I don’t usually post song videos, as we all have such different tastes in music but this was so stunningly beautiful that I had to pass it along. It gives us pause to look back in thankful appreciation to all God has given us through either our own family or the family God has given us. I do hope both you enjoy their wonderful music and consider what legacy you will leave behind.
Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. Hebrews 10:25
We were so blessed to be celebrating our one year anniversary of prayer and praise meetings at Sunshine Christian Village. This was a meeting that never happened before the pandemic. We know God works all things together for good and He used our need for fellowship when the normal Sunday services inside the facility were cancelled to motivate us to start an outdoor fellow praise place at the fountain. Slowly we were allowed into the activity building which is separate from the facility and together as a team and with God’s help we are growing our outreach. Today the combined theme of our readings, message and songs was prayer and the 23rd Psalm. Towards the end I shared this song which the Lord gave me this year, called The Voice of the Shepherd. I not only hope you like the song but that you take time this weekend to open your heart and listen for the Shepherd’s voice. If you are His sheep He knows your name and is calling it today!
We had a wonderful time Thursday morning singing. This is my special memory care group ( though some do remember my name). We talk about grandchildren, talk about old times, laugh and sing a lot. It is amazing how close we are and how much they are just like everyone else in many ways. No one sings with more joy even in church!
If you have opportunities to serve in memory care in your community don’t miss out on the blessings both for them and for you. It is a happy day as we now pack our bags to leave for a visit with our grandchildren this Saturday. But I will also be sad to miss my memory care choir till next month. Have a blessed day all!