Angelic Music Touches My Soul

The music during General Conference is always uplifting. It has a way of touching my soul on a deep level. Today’s music was heavenly and angelic. During the second session, the choir was from the Missionary Training Center (MTC). I have fond memories of being a missionary and singing in the choir with my good friend and companion. In a little over a month, my oldest daughter will be in the MTC and will be in the choir with her beautiful voice. Today this song in particular brought me to tears. I think this next 18 months will be hard for me. But like many things that are hard, this will be worth it. I’m excited for her.

If you want to be uplifted, watch this video and look at the faces of these amazing young missionaries who willingly give up a couple years of their life to serve God. The song is about Joseph Smith’s prayer as a young boy. I know that not many people speak about God and Jesus on social media or really any media without being labeled a fanatic or nut. But I invite you to listen to the music and the words. We are not here on earth as a random event by some scientific chance of fate. There is much much more. God speaks to man through His prophets.

(This was a Facebook post I wrote October 1, 2016)

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Published by rockymountainsunshine.com

Jason Bringhurst lives in Port Angeles, Washington, USA. I am the father of 6 children, husband of the lovely and talented Jen Bringhurst, a small business owner, a listener of 80's new-wave music, an enthusiast of hot-rod & classic cars, a lover of pizza & Diet Coke, and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This blog in no way is meant to officially represent The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, nor is it meant to be officially related to my current ward or calling in Port Angeles, nor my former wards or callings in Highland and Springville, Utah. Rockymountainsunshine.com is simply a way for me to spread sunshine and share my faith.

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