Luther’s note: Today’s encouragement came to me a year ago from my good friend and fellow Kansan, Todd L. as we were in the initial weeks of the covid19 pandemic and the virus mitigations of distance and face masks. We are still fighting the coronavirus, but with vaccines now being employed we see light in the distance. You may remember it from last year when I originally posted it. It is a rendition of Horatio Spafford‘s hymn, “It is Well With My Soul,” performed by a large group of Nashville, Tennessee-based singers who — with respect to covid19 physical distancing guidelines — did their respective solo parts on their cellphones. The “parts” were then engineered by sound and video technicians and the result is, well, see for yourself. . .
Click here, and be encouraged now only a few days after Resurrection Sunday of our eternal Hope. He is Risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Hallelujah!
Thanks for sharing; this is beautiful and I have tears and goosebumps. We serve a gracious, almighty risen Lord and Savior. Thank you for the daily encouraging words that remind me of God’s grace, peace and provisions.