Overview 01. I Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey 02. I Believe He's Coming Back 03. The Little Wooden Church On The Hill 04. When God's Chariot Comes 05. What A Lovely Name 06. When They Ring The Bells Of Heaven 07. There Is A Fountain 08. The Unclouded Day 09. This Is Just What Heaven Means To Me 10. I Hold A Clear Title To A Mansion 11. There's Something About A Mountain 12. He Said Peace 13. I Don't Regret A Mile 14. I'd Do It All Over Again 15. God Walks The Dark Hills 16. We'll Soon Be Done With Troubles And Trials 17. The Holly Hills Of Heaven Call Me 18. Born To Serve The Lord 19. Rock Of Ages 20. O Come Angel Band
Record Label Spring House Music Group
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.02" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jul 13, 2004
Publisher CHORDANT ACNT# 3707
ISBN 0012290726 EAN 0617884257002 UPC 617884257002
O how good to hear one so loving of our Lord . . . Nov 12, 2006
There is no question when one listens to Vestal sing of her absolute love, trust and faith in God. Her voice just rings out right from her heart. Her husband and the rest of the Gaithers are the same.
Vestal was indeed one who followed close after Christ. You can just see her now - singing all those wonderful songs at the feet of Jesus.
It is a privilege listening to this CD.
From the Heart Aug 17, 2004
I never liked country music, least of all country Gospel, and especially Southern Gospel quartets. I would immediately turn the dial. Then, one day I saw Vestal Goodman on a Gaither Homecoming video. Vestal was the exact image of my favourite aunt, except for the "big hair." From that point, I was hooked on Homecoming videos, cassettes, and CD's. As were myriads of others, I was shocked to learn of Vestal's unexpected and untimely death in late 2003, and eagerly anticipated the announced tribute to she and Howard. I got the video first, and wept through the entire video, as I do every time I play it. Then, I purchased the CD, with the same effect.It is what we call "Anointed." I recommend this one highly. It is a well-deserved tribute to the Goodmans, who will always be loved and treasured. May their memories be eternal.