Saturday, October 10, 2009

Then Sings My Soul Saturday


I'm a little nostalgic this week. I'm planning to attend my 20th high school reunion tomorrow night. I can't believe 20 years passed so quickly. To try to get into the mood, I was listening to old songs from the 80's this week. I love all kinds of music so I pulled out some oldies but goodies, both Christian and secular. I debated on what to post this week and decided on Christian. I think this song might have actually come out in 1988, not sure exactly, but I know I listened to it in high school. I hope you enjoy!
Have a blessed week!
Amy




16 comments:

Cathy said...

That is a great song, Amy. I hope you have a wonderful time. Do you believe I celebrated my 50th high school reunion in 2008. We are planning to meet again next year.

Debbie said...

This is one of my favorite songs. I can't wait to get to heaven. BTW, have fun at your reunion.

Mary said...

That was absolutely beautiful, Amy...it brought tears of joy to my eyes.

God bless,
Mary

JesuLalaine said...

Oh..i didn't know that this song was already more than 20 years ago.. I just heard it recently and I like it. We sang this song for our friend's birthday who has touched our lives so much and who has been faithfully serving God in missions.

Have a blessed weekend!

LivingforGod said...

I love this song. We all need to give our time, talents, and treasures to the Lord...to further His kingdom for His glory. I'm glad you chose to share this wonderful oldie today :).

Hope you have a blessed time at your class reunion!

TCKK said...

This is such a beautiful song. In fact, someone sang it at our church last Sunday.

Karen said...

Oh, wow...does that bring back memories...have a great time at your reunion!

Rita T. said...

Happy graduation anniversary!

shopannies said...

hope you have fun at your reunion and seeing all of your old friends This song brought back lots of memories to me as well

Karen Bastille said...

Congratulations on your reunion!
Twenty years does sneak up on you, doesn't it?
But you've reminded me -
in three years, my class will celebrate its 40th...
Oh my.

Enjoy your evening, Amy, and thank you for hosting this Saturday meme.

Grandmother Wren

Mary said...

Hi Amy I watched this video last night with my granddaughter, and thought I left a comment then, but I guess I didn't! This video is wonderful...we both had tears in our eyes. Have a wonderful time at your reunion...they are so fun!

God bless!
Mary

Mocha with Linda said...

This is a great song, although I grieve for the turn the singer's life has taken. But the truth of the song still stands and is a great message!

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Hi, Welcome to The Faith Lounge said...

Thank you so much for posting this wonderful song. The genre of this song is one that I would not usually listen to, as I tend to listen to Christian Gospel. However, I can say I was truly blessed by the words and will most certainly be dropping by to your site more often to listen to more.
Keep sweet in the Lord Amy, God Bless, Carole
October 12, 2009 3:59 AM

janicole said...

This is a great song! Very beautiful! And I am pretty sure it was from the 80's.
Christian music

sweet_shelo said...

This is a wonderful meme. I would be joining for the first time this coming Saturday..

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