Roger Hoffman - Consider the Lilies

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So, tremulously, I continued, The pains of all of them he carried From the day of his birth. This urged me on. At the time I wrote "Consider the Lilies," my wife, Melanie and I had spent five years now twenty-six following the Lord's commandment consider the lilies of the field song put the kingdom of God first, believing that he would add everything else we needed. It seemed the Lord would send what we needed in the way of work or help, just when we needed it.

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He feeds the birds in the sky. This allowed us to use our time to teach his Gospel through music. Again, the chorus re-assured me, "He clothes the lilies of the field.

The light he has put into us works its way through everything we know and feel and draws us to yet greater light. This is the way of the Master. I thought of how Nephi and Lehi had been led on their way through "the more fertile parts of the wilderness I could not contain my feelings. At the time I wrote "Consider the Lilies," my wife, Melanie and I had spent five years now twenty-six following the Lord's commandment to put the kingdom of God first, believing that he would add everything else we needed. The words kept coming, "Consider the sheep of his fold, How they follow where he leads. Miraculously, we had survived! When we come unto him, he teaches, counsels, and heals us, replacing evil with good, pouring himself into us, a spiritual transfusion where his light replaces our darkness.

He clothes the lilies of the field, He feeds the lambs in His fold, And he will heal those who trust him, And make their hearts as gold. Sat Jan 05, Login Consider the lilies of the field song. I was afraid to tackle so large a subject. This allowed us to use consider the lilies of the field song time to teach his Gospel through music. Once the melody had become locked into my consciousness, words began to form in my mind. I was beginning to feel very excited! He magnolia dallas hotel the birds in the sky. I was pleased that the message had been so well delivered, and gratefully acknowledged the power that had presented this song to my mind. Though the path may wind across the mountains, He knows the meadows where they feed.

As quickly as I could write, the words continued, "Consider the birds in the sky, How they fly, how they fly. I noticed what I was playing and repeated it so I wouldn't forget it. He tells us plainly that he has given us weakness to bring us to him.

I thought, "My pen is too small to deal with a problem so great. The love I felt was so powerful that I was overcome. My soul vibrated with the message I had just written, for my own suffering and weakness had been taken in hand by the Wonderful Counselor, and where once there was darkness, light by light, strand by strand, he rewove the fabric of my heart with threads of purest gold, so that my affections and sympathies have been, in a marvelous manner, enlarged and re-trained to make me more like him.

Story Behind the Song: "Consider the Lilies" by Roger Hoffman

I could not contain my feelings. I thought of how Nephi and Lehi had been led on their way through "the more fertile parts of the wilderness The pains of all of them he carried From the day of his birth.

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