Monday, March 24, 2014


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This Time: 'Kansas' Rock Legend Pens Pro-Life Anthem

After dozens of albums, recording artist John Elefante's latest work is intensely personal. That's because it's about how his adopted daughter narrowly missed a date with death before she was ever born. 

You know me, I love to write my personal day-to-day goings ons' and convictions but my husband and I just watched this, catching it on a Christian program... 

My husband, also a rock and roller at one time immediately stopped and listened when he heard who this man was.  John Elefante from the group, Kansas. 

This is so beautiful although intense... I was a prolife counselor at one time and my oldest daughter is now a prolife counselor where she speaks Life to women and the sweet name of Christ Jesus.

Yes, in this day and age when some preachers brag that they don't preach against anything...This video and John Elefante's testimony is a pure breath of fresh spiritual air.

Breath in, breath others...Hopefully we are taking in good spiritual air from God.  Clean air...'s Jesus.  Be separate.   Let's be Jesus with skin on to others...  


(top photo by Robert Stock)


Ann at eightacresofeden said...

That is such a beautiful story and how wonderful that he used his talent as a songwriter to create such a powerful song and what a video to accompany it. I loved how she saw images of what her baby might be one day. That will affect people and I pray it saves many precious lives. You are right Amelia, a breath of fresh air.

Amelia said...

Thank you so much for stopping by Ann, you are also that breath of fresh air! I always enjoy hearing from fellow-bloggers!

Yes, let's pray that this will save many precious lives.

Bless you Ann!

Beloved's Redheaded Bride said...

OH Mrs. Amelia. I am unable to watch videos while I am away from home. But, I sure will pop back in to do so in a few weeks when I am able to do so. (not enough computer data while on the road) Just wanted to let you know if I pop in and don't leave a comment.

I hope you are doing well.

Amelia said...

Hi Carmen, Oh I sooo understand. We have satellite here, and there are certain days that we just don't have enough bandwidth.

Big hugs to you! ...and thank you for taking the time to comment. How thoughtful you are! : )