My God and I

      My God and I (2/19/2010)

Words: Austria A. Wihtol
Music:  Austria A. Wihtol

My God and I go in the fields together,
We walk and talk as good friends should and do;
We clasp our hands, our voices ring with laughter,
My God and I walk through the meadows hue;
We clasp our hands, our voices ring with laughter;
My God and I walk through the meadows hue.

He tells me of the years that went before me,
When heavenly plans were made for me to be,
When all was but a dream of dim conception
To come to life, earth’s radiant glory see;
When all was but a dream of dim conception
To come to life, earth’s radiant glory see.

My God and I will go for aye together,
We’ll walk and talk as good friends should and do;
This earth will pass, and with it common trifles,
But God and I will go unendingly;
This earth will pass, and with it common trifles,
But God and I will go unendingly.

4 Responses to My God and I

  1. Isatu S. Kamara says:

    Thank you for providing the lyrics and music for these beautiful songs. They are so heartwarming. I learnt most of these songs when I was at school in believe it or not, more than half a century ago and i still love to sing them. My god and I will go undeingly!!

  2. Hennie Sharp says:

    Since my husband passed away after a 54 year marriage, I sing ‘My God and I’ over and over again which gives me great comfort. I am looking for the sheet music, so it can be played on my organ. My husband passed away Dec. 4, 2013 sure miss him, it becomes quite lonely especially in the evening, however I keep trusting in the Lord and He continues to lead my path.

    • Al Kruger says:

      Trusting our Savior is blessing you more each day as you get one day closer to enjoying our Blessed Hope…with your husband.

  3. David Gilbert says:

    My Father was a country preacher with a good base voice. He used to sing “My God & I” as a solo. I always loved this song and class it right up with “The Love of God”. Dad would tell the story behind the song before singing the song itself. The last time I heard this sung was back in the mid to late 60s. I have Dad’s tattered copy of the music sheet but the story has been lost so I am currently looking for someone who will sell a copy.

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