Friday, December 14, 2012

Soul Stirring and Teary Eyed

I love music, but I gotta say Christmas music is my favorite!

I came across this the other day on Facebook and knew I wanted to share it on here.

If you watch The Voice then you know quirky CeeLo Green. Well, he sings "Mary Did You Know" for a new Jesus movie called "The Bible" that is coming out in March and the video is AMAZING!

It's the perfect get you in the spirit of things kind of video.

I hope you enjoy.

and I dare you Not to cry!!

Have a blessed weekend!

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  1. You are is AMAZING! Thanks for sharing!

  2. This song, if it comes on in the car I have to turn it off or pull over because I become a blubbering mess every time. I'm wiht you there is something about Christmas songs. How about 'Oh holy night' Oh my.....

    1. Me too, this song gets me every time! And Oh Holy Night? oh yeah that's a good one too, you HAVE to stop what your doing and fully listen to that one, it's dramatic and emotional.

  3. Hi Alecia,

    Is this a new site? It looks different. I like it though. :)

    Re your comment on my post "When Searching for the Calm and Quiet," Texas sunshine will sound lovely to me come January and February! Right now, I agree, I'm savoring the new snowfalls.

    Thanks for stopping by,
    Jennifer Dougan

    1. nah, just changed up the pictures and have been tweaking here and there. Thanks for noticing!
      And your right, come Jan I'm sure I'll be glad I'm down south :)

  4. Praise be to God for sending us Jesus! What hope we have because of Him. :)

    Happy to have found your blog, Alecia, and I'm your newest follower. :)

  5. Christmas music is my favorite too! And this... yes... amazing. Thank you so much for sharing it!!

  6. That was such a beautiful video and song! Thanks for sharing. :)

  7. Wow, appreciate your sharing this.


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