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Pray ... It does a body good.

It is often said that prayer is a form of hope. We hope things will turn out better, so we pray about it.

We often refer to prayer as that one on one with our creator, a sort of conversation with God.

In times like these I think saying a Prayer, even if you are an atheist, is good for the body. If you ever stop and think about it, the only thing worth the time and effort to make me feel like going another daily round with the events of this world, is saying a prayer. I ask God to forgive me of my sinful thoughts and actions and to give me strength to endure and I thank God for giving me another day and another chance to make things right with my life.

Here is a link to a good prayer that will help you when you are down and need a boost of God's good graces to give you some pep in your next steps. PRAY FOR HOPE

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MegL wrote on September 3, 2017, 10:26 AM

That's a good video. The only thing I find difficult with it, is that the words do not fit into the rhythm of the music. It's a lovely piece of music but as I see the words come up on screen, I try to fit them into the music and it won't work. The pictures and music would work well alone. Even if they added the words to the actual hymn instead. Alternatively, they could put different music to the video.

lookatdesktop wrote on September 3, 2017, 11:48 AM

Yep. but all in all I liked the message it gave. I know many people are not experts who post and upload their home made videos to YouTube. I am guilty of doing it. I have only created a few YouTube videos over the past 2 years. I am no expert either. If you want to see one of my latest videos you will have to wait until I actually upload any new ones. Mostly they are basically silly and just appear to show some of my art I did on the computer along with a song created by an automated program or app that keeps instruments and vocals in the same beat and pitch so all of the sounds mix well and are in tune and in tempo. The app I am using at present is called Music Maker Jam, a free Windows App that only costs extra when I buy add-on music and I did actually buy some extra music to add- on to it. I have so far acquired about 19 tunes to put together any way I want to make future MP3 music and add to videos created for YouTube using the Microsoft Movie Maker app that comes with Windows 7, 8 and 10.