Fairest Lord Jesus
The United Methodist Hymnal Number 189
Text: Munster Gesangbuch; trans. by Joseph August Seiss
Music: Schlesische Volkslieder; arr. by Richard Storrs Willis
Tune: ST. ELIZABETH, Meter: 568.558
1. Fairest Lord Jesus, ruler of all nature,
O thou of God and man the Son,
Thee will I cherish, Thee will I honor,
thou, my soul’s glory, joy, and crown.
2. Fair are the meadows, fairer still the woodlands,
robed in the blooming garb of spring:
Jesus is fairer, Jesus is purer
who makes the woeful heart to sing.
3. Fair is the sunshine, fairer still the moonlight,
and all the twinkling starry host:
Jesus shines brighter, Jesus shines purer
than all the angels heaven can boast.
4. Beautiful Savior! Lord of all the nations!
Son of God and Son of Man!
Glory and honor, praise, adoration,
now and forevermore be thine.
New recipe for an old favorite.
Paprika, onion powder, organic raw agave and of course fresh spinach. I usually use almond milk but today…whole milk! 🙂. Ready for the kidney beans and andouille sausage in a couple of hours.
The regular Cacciatore but with chicken breast and topped with mozzarella cheese!! Add a simple side of steamed broccoli and tomatoes. Dinner for one…done!
Baked Steelhead trout with a little cream cheese sauce, green beans and cheese onion sauce and natural juice fruit cocktail
Apple Pie and Peach Cobbler!!
A very simple adapted recipe. Made with Ideal no calorie sweetener, added fiber and Blue Diamond almond milk. Yummmm 😋.
Butter, ideal sweetener, Jif peanut butter, powdered fiber, Blue Diamond almond milk, vanilla extract
Well because this was so indulgent I won’t have anything else to eat today unless it’s raw. Alfredo sauce the real way; made with the norms-heavy cream, whole milk, butter and oil. But fresh goodness with organic carrots, spinach and spinach noodles. I’ve added sliced garlic cloves (3) and bone broth with lemongrass while boiling the spinach noodles. Tossed them afterwards in olive oil.
The chicken breast was broiled in my convection oven. I seasoned with pink Himalayan salt, my favorite so I don’t have to use as much, McCormick black pepper and peppercorn medley grinders, dried basil (I’m out of fresh basil. Lol) and drizzled with olive oil and covered with 6 garlic cloves, 1/8 of a yellow onion-sliced, and 1/4 chopped green bell pepper.
Combine it all together with steamed sliced carrots, fresh spinach leaves and yes, fresh cherry tomatoes from my garden. Yummy yum yum!!