Monday, October 29, 2012

Till the Storm Passes By


Hello, Dear Ones.
Just a little short post today with a little more Falling.






My prayers and good wishes to all of my blogging friends in the path of this monster storm.
Be safe and know I'm thinking of you!


Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song~

Till the Storm Passes By



        In the dark of the midnight have I oft hid my face,
        While the storm howls above me, and there's no hiding place.
        'Mid the crash of the thunder, Precious Lord, hear my cry,
        Keep me safe till the storm passes by.

          Till the storm passes over, till the thunder sounds no more,
          Till the clouds roll forever from the sky;
          Hold me fast, let me stand in the hollow of Thy hand,
          Keep me safe till the storm passes by.
        Many times Satan whispered, "There is no need to try,
        For there's no end of sorrow, there's no hope by and by"
        But I know Thou art with me, and tomorrow I'll rise
        Where the storms never darken the skies.

          Till the storm passes over, till the thunder sounds no more,
          Till the clouds roll forever from the sky;
          Hold me fast, let me stand in the hollow of Thy hand,
          Keep me safe till the storm passes by.
        When the long night has ended and the storms come no more,
        Let me stand in Thy presence on the bright peaceful shore;
        In that land where the tempest, never comes, Lord, may I
        Dwell with Thee when the storm passes by.

          Till the storm passes over, till the thunder sounds no more,
          Till the clouds roll forever from the sky;
          Hold me fast, let me stand in the hollow of Thy hand,
          Keep me safe till the storm passes by.
          ~ sung by Mosie Lister
 

23 comments:

  1. Hello sweet lady, I am praying for those in the path of this horrid storm. I love the song that you used, it's perfect, we are truly safe in the palm of God's hand. Love and hugs, Cindy

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  2. Dear Shelia. I too think your song is so apt for the current situation. I have been in contact with some of my blog friends in its path and they are safe and well, but communications and power has stopped.
    Prayers and thoughts are with everyone in its path.

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  3. I am hoping to hear from some of mine tonight.....Praying for all

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  4. Yes, keep each one safe till the storm passes by. Thanks for these beautiful words, Shelia..........Sarah

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  5. Hi Shelia!

    Praying that the storm passes quickly and with with minimal damage. My heart goes out to all those who are in it's path.

    xoxo Bunny Jean

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  6. As usual, beautiful photos. And take care to you and your family.
    I pray for the storm to pass as well :)

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  7. Good Morning from Ireland Sheila.

    Thinking of all those people affected and worrying about the storm
    please God it will pass quickly.

    Lovely photos from you today, the arrangements are so pretty.

    Happy Tuesday

    Fiona

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  8. Good Morning Sweet Sheila-That is a beautiful old song- I, too, am praying for all those in the storm's path- xo Diana

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  9. Shelia, Daddy loved that song!!! I have the sheet music somewhere I think, but he loved that song! Thank you for sharing that with us!!! Thoughts and prayers are with those dealing with this current storm!!!!

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  10. Good morning, Shelia, and it is good to say bye bye to Sandy... I am happy to have my power back but still have no dial tone on my house line. But I am so fortunate compared to so many, my prayers to all of those who suffered Sandy's wrath. And i love all your "fallen" touches, especially the tea towels. xo

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  11. I am praying for all that are experiencing Sandy. Hopefully I will be in touch with family in PA soon! Have a great week.

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  12. Boy this storm has been a doozy, hasn't it? Keeping everyone in it's path in prayer.

    Love all your autumn decor. Such beautiful colors.

    Hugs and Kisses,
    ❤Ana

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  13. Are you familiar with the song, "Still"? It's a beautiful, fairly new song about the 'storms' in our life. We sing it occasionally in church, but not often enough! Sally

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  14. Ya know I have a thing for fruit scapes:) yours is totally beautiful and your photos are excellent.
    Makes me feel like I could reach out and grab a piece..

    I have to say, your song brought tears and thats ok.. I could HEAR it and it touched my heart...

    thank you so much for this post and for always being a bright light in my Life. Love shines from you and each one it touches is fortunate..

    hugs

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  15. Love that song, and thank you for it and your prayers. God is so good, we are safe today and the worst has passed!!! We lost power a few times, but today all is well.....as soon as it dries out we will begin the major clean up!!! I agree, you are certainly a bright spot in our lives, thank you and hugs...cleo

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  16. That hymn was going through my head the past 2 days too. We are not experiencing too much bad weather here so far but more rain is to come later today and tomorrow. I can't believe the images coming from NYC and areas affected by the hurricane. It is really devastating. Hugs, Pamela

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  17. Beautiful fall vignette Sheila...and love that song...so appropriate....Have a wonderful day!

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  18. Shelia,
    I always enjoy my visitsto Note Songs, dear friend!!! Today's theme of the storm touched my heart and soul!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  19. Salmagundi here again -- The artist on youtube for "Still" is Hillsong. Sally

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  20. Love your little touches of fall....very pretty! Keeping everyone in the path of the storm in my prayers!!!!
    Happy Halloween!!!
    ~Des

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  21. So sweet- love your fall touches and your beautiful song. I went to you tube to hear it.
    It's so shocking to see the devastation out East. It's going to be a long haul for all of them.
    Prayers for all.

    Hugs,
    Liz

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  22. Hey Sheila,

    I love this song. I remember singing it in the choir at the church where I grew up. Such a comforting song.

    Love your fallness, and thanks for your visit!

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  23. Your touches of fall here are so soothing.
    All of us I am sure are thinking of those out east in the wake of this storm. Sometimes I/we feel pretty helpless, but we can all be unified in love and prayer for our human family.

    You know....I have always wondered DO YOU PLAY THE PIANO. I can't remember if you told me that, or If I've read that as of yet.

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