Wedding Music – Day 5


I am heading to my son’s wedding and will be pretty busy over the next week or so. I ask that you extend a few things on my behalf:


  • The ability to re-post some music that I’ve shared in the past.
  • Prayer for safe travel.
  • Prayer for my son, Philip and his bride, Heather.
  • Joy and presence in each moment.


I’ll remember you and pray for you each day. Until we meet again…


Grace and peace be yours in abundance,




“The Lord’s Prayer” – Musical Musings in March


cool-sheet-music-background-pq3wplniYears ago, my sister Tammy picked up an interest in American Sign Language. She spent hours learning and practicing this beautiful language.


At one point, she offered a class at our church so that we could learn this language as well. The hope was to find several who would be able to join her in deaf ministry at the church. Of course, I took the class.


I did alright and still have a few words that I can pull out of my back pocket if needed. But I would almost guarantee that if my skills were needed to interpret, the poor person trying to read my sign language would wonder what I was saying.


Music is a beautiful way to share and express sign language. Its flow naturally plays well with the rhythm of music and music creates a delightful backdrop to the language itself.


One piece of music we learned in sign language class was “The Lord’s Prayer.” So today, I share this piece of music with you and have searched to find this song with sign language added. I’m sure you’ll agree, it is all the more beautiful with these movements.


“The Lord’s Prayer”


Our Father, which art in heaven,

Hallowed be Thy name.

Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done

On earth as it is in heaven.


Give us this day our daily bread,

And forgive us our debts,

As we forgive our debtors.


And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil;

For Thine is the kingdom,

And the power,

And the glory,

Forever, Amen.[i]


Click here for a beautiful version of this classic song.


Grace and peace be yours in abundance,



[i] “The Lord’s Prayer,” Text found in Matthew 6:9-13, Music by Albert Hay Malotte, G. Schirmer, Inc., 1935

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