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Thanks to all of u who have visited this thread. I hope you've found it useful. Nothing But the Blood here are the lyrics What can make us whole again? Nothing but the blood Nothing but the blood of Jesus What can wash us pure as snow? Last edited by Lunnng; at AM. I have searched for hours thought the first song was an actuall english song but couldn't find it anywhere on the internet, So if someone could please help me out it would be much appreciated.
Does somebody know if the song is already translated? Last edited by jpenjc; at PM. International copyright secured.
Used by permission CCLI. If you need a song translated, just ask. If you have a song that you want to post that you know or have translated, please feel free to post it here. Lets continue to help each other out in all we can. Hi Can you give me the english translations for the following songs? Thanks so much.
Hi there, I'm new to this site I'm a worship leader in a bilingual non-denomination congregation I'm looking for the English translation of the following song, if you could help I'd appreciate it Hay una fuente en mi dicelo a Yahshua que esta brotando que esta fluyendo dentro de mi es un rio de alabanzas y de adoracion dirigido hacia ti Yahshua mi Rey recibelo. We heard the angels singing Then someone called your name. You turned and saw this young man And he was smiling as he came.
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And every week you would say a prayer Before the class would start. And one day when you said that prayer I asked Jesus in my heart. Thank you for giving to the Lord I am so glad you gave. Then another man stood before you And said, "Remember the time A missionary came to your church And his pictures made you cry. You didn't have much money But you gave it anyway.
Jesus took the gift you gave And that's why I am here today. One by one they came Far as the eye could see Each life somehow touched By your generosity. Little things that you had done Sacrifices made. Unnoticed on the earth In heaven now proclaimed. And I know up in heaven You're not supposed to cry. But I am almost sure There were tears in your eyes. As Jesus took your hand And you stood before the Lord.
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He said, "My child look around you. Great is your reward. Thank you for giving to the Lord I am a life that was changed. What is the positive value of this celebration for the parish? The Virgin Mary is a model for women of every class and age group. In a culture where machismo is still evident, the choice by a young Hispanic woman to celebrate her fifteenth birthday in the Church offers a host of possibilities for her and the parish.
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The focus on the positive contribution of women in society as well as their becoming active participants in the life of the parish can also be emphasized. They may be encouraged to take a more active part in the various parish ministries. Why is this celebration necessary when the Church has the sacrament of Confirmation? Hence they are, as true witnesses of Christ, more strictly obliged to spread and defend the faith by word and deed.
Standing before the altar, she is publicly presented by her family and friends in a gesture of thanksgiving. Does this celebration sometimes become too costly and extravagant? Unfortunately, the advantage of living in a country where material things are readily available often encourages families to give into a competitive consumerism and spend exorbitant sums on such celebrations. The same tendency is often seen in the planning of celebrations of the Sacrament of Marriage. However, as with weddings, many Hispanic families save for years to provide the celebration for their daughter, granddaughter, goddaughter or niece.
While to an uninformed observer, the financial expenditure may appear far beyond the means of the family, the reality may be very different. Family members who are seamstresses, musicians, drivers of limousines, florist shop workers, cooks, bakers and photographers often donate their services as gifts. The church decorations, food and music for the fiesta, are often provided by family and friends. Parishes may also give pastoral guidance in having the celebration for several girls at one Mass, thus focusing more on the liturgy than on any one family, or offering the use of the parish hall for the fiesta which follows.
It is suggested that a time of preparation be set before the date of the celebration so that all participants understand the meaning of the religious celebration and have an opportunity to ready themselves spiritually. How can this celebration be a means of strengthening the faith of Latino youth?
Adults have a responsibility to pass on the faith to younger members of the community. The U. Why is the rite just for girls? This is the practice in the countries of origin of the young women requesting the blessing. Recently, in the Western and Southwestern parts of the United States a limited number of young Hispanic males have requested this blessing for themselves or, in one case, twins male and female , requested a joint celebration. There is no basis in the traditional usage, however, for the inclusion of young men in the rite.
In the Hispanic community, traditionally it has been the women who hand on the faith.
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The abuelita grandmother holds a special place in the family for that reason. Women organize feast days, celebrate rituals and offer prayers. The mother sets up the altarcito in the home where prayers are offered for the living and the dead. She makes the home a domestic church.
Hispanic women are the evangelizers and teachers of values, yet their leadership has often gone unrecognized. Those participating in the celebration, the parents, godparents, relatives and friends, also share in this linguistic diversity. OC, Introduction 2. La familia de la joven debe comunicarse a la oficina de la parroquia para hacer una cita.
creenkensboundtrav.tk Amen English Informaton Thank you for considering St. Anthony of Padua? The family of the young woman who wants her Quinceanera celebration must be registered and attend mass regularly in this community of faith of St. Anthony of Padua at least 6 months before the celebration. Preference will be given to families who are registered.
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