Sunday, November 6, 2016


On Life with Lynnie (LwL), I usually let people know that today, being SONday, it's our day of worship.

Like in the past, I've decided to share some music with you. 

The music I'm sharing is entitled, I Will Remember.  Here is a link for you to listen to and/or sing along:  The lyrics are below.

I Will RememberChorus
I will remember what You have done
I will remember Father, Spirit, Son
I will remember You are my God
And You have called me as Your own
I will remember Your love for me
I will remember Calvary
I will remember the Way, the Truth, the Life,
And all Your promises to me
I will remember
I will remember

Verse 1
I will remember that You are creator
I will remember that You made me
And all of Your blessings, all of Your gifts to me.
I will remember that You save Your people
They walk through the sea upon dry land
Walls turn to rubble, and giants, they crumble
You alone are God, the Great I am!

Verse 2
I will remember that You came to save me
You died on the cross for all of my sins
You rose from the grave and give life that will never end
When I am tempted, when I am weary
When I don't know which way to go
I will remember that You're always with me
And every truth You've taught my heart to know

Help me, Jesus, always to remember
Help me, Jesus, always to believe
That even should I forget, Your love is with me yet
For You promise You'll remember me!
Our Lord taught my heart, in many ways.

He taught me that He loves me.

He also taught me that I need to love others. 

With Remembrance Day coming this week, I thought it was good to love those who loved us enough to fight and do whatever they could to protect us... and give us freedom.

Thinking of this, made me also recall... Exodus 12:14, "And this day shall be unto you for a memorial; and ye shall keep it a feast to the Lord throughout your generations; ye shall keep it a feast by an ordinance for ever."

Yes, we need to keep this day and Remembrance Day, as a memorial, and keep it as a feast to the Lord throughout our generations; we need to keep it a feast by an ordinance forever!

My heart is so appreciative of our Lord.  And, those who provided us with protection and freedom.

People who fought to protect us and provide us with freedom were from various countries. 

Of course, some were in the Canadian Army during WW2. 

Some were so very important to me.   Like my dad... and my mom.  They were both in the Canadian Army and did what they could during WW2.

I praise God for what they did. 

After all, Europe wasn't taken over and changed the way it might have been.  This also meant that we were going to be safe, here in North America.

For this, I am thankful.  And, always will be.

Until next time...

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