“Thank You” – performed by Ray Boltz

“Thank You” – performed by Ray Boltz

“Thank You” – performed by Ray Boltz

I dreamed I went to heaven
You were there with me
We walked along the streets of gold
Beside the crystal sea
We heard the angels singing
Then someone called your name
You turned and saw a young man
He was smiling as he came

He said friend, you may not know me now
But then he said but wait
You used to teach my Sunday school
When I was only eight
Every week you would say a prayer
Before the class would start
One morning when you said that prayer
I asked Jesus in my heart

Thank you for giving to the Lord
I am a life that was changed
Thank you for giving to the Lord
I am so glad you gave

Then another man stood before you
And said remember the time
A missionary came to your church
His pictures made you cry
You didn’t have much money
But you gave it anyway
Jesus took the gift you gave
And that’s why I’m here today

Thank you for giving to the Lord
I am a life that was changed
Thank you for giving to the Lord
I am so glad you gave

One by one they came,
As far as the eye could see
Each one somehow touched
By your generosity
Little things that you had done, sacrifices made
Unnoticed on the earth, heaven now proclaims
And I know up in heaven
That you’re not supposed to cry
But I was almost sure
There were tears in your eyes
As Jesus took your hand
And you stood before the Lord
And He said my child look around you
For great is your reward

Thank you for giving to the Lord
I am a life that was changed
Thank you for giving to the Lord
I am so glad you gave
I am so glad you gave
I am so glad you gave

The song “Thank You” was popularized by Ray Boltz and it has a very deep and spiritual meaning to its lyrics. If you have a relative, a friend, or an immediate family member who recently passed away and you want to commemorate all of his good deeds before the basic cremation process, then this is definitely the best song that you can find.

The piece basically recognizes and remembers all of the good deeds that the deceased had made. In a way, the family and friends see him as a good person who had done great things when he was still alive. All of the bad and the negative aspects of his lives are forgotten and the good aspects are being celebrated.

The song also teaches people that even if no one recognizes all of your efforts in doing good deeds today, when you will be in heaven, those efforts will pay off. This is such a touching piece that helps people especially the family of the deceased that the soul of their loved one is with the Lord in heaven and that he is in a better place now.

As the family looks back to the life of the deceased, words of thanks are being spoken to tell him how grateful everybody is for the small acts of help that he had given. If you want funeral songs that are as touching as this one, you may go to www.songmeanings.net.