My Love Will Never Die
My favorite song for 2012 was “My Love Will Never Die,” written by Rod Stone of Anacortes, Washington for the 2012 stage production of Marching Through Culpeper.
On August 3, 2012, Virginia Morton’s historical novel “Marching Through Culpeper” debuted on stage for the first time ever in Culpeper, Virginia, the most marched across locale in America during the Civil War.
Here is “My Love Will Never Die” sung by John Matthew Flemming (Aaron Ames) and Maddison Hicks (Constance Armstrong) in the debut performance of the MTC musical.
This extraordinary musical production and the songs are fruit of five years of weekly group prayer, including two years with Pray Culpeper (2005-2007) and then three years of weekly MTC prayer conference calls.
Two of the love songs written by Rod Stone, My Love Will Never Die and Our Union Shall Be Strong, captured the attention of a California promoter (Dave Yancey) and one of Nashville’s top music arrangers (David Huntsinger) earlier this year. They were professionally recorded in Nashville on Feb 27 with a full orchestra, male and female vocalists, and a choir. These songs are now being marketed nationwide as wedding songs.
Yesterday my wife and I went to a beautiful wedding in Warrenton Virginia. While there, I was reminded me of My Love Will Never Die and a seed was planted for that song to be sung by Rod and Carrie Stone at my daughter’s upcoming wedding in August 2013.
Blessings to know God’s love will never die!
Joseph Peck, M.D.
The Time Doctor
Author, I Was Busy, Now I’m Not
SHARE YOUR VICTORIES below!
It is easy, fun, and will inspire others.
There is tremendous power in a testimony. “And they overcame him (the devil) by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony.” – Revelations 12:11
Poem by Hugh Traulsen
If you dare to care, then share!
If you share, pay heed!!
God will reward every good deed!!!