Sunday, September 7, 2008

Sunday Thoughts

I found something through the course of the week that I thought would be the perfect thing to share with you today. I found it over at Lucy's blog, who is apparently almost my neighbor! I was having a fine day until I saw this...it brought such peace into my heart that day...it honestly made my day.

For anyone who might be new to my blog...I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (a Mormon). We believe that Sunday is an important day of worship and reflection - we believe that the Sabbath day is a holy day. And it is in the spirit of worship and reflection that I share this. The person speaking is a member of the leadership of my church, but I really feel that the message is universal. Hope you enjoy it!

6 comments:

Amber said...

Leslie,

That was WONDERFUL! My husband and I are home sick from church today and watched that together. Thank you for a beautiful uplift to what was a grumpy morning!

Debbie said...

I belong to a different church but I agree wit you - that is universal. Thanks for sharing.

Lucy said...

Isn't this great? Glad you could use it also. It's meant for everybody. I've listened to it several times since I found it sometime last week. I seem to find something else each time I hear it even though it's the same words each time.

Leslie said...

Amber - I'm so sorry you are sick! Get better - K?!

Debbie - Thanks so much! I'm so happy you enjoyed that!

Lucy - Yes...it is so great. I love the music that is behind the speech...it is so peaceful and soothing. I shared it with my husband too and it just made all the difference for both of us. Thanks for posting it in the first place!

Dan and Anne said...

This was just what i needed to hear today. In fact I was just sitting here telling my husband that i must have issues, because I have been feeling so much frustration lately. This lets you reevaluate what is really important. Thank you

Jeanette said...

Thanks so much for sharing this! I really needed to hear this, it was wonderful.