This one is different than the one I saw last week. It is magnificent. Thank you, Kymber. We all need this reminder.
Thank you Glenda,Music really makes my heart sing and there are certain songs out there that add so much to my worship. "Breath of Heaven" has special meaning to me - not only because of the beautiful words, but because I was honored to be able to sing it as a solo to the Lord at church. I am usually very shy, I will always remember how wonderful it felt to be able to pour myself out in that way. A dear friend, who is no longer with us, gave me a Christmas ornament that year of a musical note with the words "Breath of Heaven" on it. It is a wonderful remembrance of her - and of my special day.I will probably continue to use Sunday as a day to share some of the beautiful music that I love. I hope it touches your heart in a special way as well.Blessings,Kymber
Sundays are special days in the South, at least to my generation. I am not so sure the younger generations place the same emphasis on Sunday as the older generations do. Mo matter. I do, and that is all that counts with me. My Father was so old school he wouldn't even date a check for Sunday, when paying his bills. He believed you didn't transact business on Sunday. As I grew older and discovered different calendars were in use around the world the date became less important to me, as compared to the spirit of what my Father felt. Kinda like "when in Rome". If your area of the world sets aside Sunday as the day of rest, then the principle dictates that you not do business on that day (hence the old Blue laws). I think besides being a day of rest, Sunday should be a day of reflection on how we are living our life. I will look forward to your Sunday posts with expectations that you will give me even more to think about.
Thanks Glenda,I look forward to sharing my favorite songs with you!Take Care,Kymber
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