As I gather with my family and prepare for the next few weeks of quarantine, this song has been running through my mind. I teach children in my local LDS congregation. Last year we learned this song together. I loved it from the first time I heard it. We have all weathered the storms of life, whether it be financial difficulties, family and relationship struggles, or sickness and poor health, but rarely has the whole world faced the same storm together. Today has been set aside as a day of prayer in the U.S. My prayer is that we may all find true and lasting Peace in Christ. There's a Peace in Christ. When there's no Peace on Earth. There's a Peace in Christ. When there's no Peace on Earth. ( Please follow our Page.) Posted by Chadchly tv on Saturday, March 14, 2020
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