To Mom for all your efforts and love as a Devoted Mother!
I can always hear you singing this Classic
The Story Behind Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Beloved Song of Hope—“You’ll Never Walk Alone” WRTI
This is my personal story behind the song!
Mom when I was a boy you made me aware this song was your favorite contemporary classic and I always loved hearing you sing it with your beautifully trained God given talented Soprano voice! Now no matter where I am or what condition I’m in I can recall those days hearing you sing this song that always brings tears to my eyes, and I know God meant for you to teach us with your devotion as our Mother and with your beautiful voice, what is most important in this life, as I feel it deep in my heart and soul now! Just like this song says “you’ll never walk alone” and no matter what crisis or difficulty we may be going through as long as we have Faith in Jesus Christ, we always walk with “Hope in our Hearts” that will protect and guide us home to the Lord! But as we walk through any storm, we should hold our heads up high, being brave and courageous, knowing that “He is always walking with us!” I found this to be so true on those few occasions when I could have died; but was spared for His reasons or purposes! And when I had to fight a huge battle on my own your support, comfort and prayers along with Lord Jesus was what really made the difference in finding my way through it all; to a day of rest, where I could hear “The Sweet Silver Song of a Lark!” Thank you Mom! I love you! Thank you Jesus for bestowing these miraculous gifts and opportunity upon us! All the Glory is yours our Savior Jesus!
Mom your Loving Son in Jesus Christ,
Andrea Bocelli – You’ll Never Walk Alone (Believe Studio Session)
Elvis Presley “You’ ll Never Walk A lone” best version, with beautiful slideshow
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir:
“You’ll Never Walk Alone” Virtual Choir/Orchestra 15 Countries: 300 People (During Lock-downs)
Brother in Christ Jesus,
Lawrence Morra III
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