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Sunday, June 22, 2008

"Shout to the Lord" ~ Darlene Zschech ~ Worship in Song!!

At the beginning, is a little introduction, which I know nothing about. Now, it is time to praise the Lord!!


Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this - a great Sunday feeling for us flowers as we dance with the angels wherever posible!

A BIG thanks from all of us at GO! Smell the flowers for all your involvement and from the heart writing. We appreciate the difference you make to our garden with its flowers and thorns - it really touches us!

So glad we're connected and thank YOU.

Jim & Em and all the GO! Smell the flowers gang.

Clueless said...

Thank You for making such a great site. I really enjoy the people and the variety of topics. You make a difference in my life as I really enjoy visiting which helps with my depression. I also feel like sometimes I educate people a little about mental health.

You are very welcome. I am glad that your site is here.

Anonymous said...

& we're gald you make it what it is! A true flower smeller!

Tamara (TC) Staples said...


Sundays are really difficult days for me and religion is also a bit of a trigger. But, thank you for the video - it was beautiful! Actually didn't trigger at all just brought tears to my eyes and a feeling of peace. I needed that today.

I hope you are doing better today. I love your wordle and will have to try one myself later.

Take care and be safe,

For My Love said...

"Shout to the Lord" is one of my favorite worship songs. Thanks for posting it. I really needed to hear it and wouldn't have if you had not stopped by my blog for the first time today. Thanks for coming by and reading and commenting and for not wearing my dirty clothes :-) I'll be back to read more soon.

Clueless said...

Precious Rock, thank you and I'm glad that you were touched today...about the dirty clothes, I have my own to wear!!! Talk to you soon and see you around.


Tamara, I am sorry that Sundays are difficult for you, but glad that you were comforted today. Funny thing is that it triggers me too, but I felt that it was important to do something in honor of God on Sunday. I have to make sure when I am selecting something that I'm in a good space. Like today, I couldn't listen to it.

Unknown said...

Wow, thanks so much for sharing this, it was so beautiful, and calming. Mary

Unknown said...

Thanks that was great, felt good..Mary

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