Thee will I sing, for sing I must,
Amy Carmichael was a missionary to India in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Her main ministry was rescuing children from immoral duties in the Hindu temples, and then raising them in the Christian faith at Dohnavur Fellowship. The children often sang songs of praise to God throughout the day; this was a key part of their upbringing! Amy did not have an easy life. After a painful injury, she spent her latter decades as an invalid. These experiences enabled her to write straight from the heart of God to comfort those who faced trials and difficulties, and to challenge them to rise up to the call of God on their lives no matter what.
- Still Life Magnolias
- Little Gem's First Bloom and the Day of Small Things
- “A Parent’s Prayer” by Amy Carmichael
- Melody, My Bud of Joy (with a poem by Amy Carmichael)
- The Password of Praise
- Mommy, Can I Help You?
- Simple Shoes
- Melody and Bab