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Enos Musical Tour

Enos 1:4

Enos had been taught the gospel of Jesus Christ all his life by his father Jacob, but he did not know for himself the truth of God’s grace.  He records in the Book of Mormon, “The words which I had often heard my father speak concerning eternal life, and the joy of the saints, sunk deep into my heart.  And my soul hungered; and I kneeled down before my Maker, and i cried unto him in mighty prayer and uspplication for mine own soul; and all the day long did I cry unto him; yea, and when the night came I did still raise my voice high that it reached the heavens.”

“With Hungry Soul” expresses this longing.  (Sacred Hymns of the Book of Mormon, 6; text by Marilyn Arnold; music by Maurine Ozment)

Enos 1:27

After his conversion to the Lord, the Book of Mormon records that Enos spent the rest of his life testifying of Christ, and serving Him.  At the end of his life, Enos wrote, “I soon go to the place of my rest, which is with my Redeemer; for I know that in Him I shall rest.  And I rejoice in the day when my mortal shall put on immortality, and shall stand before Him; then shall I see His face with pleasure, and He will say unto me: Come unto me, ye blessed; there is a place prepared for you in the masions of my Father.”

Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee

Sister Kayla Huff, serving a mission in the Sydney Australia North Mission

text by Bernard of Clairvaux; translated by Edward Caswall,; music by John B. Dykes

Sweet Is The Work

arranged and performed by British vocalist James Loynes

text by Isaac Watts

Words of Mormon Jacob