Monthly Archives: May 2014

A Train Station Hymn

This train station seems like it was made to reverberate gorgeous a cappella hymns. And these six talented singers take full advantage. Unless you’re made of ice, this hauntingly beautiful hymn will have you in tears. – Kim Komando

Try listening with your eyes closed

Here is the translation:

Hear, smith of the heavens,
what the poet asks.
May softly come unto me
thy mercy.
So I call on thee,
for thou hast created me.
I am thy slave,
thou art my Lord.

God, I call on thee
to heal me.
Remember me, mild one, (or mild king. This is a pun on the word mildingur).
Most we need thee.
Drive out, O king of suns,
generous and great,
human every sorrow
from the city of the heart.

Watch over me, mild one,
Most we need thee,
truly every moment
in the world of men.
send us, son of the virgin,
good causes,
all aid is from thee,
in my heart

Post title from Kim Komando – 

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Stunningly Beautiful Hymn In A Train Station Will Give You Chills

 

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Celtic Woman Perform Amazing Grace

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Men In Black – Lost In The Stars

 

 

Vaasa Church in Vaasa, Finland Suomi: Vaasan k...

Vaasa Church in Vaasa, Finland Suomi: Vaasan kirkko Svenska: Vasakyrka (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Vaasa Church, Vaasa, Finland – May 22, 2011

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Honor A Soldier On Memorial Day

 

Fallen soldier Nathan Fair

SSG Nathan Fair penned this amazing, original song, which is based on a true story. We thank all of our troops, past and present, for their selfless service to protect our freedom.

 

 

True Love

 

A young couple are dating steadily when he is involved in a car accident, the result being considerable brain damage. Now does she stay or walk away and if she stays how much further does the relationship go? And where is God in all this?

Well you will just have to watch and find out

 

 

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9 Year Old Amira Willighagen Sings Ave Maria

 

 

God Is Not Dead

 

 

 

The family that prays together, stays together

Since There Was A Big Bang, There Must Be A “Big Banger”

 

 

English: Dr. Peter Kreeft, professor of philos...

English: Dr. Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, Catholic apologist. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Belief in God, according to atheists, is irrational, illogical, and dumb. Belief that the universe created itself is, they say, intelligent, rational, and based in science. This is simply false. Nothing can create itself. Everything has a cause–including the universe. That cause, argues Peter Kreeft, professor of philosophy at Boston College, is God, the “unmoved mover.” Belief in God, as Kreeft shows, is more rational than belief in nothing. Logic, science, and reason, support God. Atheism, as you’ll see, is far more steeped in blind faith than is belief.

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