Sunday, November 8, 2009

~THOUGHTS ON A SUNDAY MORNING~

~THOUGHTS ON A SUNDAY MORNING~


Today I only want to share with you the lyrics of a song that ushered into my life much needed peace when I was a child.

Written in the early 1970's by Flo Price, the meaning of the words are as timely today as they were when they were first penned almost 40 years ago. Thank God that in the midst of angry, fighting men and hatred worldwide, we have something wonderful to look forward to when our time on earth is done.

May God continue to send His peace to the families of those who were injured and slain this week in Texas.

BRIGHT NEW WORLD

Someday a bright new wave
Will Break upon the shore
And there will be no sickness
No More dying, no more war.
And little children never will
Go Hungry anymore~

And there will be a bright
New Morning over there
There will be a bright
New world for us to share

Someday there will be an end
To unkind words and cruel
The man who said there is no God
Will know he is a fool
And peace will be a way of life
With love the only rule~

And there will be a bright
New Morning over there
There will be a bright
New World for us to share

Someday we know not when
When time on earth is done
But those redeemed from every land
Will all become as one
And peace will be a way of life
With God, the Three-In-One

And there will be a bright
New Morning over there
There will be a bright
New World for us to share

Blessings to you this beautiful Sunday...Rebecca

18 comments:

blushing rose said...

How beautiful the verses, His promises carry us on despite all of the sin that prevails. TY for this post today, sweet friend.

May all the loss of & injuries to life this week in these horrific tirades, & in wars, be remembered, honored & blessed.

Hugs of love, TTFN ~ Marydon

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Sweet Rebecca!
Blessings to you on this beautiful Sunday morning.

Thank you for sharing these beautiful lyrics this morning. What a blessed way to start out my morning. I can always get such a wonderful dose of sunshine here. Thank you sweet friend. Thank you.

I pray you are well and the family too.

Country hugs and much love, Sherry

Atelier de Charo said...

Hello Rebecca
Feliz Domingo!!!
Hugs
Charo

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Beautiful, Rebecca. Have a wonderful Sunday!
Debra

Fairy Footprints said...

Rebecca what a lovely post today, the music and the lyrics is so delightful. What a wonderful way to start of a Sunday morning.

Have a wonderful Sunday morning.

Blessings,
Heidi

A Rose Without A Thorn said...

Dear Rebecca, I can understand why this song was so important to you as a little girl. It is lovely and still true today, Blessings, Maureen......

Dolores said...

Rebecca, thank you for sharing these beautiful and thought provoking lyrics. These are words we could read everyday, they're so comforting!!

Love,
Dolores

Marilyn said...

Beautiful Rebecca!! Have a Blessed Sunday Afternoon!
Love,
Marilyn

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Sweet Rebecca....

"The man who said there is no God will know he is a fool".... I'm always surprised by the people who deny God. I just think about all of things that go on in our bodies simultaneously and wonder how that could possibly have happened without God. Don't you think it takes MORE faith to believe there is NO God? It's a lovely song...with such a wonderful promise. Thanks for sharing.

Yeah, the test. YUK. Well, not the test....that's pretty zippy...it's the PREP. YIKES.

Big hugs to you sweet girlie!
Spence

Connie said...

Bec sugar, come over and see the little "letters" I made for the laundry. I think you'll want to do some also.

I've spent the weekend in Stake Conference getting a new stake president and feel like I've been lifted up so much I head hurts, chick. Good uplifting though. Much to be grateful for in this world today.

xoxo,
Connie

jojo said...

Sunday Blessings to you Rebecca. That is a beautiful song and the verse so timely...I feel more hopeful after seeing those words...jj

Terra said...

This is a lovely song, and like you, I often find a song we sing in church that truly speaks to my heart.
Sometimes in church they print out the lyrics for us, so I can take them home, for singing in the car and around the house.
It is a dark world, at times, but we Christians have a lot of hope and light.

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Rebecca... you always know the right thing to post... thank you... xoxo Julie Marie

karen said...

Wonderful song. I wanted to thank you for your comments on my blog. They are always so nice to read. And we do have alot in common when it comes to Alz's. Thanks and come back often.

Sandra said...

Hi Rebecca. What beautiful words of inspiration.
Have a great day, my friend.
Sandra

Sue @ Not the Good Scissors! said...

I had a very beautiful Sunday. Your post was the most perfect way to end my day. Blessings.
Sleep tight. Many hugs, Sue

Sue @ Not the Good Scissors! said...

I had a very beautiful Sunday. Your post was the most perfect way to end my day. Blessings.
Sleep tight. Many hugs, Sue

Anonymous said...

Rebecca,

Thank you SO much for posting these lyrics!! I've been searching for them. I remember the song from my youth choir more than twenty years ago (wow, that makes me feel old.. haha) and I always LOVED it. The version we sang was slightly different, but 95% the same.. such a strong & beautiful song!! Thank you again & God Bless.. =)

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