Tuesday, November 4, 2008

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As I read my friend, Jennifer's blog this morning, I was so touched by the scripture that she posted. It instantly reminded me of this song that is so appropriate for today's election.

"If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land." 11 Chronicles 7:14

Please take a moment (4 minutes) to listen to the words in this song. I am confident that you will walk away blessed by it.



How powerful is that??

Please also take the time to vote today!

11 comments:

Liz said...

Beautiful song.... I had not ever heard that one. It was very touching!!

Alicia said...

Hi there! That was the first time I ever heard that song! Love it, and especially love that verse!!

Lorrie said...

Thanks for sharing that verse and the beautiful song. On this election day God has really reminded me once again that He is in control no matter who is living in the White House.

He And Me + 3 said...

Love the post! Thanks for sharing!

Rebeckah said...

I love this song! I love that we can pray and I love that God is in control of this whole situation. I will be be proud to be a citizen of the United States no matter who wins the election. We live in a great nation!

Jennifer said...

Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing the song. Praying with you -

Mama Hen said...

Hi! I found your blog thru a comment you left Jennifer's post. I just read some of your old posts and I liked the one about the Bucket List. I too want to stand up sing My Redeemer Lives (one of my favorite songs ever), but I don't thing anyone would stay around long enough to here the end! I can't wait till heaven and I will be able to sing beautifully all the time!

Laurin R. Kelly said...

Beautiful...just wonderful

Heather said...

great post girl! i gave you an award tonight :)
enoy it! you deserve it!

Sandy Toes said...

Nice song!
-sandy toes

Kim said...

I haven't heard that song before. Thanks for sharing!