Tag Archive | Religion and Spirituality

Jesus Blessed Me

I wrote this hymn a few years ago – even wrote some music to it, but not being a musician never could get it right.  It anyone would like to write some music to it, feel free.  I only ask that my name always be attached to it, as it is a personal account of the three times Jesus actually came to my aid and 1) soothed my soul; 2)actually saved me from great bodily harm, if not death; and 3)healed me, body and soul, in church.

Jesus Blessed Me

I was hurting, pain was great, my soul longed for comfort,

All anguish, grief and despair, haunted my rapport,

Then Jesus passed to me peace beyond measure,

Peace beyond understanding, He gave his love to me.

Threatened darkly, beaten down, menacing terror strong,

I called out with all my might, reaching to my Lord,

Then Jesus came to me, Jesus came to me,

Jesus came and saved me, He saved me from all sin.

Body racked with so much pain, barely able to stand,

My soul cried out to Jesus for his touch to me.

Then Jesus came to me, yes Jesus healed me,

Jesus came and healed me, He healed me of all pain.

With God’s help Jesus came and healed my wounds and heart

With his everlasting love he changed my whole life.

He saved me, He healed me and gave me His peace.

Yes, He saved me, healed me and blessed me with His love.

                                                                     Lessandra Grimley 2017

Divine Protection

Psalm 91:11-12

For He shall give His angels charge over you,
To keep you in all your ways.
In their hands they shall bear you up,

Lest you dash your foot against a stone.

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New King James Version (NKJV)
 
 

Sharing with Orange You Glad It’s Friday and Missional Women.

Whirling Dervish

Today I’m sharing with Orange You Glad It’s Friday

Here is a figurine I inherited from my mother – it’s a whirling dervish. Rather than explain why dervishes whirl, http://www.whirlingdervishes.org/ has good information.  And here is a video of The Sufi Whirling Dervishes of Istanbul.

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English: Followers of the Sufi Mysticism. Two ...

English: Followers of the Sufi Mysticism. Two different groups give concerts at the Sirkeci Railway Station in Istanbul on different days of the week. One hour session starts with a Sufi concert and is followed by the ceremony called Sema. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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