To blog or not to blog? That is the question.
Needless to say, I have spent some time pondering the future of this blog this week. I finally sat down and started writing out a plan of things I would like to post. As I did that, I found myself feeling excitement about posts that I want to do. The ideas started flowing and I got my answer...do not stop blogging. Even if no one reads my posts or cares if I blog or not, I need to do it. Maybe it will just be for me. Blogging is therapeutic. Maybe it will be for someone in my posterity who will want to read his/her grandmother's posts. Maybe it will be for someone who stumbles upon my blog someday. Whatever the reason, I'm excited to get going again.
Without further adieu...
Now that you have made it through my ramblings, let's get on with this week's Songs for the Sabbath post, shall we? In preparing for new posts, I went through my past Songs for the Sabbath posts so I could remember which songs I have highlighted. I realized that I have not shared the theme song for the youth in our church this year.
Peace in Christ
This year in our young women and young men programs in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we are focusing on how to find Peace in Christ. The scripture that this theme comes from is found in D&C 19:23
"Learn of me, and listen to my words; walk in the meekness of my Spirit, and you shall have peace in me."
This has been such a great theme and I have loved pondering and leading discussions on how we can find Peace in Christ in this world of turmoil, pain, and hardship.
I hope that as you listen to this song, you will be able to feel peace and know that our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ is the one true source of eternal peace and happiness.
Here is another version that the adorable Claire Ryann Crosby and her dad shared at Easter time this year.
I am loving my second chance at life.
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