Private Collection - Songs for Family, Friends, and Fun

by Judy Rogers

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Some of these songs are homemade recordings sitting in the living room from over many years. Digitized from cassettes. Others are studio recorded.

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released January 11, 1987

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Judy Rogers Stockbridge, Georgia

Judy Belcher Rogers, born in the Appalachian mountains of Southwest Va. (Haysi), writes, records, and has performed concerts for churches, camps, schools, and conferences across the United States, Canada, and England.

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Track Name: God's Space
God's Space (aka Facebook)

I saw your face, starin’ at me on my space,
And it was not a face I’d seen before;
I saw proud eyes, and words that so hypocritized
Any claim you’d ever made before…

Don’t you know that my space & your space
Is really just God’s space?
And there is no place where you can run and hide,
And try to be two faced, He knows your true face,
and His space has no place for callous compromise!

I remember you….and how you always raise your voice in praise— to Jesus in every song, every prayer, mission trips, and every where we go,
But you can’t have it both ways…oh no, no, no!

He knows every secret of your heart…every motive, every single thought;
There can be no “master of disguise,”
Nothing can be hidden from His eyes!

Don’t you know that my space & your space
Is really just God’s space?
And there is no place where you can run and hide,
And try to be two faced, He knows your true face,
and His space has no place for callous compromise!

My space, your space, what a providential place
To show the power, to show the glory of God’s grace!

©2008 Judy Rogers
Track Name: Let Us Cross Over - for Stonewall Jackson
Let us cross over that shining river,
And rest 'neath the shade of the trees;
Fly away on a sabbath, O day of rest and gladness!
To all eternity, to all eternity!

Jesus, my Captain, my Savior calls me
To lay my weapons down
And exchange this tattered uniform
For a glorious robe and crown, a glorious robe and crown!

There is a promise, a sure foundation
On which, unshaken, I've stood --
That to those who love & serve the Lord,
He works all things all things for good,
He works all things for good.

Let us cross over that shining river,
My race on earth is run;
I have fought the good fight, finished my course,
The victory is won, the victory is won!!