Friday, August 12, 2011

Stacie Ruth Sings "God Bless America" on Sirius...

This is a sweet friend of mine on Facebook singing "God Bless America."

For more inspirational music visit Amy at Signs, Miracles and Wonders.

Also visit Spiritual Sundays for inspirational posts.


Michele Katherine said...

Hello Dear Friend,
I hope you have had a great week.

Wow!! She can sing! She has an opera style voice, and I like that. I so wish that I could sing, but maybe all of us will have beautiful voices in Heaven :o)

God bless you Cathy,
Big hugs,

Michelle said...

Wow! Your friend has a beautiful voice.
Thanks for sharing!

Peggy (mazmagi) said...

Oh Cathy... What a beautiful soprano voice Stacie Ruth has! I noticed that she also sang "You Raise Me up" and has a ministry You Tube channel (but only 2 videos). I love the opening intro to the song; she was so expressive. She sang it like a prayer! It was such a beautiful prayer for God to bless America! and I say AMEN! Let it be! EnJOY a wonderful weekend! May God bless America!

Love and prayers,

Karen said...

Oh Cathy, I wish I could sing like that! That was incredibly beautiful! God bless America.

Nana Jul said...

WOW....What a voice- God please bless this land again!
Happy Saturday

Vintagesouthernlife said...

She has a beautiful voice!
Yes, God bless America!

Cheryl said...

Stacie Ruth. I never heard of her before. She certainly has a trained voice like my friend's daughter who attended Bob Jones University. There are certain schools that still give voice lessons and train them in that style. She is very very good!

Whidbey Woman said...

What a special friend! One who shares your love of music and sings so beautifully!

Charlotte said...

Very beautiful. This is a special song and she sings it exceptionally well.
Thank you for sharing your friend's talents.

Stacie Ruth said...

How kind of you, Cathy! Thank you for posting my video. I feel so blessed by the generously kind comments left by you and your friends.

Stacie Ruth

Misty said...

Beautiful song and what a wonderful voice she has, thank you for sharing.


Deborah said...

What a voice...and so effortless!

I haven't been blogging or visiting much this summer, but thought I'd stop by and say hello!