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Sunday, 5 July 2015

SONGS on SUNDAYS: TOUS MON ESPOIR - Paul Baloche 5.7.15

Accueillir des chanson sur le dimanche !
Welcome to Songs on Sundays
for our first Paris in July Sunday !
An opportunity to share a favourite French Canadian musician,
[Paul's father was born in St Boniface, the Frenchquarter of Winnipeg in MB Canada]
Paul Baloche, and his beautiful praise en francais.
Un merveilleux cantique...
The release of GLORIEUX offers an entire album to  enJoy!

Today we hear Tout Mon Espoir [My Hope] 
It is part of a full playlist of the album on youtube if you' d like to continue the listening.
Words and music songbook are available to follow along and as Free download HERE
or... just relax and enJoy the beautiful melody as Paul sings.
Paul's blog page offers audio samples of all songs on GLORIEUX - find them HERE
for  much listening plaisir!
And - once again, in english - Paul Baloche with Kathryn Scott of Ireland
which you'll see in the various video scenes.  Be Blessed!
This song available on the album THE SAME LOVE.
Feel free to add your #SONGSonSUNDAYS worship music links in comments
and we'll be able to join you for this week's music soundtrack.  Thank you for tweeting 
and spreading the Joy wherever you do!
Toutes sortes de benedictions sur vous aujourd'hui!
Every blessing on you today!


Shared with ~
* Dreaming of France * Paris in July * Weekend Brew


Paulita said...

What fun. Music is one of the French subjects I don't see very often. We usually end up talking about books and movies. Thanks for playing along with Dreaming of France. Here’s my Dreaming of France meme

Carole Jarvis said...

I love this song, Sharon. Paul Baloche's name sounded familiar, so I looked him up and realized I've played & sung many of his songs, as have a lot of famous recording artists! Thank you for sharing.

Sim Carter said...

So happy to have found you playing along at Paulita's Dreaming of France meme! While I do have a Dreaming of France post today, what I'm really excited about is finding you! Even though we've lived in Los Angeles for, ugh, far far too long, I grew up in Canada, in Toronto and Niagara Falls. I'm always excited to find a member of the Canadian Club. I shared a Canada Day memory on my blog on July first too— back in my day we called it Dominion Day!
I hope you'll come by and say hi! Here's my link

Sally Tharpe Rowles said...

How nice to share a French Canadian musician here. Thank you.

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

So lovely! It's the first time I've heard praise music in French!

Here's my Paris in July post!

Jeanie said...

Thanks for the info on Tides of Honor. I'm very "in" to WWI (and beyond) in France and this sounds right up my line. (Are you watching "The Crimson Field" on PBS?). All these entries sound very good, some I've heard of and some new. So nice to see these good titles on Paris in July.

I'm joining in too, at The Marmelade Gypsy!

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