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by joe mikel » Fri May 17, 2024 10:01 pm

I first heard the song "Empty Hands" in 1970 in Timmins Ontario by a Toronto Gospel Quartet named (at the time) "The Churchmen." I still have the album. The name of the original singer is Eileen Hanks (Sesac) whose name is recorded on a website called Southern Gospel History. Nothing else about her on that site except one other song she sang. The words of the song are not shown, nor have I found them anywhere on the internet. The Churchmen later changed their name to "The King James Version," and they only have one of their songs on Youtube.


by Guest » Mon Mar 07, 2016 1:56 am

When I was young, I trusted in my Savior
With all my heart, I loved His holy name
But as I grew I drifted from His favor
I wandered out in sorrow sin and shame

That's all I can remember now. I will let you know if I find the
Rest. Janis