I have this song on my Sony Walkman, and is lined-out by Brother Mike Slone(old regular on here...not OldRegular.....just old regular).....it's wonderful!! Here's the lyrics to the song I am talking about!! Afflictions Though They Seem severe by John Newton Afflictions, though they seem severe; In mercy oft are sent; They stopped the prodigal`s career, And forced him to repent. Although he no relentings felt Till he had spent his store; His stubborn heart began to melt When famine pinched him sore. "What have I gained by sin, he said, But hunger, shame, and fear; My father`s house abounds with bread, While I am starving here. I`ll go, and tell him all I`ve done, And fall before his face Unworthy to be called his son, I`ll seek a servant`s place." His father saw him coming back, He saw, and ran, and smiled; And threw his arms around the neck Of his rebellious child. "Father, I`ve sinned-but O forgive!" I`ve heard enough, he said, Rejoice my house, my son`s alive, For whom I mourned as dead. Now let the fatted calf be slain, And spread the news around; My son was dead, but lives again, Was lost, but now is found. `Tis thus the Lord His love reveals, To call poor sinners home; More than a father`s love He feels, And welcomes all that come. Man, I listened to this tonight, and I had goosebumps!!