A Blog About the Duggar Family
By Lily and Ellie
Wow! What talent!
Sweet! And I see them play this song a lot and am always curious what the name of this song is? Any ideas?
The song is called "Sunshine In My Soul."Here are the words:There is sunshine in my soul today,More glorious and brightThan glows in any earthly sky,For Jesus is my light.O there's sunshine, blessed sunshine,When the peaceful, happy moments roll;When Jesus shows His smiling face,There is sunshine in my soul.
Cool cos not many people play violin
@Amber,The name of the song is "I've Been Redeemed".
thank you for sharing once again! They are so talented!
Alison is right. The song they played on violin is Sunshine In My Soul.The song they sang on a previous blog post is I've Been Redeemed.
Don't forget....If someone could record it and then publish it to youtube... it would be much appreciated by many... On Mar 13, 9:00 pm19 Kids and CountingSwerve & Serve The Duggars are on the road again and in more ways than one! Watch as they head to Little Rock where they meet up with old friends and volunteer at a fish fry. And Michelle helps celebrate Joy Anna's 14th birthday with her first driving lesson.
This sounds like it has a beat ... I was told that Bill Gothard forbids listening to or enjoying (let alone performing!!) music that has a beat. Does anyone know why they are allowed to perform this? It seems like it should be punishable.
I love your show I watch it all the time and I think your family is wonderful. I am 48 years old and would love to learn how to play violin. I was wondering if you think it is possible for a older person to learn this instrument. I also live in a rural area and the closest teacher is 2hrs away so I was wondering if there was a good internet source to learn?Take CareCindi
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