Saturday, September 27, 2008

"Meet Me There"



This is a pretty hymn written by Fanny Crosby. Many I know have lost loved ones lately. This is a beautiful and comforting video.



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12 comments:

Cheryl said...

Cathy,

I'm sorry for you losses! Not easy at all!

I'll keep you in my prayers!

Nancie said...

What a blessed hope that we shall meet our loved ones in eternity!

Earthmommy said...

This was such a beautiful hymn!

hip chick said...

that is so beautiful. I'm such a sucker for the old songs. I even liked the video.

Smilingsal said...

I've never heard that hymn, but I'll meet you there!

Sita said...

This goes along with the theme in our church series on Heaven. Beautiful singing, comforting lyrics and pictures. Thank you for sharing.

Peggy said...

Blessings Cathy...What a great hymn writer that Fanny Crosby! This video that you chose with "He'll Be There" is so beautiful and very comforting offering us such eternal hope! There is no one like Our God!
Thank you for sharing the burden of many who have loved ones that have moved on to that glorious place! I'm sure these words can lift their
loss only if they know Jesus! May you find comfort as you comfort &
be blessed as you have blessed & cared for those grieving! Tomorrow would be my dad's 99th birthday but
I'm sure he's much happier there! You can't help but remember them on their special days and wish you could celebrate with them! Thanks!

Adrienne said...

I love this old hymn. It's such a comfort! Thanks for sharing it with us. A great reminder that we can meet again - there! ~Adrienne~

Mimi said...

you always find such beautiful videos Cathy...
blessings my friend...
I love Fanny Crosby hymns

Lisa Ann said...

I'll meet you there! PTL! Beautiful old hymn.

Rebecca said...

"When the storms of life are over on the happy golden shore" This was a beautiful song. We lost our baby before we could meet him in person (although we did see him waving in an ultrasound). Our heavenly hope is that much sweeter knowing that's when we will "meet him there."

Grandma Faith said...

I enjoyed the hymn and the beautiful pictures. Amen!