Monday, March 28, 2011
I love this version of this song. I do stand all amazed for what the Lord Jesus Christ did for me. That I can once again return to him and live with him for all eternity. What a wonderful gift he has giving me and to us all. For Lets always remember him.
Saturday, March 19, 2011
Thursday, March 17, 2011
This is a wonderful video of the Atonement. We can all be free from are sins and are addictions if we ask the Lord Jesus Christ for help. For I can tell you that he Has done this so that we don't have to walk alone. For he made it possible for all of us.
Friday, March 11, 2011
And by the power of the Holy Ghost ye may know the truth of all things."
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Before the cathedral in grandeur rose
At Ingelburg where the Danube goes;
Before its forest of silver spire
Went airily up to the clouds and fires;
Before the oak had ready a beam,
While yet the arch was stone and dream --
There where the altar was later laid,
Conrad the cobbler, plied his trade.
It happened one day at the year's white end --
Two neighbors called in on their old-time friend;
And they found the shop, so meager and mean,
Made gay with a hundred boughs of green.
Conrad was stitching with face ashine,
But suddenly stopped as he twitched a twine:
"Old friends, good news! At dawn today,
As the cocks were scaring the night away,
The Lord appeared in a dream to me,
And said, `I am coming your Guest to be!'
So I've been busy with feet astir,
Strewing the floor with branches of fir.
The wall is washed and the shelf is shined,
And over the rafter the holly twined.
He comes today, and the table is spread
With milk and honey and wheaten bread."
His friends went home; and his face grew still
As he watched for the shadow across the sill.
He lived all the moments o'er and o'er,
When the Lord should enter the lowly door --
The knock, the call, the latch pulled up,
The lighted face, the offered cup.
He would wash the feet where the spikes had been,
He would kiss the hands where the nails went in,
And then at the last would sit with Him
And break the bread as the day grew dim.
While the cobbler mused there passed his pane
A beggar drenched by the driving rain.
He called him in from the stony street
And gave him shoes for his bruised feet.
The beggar went and there came a crone,
Her face with wrinkles of sorrow sown.
A bundle of faggots bowed her back,
And she was spent with the wrench and rack.
He gave her his loaf and steadied her load
As she took her way on the weary road.
Then to his door came a little child,
Lost and afraid in the world so wild,
In the big, dark world. Catching it up,
He gave it the milk in the waiting cup,
And led it home to its mother's arms,
Out of the reach of the world's alarms.
The day went down in the crimson west
And with it the hope of the blessed Guest,
And Conrad sighed as the world turned gray:
"Why is it, Lord, that your feet delay?
Did you forget that this was the day?"
Monday, March 7, 2011
Saturday, March 5, 2011
Friday, March 4, 2011
This is one of my favorite songs. It tells that Jesus Christ is the best HERO we can EVER HAVE. And i know that is a true statement. Because he came to save us all. And He will always be my hero, because he loved me so much to die for me and to take my sins in his hands. For he is "Never a Better Hero" I love him and i will always serve him no matter what he asks me to do. For we should always serve him.
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Now as we look at the race of are life. Now the race begins when we are born and everyday we need to keep striving to do the best we can. Now as I said about the race in the mile. There are points that come to are life that we need to watch for. Which are the times that we think that we can't make it or can't go on. But we can with the crowd cheering for us and helping us move to the end. Now the crowd can be are Family, Friends, and of course Jesus Christ. For they can all help us to get back. For they want us to do are best and to return to live with are Father in Heaven.