Hymns of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsThis are the songs we sing every Sunday. I recommend to any other Mormons to learn a lesson that a very important person has taught me.
This year of 2010, I had the great privilege of singing in the choir for the Young Womens Broadcast. It was a wonderful experience. Before the broadcast we all sang, ate lunch, listened to talks, then sang a hymn. For the hymn they passed out small pieces of paper, we all looked down and had to squint to read. After the song, we were given another remarkable lesson. That we did not fill the spirit as much when we bent down to read as we did when we sang our memorized songs, she challenged us to try to memorize hymns so during sacrament on Sundays we could sit up straight and sing surely to let the spirit in.
The very next day, Sunday, I went to my cousins farewell at his ward. It just so happened that since conference was going to be held on Easter that the ward was doing an Easter program that day. The many minutes of the Sacrament was singing hymns. I was determined to use the lesson I had learned the day before and hardly looked at the words of the text and sang loudly.
It was the best Easter program I have ever been to. Because I never felt the spirit so much at others as I had then.
I find it funny that had given this book one or two stars did not leave a review with it. Im sure some of them just felt that it deserved one star, but what if some of them gave it one or two stars just because?
All Is Well...: The Story of "the Hymn That Went around the World"
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While there have been a few rumors about the book like a smaller size and getting rid of hymns with problematic copyrights , very little actual news has come up. The timing is opportune, with less than two months to the submissions deadline left.
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Aleah Ingram July 17, World. He was taught the gospel by Heber C. While in Nauvoo, Clayton served as a clerk and scribe to the prophet Joseph Smith. The hymn was written as the camp rested in Locust Creek, Iowa. The day he wrote the hymn, April 15, , Clayton wrote the following in his journal:.
I have prayed for the Spirit of the Lord and all the faith necessary that I might say a few words that are in my heart. That I might encourage you in some way in your believing and living the principles of the gospel. This morning we heard from President Hinckley one of the most stirring outlines for our future that I ever remember hearing. I was very moved by it. In just imagining and visualizing what lies ahead of us, I know all he is saying to be true.