Wonderful Grace

I found this worship song last week and it has been on my mind ever since. I had to share it with you:



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  1. Oh Pam what a beautiful Post you did!
    Thank you my friend.This is twice today God has used my WP friends to speak through, To lift me up and remind me that I am not in charge. To turn my trials over to Him, in His time, not mine. In All His Glory and all that is Holy.

    Today started out weird- but long before my noon time my worries and concerns were washed over me and off. I came away knowing that all things are just a they should be and I have no right interfering.

    You touched me deeply with this one my friend – thank you again ~


    1. You are so welcome, and I’m glad to have helped you today. God does work in mysterious ways!! Sometimes his voice is heard in the actions and words of other people and his grace flows all over the world. God bless you xx


      1. God Bless you & your guys Pam.
        It is fascinating tom me that this kind of emotion and spirit can be shared with each other online. It stuns me and if I was not living it I am not sure I would buy in to it. But I am and I do. Thank you so much again for this beautiful hymn a ballad. It is a very emotional piece of music.


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