Set to an arrangement of the song “O Be Joyful In The Lord”, this MoSop Movie proclaims the beauty of God’s ultimate creation, and the divine purpose of life.
“And my soul shall be joyful in the Lord: it shall rejoice in his salvation!” – Psalm 35:9
When the Savior walked the earth, He taught these profound words of hope and encouragement:
“…rejoice, because your names are written in heaven”
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (“Mormons“) believe that each human being is a literal child of God. Our spirits lived before we were born on earth, and they will return to God after this life. Our soul is eternal, and our mortal lives are a gift. The family is the most sacred unit on earth. In holy temples throughout the world, families can be united together not just until death parts them, but for all eternity!
O Be Joyful!
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O Be Joyful In The Lord All Ye Lands
Serve the Lord with Gladness
And come before His presence with a song
Be Ye sure that the Lord He is God
It is He that hath made us, and not we ourselves
We are His people, and the sheep of His pasture
O go your way into His gates with Thanksgiving
And into his courts with praise!
Be thankful unto Him
And speak good of His name
For the Lord is gracious
His mercy is everlasting
And His truth endureth
From generation to generation…
O be joyful in the Lord all Ye lands
Glory be to the Father
Glory be to the Son
And to the Holy Ghost
As it was in the beginning
Is now and ever shall be
World Without End!….
To learn more about the purpose of life, go to Mormon.org
Wow- both video’s are spectacular. I am so impressed. The music of the choir along with the pictures is what makes it so great. Thank you for alerting me. Love, Mother
That was awesome!! You did an amazing job putting incredible pictures with the incredible music and text of “O Be Joyful in the Lord” –the Lord’s mercy is everlasting and will endure forever!! Now, that is something to SING about!!!
“Oh be Joyful in the Lord” music and video truly filled me with emotions of gratitude and love to the Lord. . . Thank you, thank you, Soprano, for sharing your bounteous talents with “the world.” I love you, even though I haven’t met you in person yet.
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