President Lincoln established the Thanksgiving holiday on October 3, 1863. At that moment in our history, the civil war had already left over 100,000 dead. It was not going well for the nation. Lincoln’s proclamation came at a time of great uncertainty, and great peril. It was then, as it is now, and act of faith in the face of adversity.
The music of Annette Sorne has delighted and inspired tens of thousands of her fans over the last 40 years. Her CD entitled “Journey” takes the listener from a place of hope and promise, through disappointment and discouragement, to the heart cry of revival, and finally to fulfillment and a greater understanding of love and grace.
On this Thanksgiving weekend, Brien will take us on that journey while we enjoy Annette’s remarkable music. As we explore the role of faith in our lives and the purpose of cultivating a grateful heart, Brien will talk with us about his own journey and help us consider our many blessings.
Especially at the times in our lives when we are facing adversity and disappointment and have chosen to stand on our faith and determination to believe God’s promise, it is at those times when we are moved to a greater understanding of grace and drawn to give thanks for the family and friends God has placed in our lives.
Listen Saturday morning at 9:00 on Moose Magnificat (MooseMagnificat.com). You can listen to a repeat play on Moose Magnificat Sunday afternoon at 3:00, and Wednesday afternoon at 5:30. Click here to subscribe to our podcast!
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