Sunday, July 20, 2008

Sermon From the Seats

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The song they did in the middle was Homesick, and at the end was Blessed Be Your Name both done by our church worship team.

In the middle I also shared a video we had done with Isaac's photos to the song "Sometimes Miracles Hide" as a sweet surprise Howard ended the video with me reading "I will love you forever, I'll like you for always, as long as I'm living my baby you'll be" from the books I read and recorded for Isaac. It is such an amazing video...I am trying to figure out how to get it on here....

If you are interested in my testimony as it stood a year ago go to http://mclanechurch.org/ then click on "Listen to the weekly sermon." then go to page 5 of those sermons and click on "True Human Stories Kristy" Remember this was the weekend I found out I was pregnant with Asher...

3 comments:

Amanda said...

Reading your words always touches my heart but actually hearing them from your lips is quite another story.

Thinking of you and praying that the Lord will lift you up on this day.

Anonymous said...

Kristy.... beautiful job. What was the song they played at the end, it cut out before the song started.
karen

Trisha said...

I was so moved by your words..I listened to your entire testimony and was just moved. I know that so muc has occured between that day and now...I think of you and pray for you often. As an aside, I am so pleased that you were able to go to Atlanta...you are amazing, truly. Again, I am just thankful that you were able to connect with such a remarkable group of young ladies...I can only imagine how that trip has worked in all of your hearts...just to have others to walk the walk with. God bless you.
Again, you are never far from my thoughts. I have not stopped looking in on you...not one bit. I post less, but you are at the center of many prayers. Again, God bless you and thank you for sharing your testimony...I could listen to you all day. You have a gift and I know then...I know now...that you are reaching many.
Love to you all,
Trisha
San Diego