Hymn for Sunday – Be a Ray of Sunshine   4 comments

Be a Ray of Sunshine

Anna Belle Russell

Be a ray of sunshine everywhere you go,
Shining for the Savior with a steady glow;
Bringing smiles to sad ones, wiping tears away,
Make yourself a blessing every passing day.

Refrain

Be a ray of sunshine everywhere you go,
Shining for the Savior with a steady glow;
Be a ray of sunshine filled with Heaven’s light,
Sending forth a message beautiful and bright.

Be a ray of sunshine everywhere you go;
Comfort bring to others, stoop to raise the low;
Kind words cost but little, smiles bring pleasures, too;
They may lift a burden; let them not be few.

Refrain

Be a ray of sunshine everywhere you go;
Cheerfulness is needed, this you can bestow;
Help to chase the shadows from this world away,
Bringing joy and gladness like a shining ray.

Refrain

Be a ray of sunshine everywhere you go;
Stars will shine the brighter in your crown, I know;
Sunshine brought to others will reflect on you,
Heav’n will be the sweeter—keep the end in view.

Refrain

 

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Posted July 20, 2008 by Lana G! in Flowers, Hymns, Photo, Photography, Sunday, Worship

4 responses to “Hymn for Sunday – Be a Ray of Sunshine

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  1. Very sweet old hymn! :0) I did a sunshine hymn today too!

  2. It reminds me of a childhood song, “Jesus wants me for a sunbeam to shine for him each day”.

  3. Glorious photo…….I usually sing the children’s sunbeam song..”I’ll be a sunbeam for Jesus and shine for Him each day, In every way try to please Him at home at school and play……..
    Figure it will be my nursing home song………lol.

    My blog is quiet as I recover bit from surgery. Not too long sitting ryping yet, but still have giveaway if anyone has not seen post 301
    http://five-minutes-of-fame.blogspot.com/

  4. What a great song. I need to learn the melody and sing it every morning.

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