Saturday, July 16, 2011

Celtic Woman - Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring (live)

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Anonymous said...

Just beautiful, Cathy. Enjoy your day.

Michele Katherine said...

Hello Cathy,

One of my favorites, and I told my husband that I would like to see them the Celtic Woman in concert.

This is on my "Bucket List" Yah know the wish list before I die.

OK, I'm getting off topic now, but I want to share about how the Lord knows how much I love animals especially wild animals and so to my surprise, while in the parking lot of the grocery store, about 10 years ago, a man had 2 baby Bangle Tigers in a shopping cart. The store asked him to bring them in because he would come weekly to buy meat for them. I got the opportunity to pet them, I was so thankful because things don't just happen like that by coincidence. Amen!

Great post!
God bless you friend,

So just maybe I will get to see celtic woman in concert.

Michelle said...


Tänia said...

So pretty! Love the violin!

Sara G said...

So beautiful!
Have a blessed weekend Cathy!

Pain to Purpose said...

I could listen to that all day long!!!

Peggy (mazmagi) said...

Ohhh Cathy... I love this beautiful song sung by Celtic Woman.

I loved it so much I added it at my place to SOS! You mentioned last weekend that you thought of it, but than let it go.

I just love the sound of the violin! This one is so special and filled with precious JOY in its beauty! The pitch is so exact! Beautiful! Elegant! Thank you so much!

Have a wonderful weekend and Sunday!

Charlotte said...

I love this music. It is soooo beautiful.

Pamela said...

Such beautiful music. I love hearing the violin -- my daughter plays one, too.


Cherdecor said...

Celtic women are not my favorite singers. Maybe if they put some clothes on I would like them. They are pretty indicative of today's kind of worship though.

From the Heart said...

Beautiful music. The Celtic music sounds Heavenly. Makes me wonder if that's how the angels sound.

Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for Grandparents and Caregivers said...

What lovely praise and worship music. Thank you :)