We are very busy in our every day lives that sometimes we forget to take the time to stop and think about God. We usually think that God is only there for us when we need help or when we are in trouble. But, we have to realize that God has always been there for us whenever we are facing troubles in our life or when we are celebrating life. God is always kind to us and the only thing, and perhaps the best thing, is to thank God. We should take a little time out of our daily schedule to pray to God and thank Him for all the blessings we receive in our life. God asks us nothing else but to praise and believe in Him.
Did You Think to Pray Album
Charley Pride released his first gospel album Did You Think to Pray in 1971. The album peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Country chart. Moreover, the album also entered the Billboard 200 at No. 76. Charley’s first gospel album was Gold-certified by RIAA in 1975. The lead single on his album “Did You Think to Pray?” was co-written by Charley Pride. Furthermore, he covered some gospel songs such as “I’ll Fly Away,” “Angel Band,” and “Whispering Hopes.”
Sunday Morning with Charley Pride
Pride followed his first gospel with another gospel album Sunday Morning with Charley Pride. His second gospel album peaked at No. 14 on the Country chart.
“Time Out for Jesus” Single
“Time Out for Jesus” is one of the singles in Charley Pride’s album Did You Think to Pray. In addition, Ann J. Morton wrote the song. Charley’s song serves as a reminder for us to take the time to thank God for all His kindness and all the blessings He gave us. We should remember that without Jesus who sacrificed his life, we will not be cleansed from all of our wickedness. Therefore, folks, let us take a little time to kneel down and pray to God.
Charley Pride, gospel, Time Out for Jesus
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