Look up and see

Look up and see - Songs | A Blessed Call To Love

This is a song about the love of God the Father addressing children; to see Him in the night sky; to talk with Him and acknowledge His presence in their lives.

Look up and see is a meditation about how God is constantly communicating with us.  He wants to be in our lives and reminds us of His presence.  He showers us with gifts through His creation around us and through the people we meet each day.  

Thankfully, the Holy Spirit grants us grace to uplift our minds into the reality of God’s presence. Moreover, our words need to reflect the truth that is God.

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Meditation and Songs

Irish Blessings Meditations and Songs on A Blessed Call to Love is a facility for putting Maria Antoine’s “food for thought” reflections and prayers out into the world. The inspirational spiritual thoughts, poems, prayers and stories come through Maria’s prayer life.

The meditations come spontaneously during her time of prayer. They are recorded by different speakers for variety and for publication later. The team hope you can relax and enjoy them. We further hope you will be inspired and that your heart will be touched by our Irish Blessings poems meditations.

Reflections

If you felt a story or poem or prayer touched you, please tell us about it. The speakers who recorded Maria’s words were very moved. Furthermore, Maria continues to be inspired to write these poems and meditations.

At A Blessed Call to Love, we hope to continue putting them up on the website. We will also be putting them on YouTube and Facebook. Please tell your friends if you enjoyed them and let us spread the word.

Help us spread the word by downloading a copy of the full track here: https://ablessedcalltolove.com/products/multimedia/music/look-up-and-see/

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