Thursday, September 15, 2011

An Audition to Remember

I have attempted to economize posts; doing so once or twice a week.  So I apologize straight-away about this new one coming so close to others.  It wouldn't be delayed, and I think you'll see why.  This is more than entertainment.  More than mere news.  It is a rare testimony given primarily in facial features.   

Come sit with me awhile and consider the many dangers, toils and snares that this young man & his brother have experienced thus far.  Today, anyway, I doubt you'll have a care in the world.

Have Kleenex at the ready, and don't be surprised if you find yourself on your knees ...



GOD BLESS EMMANUEL KELLY, HIS BROTHER, AND THE AMAZING WOMAN WHO CHOSE TO BE THEIR MOTHER!

17 comments:

Diana Ferguson said...

Thanks for sharing this great performance with us! What a blessing....

Saleslady371 said...

I'm trying to type a comment here and I'm crying so much I can't see.

Pain to Purpose said...

WOW! Totally amazing. I am so happy he got to hear and see the response of that audience. He's going places for sure!! And yes, God bless that amazing mother!

Robin @ Be Still and Know said...

Oh my, I don't watch this show! What an amazing young man.
God works in mysterious ways! Amazing story!

Thanks for sharing!
Blessings
R

Debbie said...

WOW!! What a way to start my morning...soo good, soo inspiring. And your so right, really does put things in prospective, doesn't it?

Have s wonderful week-end!

Sonja said...

There is nothing quite like a good dose of perspective, is there? What a wonderful story and what a precious guy. And his mom.

So glad you shared this. These are the heroes that bless us all.

Lemon Lane Cottage said...

Oh Sassy Granny...I almost didn't take the time to listen...I am ashamed at the shallowness of my life and humbled by the spirit of this man and his remarkable mom and brother. Thank you for blessing me, I will think on this a very long time. Patty

Alice Lynn Alfred said...

You are right..I am in tears, tears and tears....the ugly cry. My heart feels so broken and humbled....Oh, friend...I am speechless....

Alice Lynn Alfred said...

Sassy Granny....I am feeling I would like to repost this on my blog...I will say I originally saw it on your blog....but I feel this is something people need to see. Would you be ok with that?

Linda Hoye said...

Thank you so much for sharing this, Kathleen. And I hope you don't mind if I repost this on my blog. Lord bless this young man, his brother, and his incredible mother.

Debbie said...

Wow; that certainly puts things into perspective. Worries; I have none in comparison. I loved his performance. His story was incredible and I loved seeing his mom and his brother. So moving! I'm so glad you shared this one Kathleen.

Love you,
Debbie

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

Been seeing this all over the place but have just now taken the time to watch.

Moved, indeed, to a deeper place of gratefulness.

peace~elaine

skoots1mom said...

it's wonderful to have such loving family...he will stay with me forever. What would we do without God's promises? Thanks for your kind works and prayers :)

LisaShaw said...

Wow!
Wow!
Wow!

The woman said it best at the end, "It makes everything you worry about so pathetic". That's the truth!

An awesome HEART that is why this young man has an awesome voice!

I thank God for choosing that amazing woman to be Mother to these two amazing young men!

Crying still...I had to watch it twice.

Thanks for sharing Kathleen!

LisaShaw said...

and...had to share on my facebook and twitter! Love you!

Just a little something from Judy said...

My uncle recently shared this profound, moving piece with me and you are right...it brings one to one's knees, in love and gratitude for "how" our God works and moves in His children. So worthwhile that you shared it!

Rebecca said...

I would have missed this entirely - I don't watch much TV.... Thanks for sharing it, Kathleen. So true - my "cares" ARE pretty pathetic!