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Bless the Lord, O my soul

Bless the Lord, O my soul

Thanking our contributors, Lowell Grisham, Linda Ryan, Maria Evans, Bill Carroll, Ian McAlister, and Molly Wolf, who keep Speaking to the Soul filled with thoughtful reflections every day and highlighting today’s edition for your evening meditation, read the reflection and watch:


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Priscilla Cardinale

Ann, thank you for this. I watched the video over and over last night and even watched it again this morning. My soul needed this and by blessing the Lord along with the gathering at Taize I felt renewed and able to go on another day.

Also, what an absolutely beautiful, spiritual church!

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