Nehemiah 9:5,6 by D’Lissa Iannucci Calls Us to Smile

by Sister Julie Ann on August 1, 2012

In these August summer days when we can’t help but be moved with waves of gratitude for Sister Water, Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity offer a free music download of  Nehemiah 9:5,6 by D’Lissa Iannucci, friend of our Sisters serving at St. Theresa Parish, Kekaha, HI.

Click here and enjoy an ocean view and learn more about the life of a Franciscan Sister in this environment.

Comment from D’Lissa Iannucci

I love this portion of scripture in Nehemiah, it humbles me and gives me proper perspective as I come before Him in worship.  Whether seeking His guidence, His forgiveness for my shortcomings or simply coming in grateful worship; Nehemiah 9: 5,6 reminds me that from the highest heavens to the depths of the sea… He is God Almighty, Creator of every living thing. I can rest in Him.

Side note:  There was a light rain falling as we recorded this song in the studio on Kauai, and in perfect timing as we ended, it was as though the Lord opened His floodgates of heaven and the rain came down like a waterfall.  We all sat there in awe and amazement, it felt like the Lord was pouring His pleasure and blessing upon us. If you listen closely at the end, you will hear it.  smile.  May He pour His good pleasure and blessing upon each of you.

About D’Lissa

I (D’lissa Iannucci) was born in Hawaii and raised on Kauai. I am married to Tom Iannucci, the Pastor of Breath of Life Christian Ministries on Kauai. We began the church 15 years ago a few months after my husband bought me my first guitar for my  birthday. Since there were only  5 of us, my best friend Dondi, daughter of the late- great Don Ho and I became the worship team. I only knew a few chords and so after playing the 3 songs I knew- too many times, I desperately began to write my own worship songs to the Lord. BIG SMILE. It’s been 15 years and about a hundred songs later…God has been FAITHFUL! My songs are simple and straight from my heart. I don’t see myself as a musician…I am a worshiper of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Websites

http://www.wix.com/dlissa/sarah

http://www.tunecore.com/music/dlissa_sarah

Note: order D’ Lissa’s worship songs through both of these sites via iTunes or you’ll receive a hard copy if you want to order through her website.

9 thoughts on “Nehemiah 9:5,6 by D’Lissa Iannucci Calls Us to Smile”

  1. Sister Mary Ann says:

    D’Lissa, thank you so much for sharing your beautiful, peace-filled prayer song and music! “Blessed be His glorious Name!”

  2. Smaryfrances says:

    Thank you for your prayerful song…We worship you, Oh God, in all of your splendor and glory. 

  3. Scriach says:

    I really like D’Lissa’s song. It spoke to my heart and I joined her in praising our gracious God. The photos from Kauai were a memory trip for me. Thank you for sharing your gift of worship through song with us.

  4. Sr. Delores says:

    The song is beautiful and the pictures are gorgeous.  They are a meditation.  God is using you in a wonderful way.

  5. What a powerful/gentle reminder of God’s greatness. The music and photos are exceptional!

  6. Sister Kathleen says:

    How simply beautiful! Just like Kaua’i! It may not have all the night spots and theme parks, but it’s real beauty is straight from the hand of God. Thanks for highlighting God’s fingerprints on Kaua’i with your beautiful song! It made me a bit homesick!

  7. dlissa_sarah says:

    Thank you so much! Kauai is full of the Lord’s fingerprints, I love that!!! Bless you Sister Kathleen! You too are a highlight of God’s fingerprint!!! BIG SMILE.

  8. dlissa_sarah says:

    Thank you all so much for your comments…I am so blessed!! Each one of you said things that my heart felt when writing this song. He reveals His power and beauty best in SIMPLICITY, so may we not over complicate things…BIG SMILE.
    Much love and aloha to you in JESUS,
    D’Lissa

  9. Sister June says:

    I love the pictures and song! It is gentle and causes me to pause and Praise the Lord.

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