President Hinckley’s Hymn

9 thoughts on “President Hinckley’s Hymn

  1. The line, “There is no death, but only change” pretty much sums it up. Some folks may grieve in unhealthy ways, staying in the denial or anger phase, but death really is just a part of the Nature of Things. For my husband and I, we see death as “being called home” to a loving Creator. We would miss each other if one of us was to die first, but we would not grieve “the change!”

  2. How can I get a copy of the sheet music for “What Is This Thing That Men Call Death?”
    I would like to print it off a website if you can tell me where to find it.

  3. Thank you for your website!! I’m preparing a lesson this week for RS on “death.” I did a search for lds>death>hope and was led right to your site/blog. I found what I needed in President Hinckley’s poem and also the link to the mp3 downloads of the music.

    We are “retired” and moved from Utah to a little spot in the middle of nowhere on the north-central prairie of the US, just down from Canada. A radically different lifestyle and church life than Utah/Idaho. Our little branch in Dunseith, North Dakota, has 11 active adults, 2 YM, 3 YM and 7 primary. No active member lives in the town where the “chapel” is located and make roundtrip drive of anywhere between 30 and 90 miles each Sunday. Living in the “Mission Field” is not a play on words for the hearty band of saints! ;o)

    Again, thank you so much for your site.

  4. Welcome SlowPace! I am so glad that you were able to find what you were looking for.

    What an amazing opportunity you are experiencing in your new ND home. I am positive that the Lord sent you there for a reason. You and your husband are certainly having the opportunity to be modern pioneers and build the kingdom in that part of the globe. – God Bless!

  5. Dear Fellow LDS,

    Thank you for this website. Whenever I open this website we have in the church I feel blessed…

    The song you input I love to hear day by day of my life…

    Thank you again…

    Jessica

  6. Hi,

    I want to thank you, this page is wonderful and inspired… I love this song, Is the first time I heard it, but it’s really deeply.

    Im from Honduras and in this page i could find a lot of knowledge to me.

    God bless you,

    Josseline

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