No Tinge of Regret (2/13/22) | Music & the Spoken Word

[music playing] ANNOUNCER: The Tabernacle
Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square present
Music and the Spoken Word. (SINGING) Praise ye,
praise the Savior's reign. For the Sabbath's come again. That man may rest,
that man may rest. Ah. ANNOUNCER: Conducting
today's program are Mack Wilberg
and Ryan Murphy, with organist Andrew
Unsworth, and the spoken word by Lloyd Newell. [MUSIC – "SAINTS BOUND FOR
HEAVEN"] (SINGING) Our bondage it shall
end by and by, by and by. Our bondage it
shall end by and by. From Egypt's yoke set free,
hail the glorious jubilee, and to Canaan we'll return
by and by, by and by, and to Canaan we'll
return by and by. Our Deliv'rer he shall come
by and by, by and by, our Deliv'rer he shall
come by and by. And the sorrows have an end,
with our three-score years and ten, and vast glory crown
the day by and by, by and by, and vast glory crown
the day by and by. And when to Jordan's floods
we are come, we are come, and when to Jordan's
floods we are come, Jehovah rules the tide, and
the waters He'll divide, and the ransomed host
shall shout, we are come, we are come, and the ransomed
host shall shout, we are come.

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Then with all the happy throng
we'll rejoice, we'll rejoice. And with all the happy
throng we'll rejoice. Shouting glory to our King,
till the vaults of Heaven ring, and through all eternity
we'll rejoice, we'll rejoice, and through all
eternity we'll rejoice. Shouting glory to our King,
till the vaults of heaven ring, and through all eternity
we'll rejoice, we'll rejoice, and through all eternity
we'll rejoice, we'll rejoice, we'll rejoice, we'll rejoice. [music – "look at the world"] (SINGING) Look at the world,
everything all around us. Look at the world,
and marvel every day. Look at the world, so
many joys and wonders. So many miracles along our way. Praise to Thee, oh
Lord, for all creation. Give us thankful hearts that
we may see all the gifts we share and every blessing,
all things come of Thee. Look at the earth, bringing
forth fruits and flower. Look at the sky, the
sunshine and the rain. Look at the hills, look at the
trees and mountains, valley and flowing river,
field and plain.

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Praise to Thee, oh
Lord, for all creation. Give us thankful hearts that we
may see, all the gifts we share and every blessing, all
things come of Thee. Think of the spring, think
of the warmth of summer, bringing the harvest
before the winter's cold. Everything grows,
everything has a season, till it is gathered
to the Father's fold. Praise to Thee, oh
Lord, for all creation. Give us thankful hearts that
we may see all the gifts we share and every blessing,
all things come of Thee. Every good gift, all
that we need and cherish, comes from the Lord
in token of His love. We are his hands, stewards
of all his bounty. His is the earth, and
his the heavens above. Praise to Thee, oh
Lord, for all creation, give us thankful hearts that
we may see all the gifts we share and every blessing,
all things come of Thee.

All things come of Thee. [ORGAN SOLO – "ALL THINGS BRIGHT
AND BEAUTIFUL"] [MUSIC – GEORGE FRIDERIC
HANDEL, "LIFT UP YOUR HANDS" FROM "MESSIAH"] (SINGING) Lift up your heads,
oh ye gates, and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors, and the
King of Glory shall appear. Who is this King of Glory? This King of Glory? Who is this King of Glory? Who is this King of Glory? The Lord strong
and might, the Lord strong and mighty, the
Lord mighty in battle. Lift up your heads, oh ye
gates, and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors. And the King of
Glory shall come in. And the King of
Glory shall come in.

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Who is this King of Glory? Who is this King of Glory? Who is this King of Glory? The Lord of hosts. The Lord of hosts. He is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. The Lord of hosts, he
is the King of Glory. The Lord of hosts, he
is the King of Glory. The Lord of hosts, he
is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. The Lord of hosts, the Lord
of hosts, the Lord of hosts, the Lord of hosts, the Lord
of hosts, the Lord of hosts, the Lord of hosts, he
is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. He is the King of Glory. The Lord of hosts, the Lord
of hosts, the Lord of hosts, the Lord of hosts the Lord of
hosts, he is the King of Glory, the King of Glory.

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He is the King of Glory. He is the King of
Glory, of Glory. [MUSIC – "HIS VOICE AS THE
SOUND"] (SINGING) His voice as the
sound of the dulcimer sweet, is heard through the
shadows of death. The cedars of Lebanon
bow at His feet, the air is perfumed
with His breath. His lips as the fountain
of righteousness flow, that waters
the garden of grace, from which their
salvation the Gentiles shall know, and bask in
the smile of His face. Love sits in His eyelids
and scatters delight through all the bright
regions on high. Their faces the Cherubim
veil in His sight, and tremble with
fullness of joy. He looks, and ten
thousands of angels rejoice, and myriads
wait for His word. He speaks and eternity
filled with His voice, re-echoes the
praise of her Lord. He looks and ten thousands
of angels rejoice, and myriads wait for His word. He speaks and eternity
filled with His voice, re-echoes the
praise of her Lord. Re-echoes the
praise of her Lord. [organ playing] For many people, life
is filled with busyness. There's nothing inherently
wrong, of course, with being busy. But it's also not inherently
a virtue, especially when the pursuits that
keep us so busy do not reflect our
deepest values.

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Religious leader
Thomas S Monson once said, "Were we to step back and
take a good look at what we're doing, we may find that
we have immersed ourselves in the thick of thin things. Too often we spend
most of our time taking care of the things
which do not really matter much at all in the
grand scheme of things, neglecting those more
important causes." We've all mistaken the
meaningless for the meaningful from time to time. Some things that seem
so urgent turn out in retrospect to be
mere distractions. How do we know the difference
between what matters and what doesn't? There isn't one right answer. But a little poem
by an anonymous poet suggests some wise guidance. "I have wept in the night
for the shortness of sight, that to somebody's
need made me blind. But I never have yet
felt a tinge of regret for being a little too kind." Kindness is always
the right thing to do. Kind is always the
right way to be.

So many around us need our
encouragement and support, our care and kindness. So many carry burdens
that are unseen, not because they are hidden,
but because we aren't looking. Kindness lets people know that
they are seen, they do matter. That may not remove
their burden, but it can definitely give
them the courage and strength to keep trying. That's what you're doing when
you act on a kind thought. And the world can't
get too much kindness. When we look back
on the choices we've made at the end of the day
and at the end of our lives, we'll surely notice
times when we were not at our best, words we
wish we could take back, situations we wish we
would have handled better.

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We can't rewrite the past. But the future is
still unwritten. It's not too late to err
on the side of kindness. Because one thing is
certain, we will never feel a tinge of regret for
being a little too kind. [music – "love one another"] (SINGING) As I haved loved
you, love one another. This new commandment,
love one another. By this shall man know,
ye are my disciples. If ye have love one to another. By this shall man know,
ye are my disciples. If ye have love, one to another. If ye have love, one to another. [MUSIC – JEAN SIBELIUS, "ON
GREAT LONE HILLS"] (SINGING) On great lone
hills, where tempests brood and gather, primeval
Earth against primeval sky, we faring forth, possessed
by fervent longing, have found a throne,
eternal and high, have knelt at last in
wordless adoration, when fire and whirlwind have gone on by. With ardent song we
greet the golden morning. By faith upborne,
remember not the night. The whole wide world,
triumphant hails the dawning. God walks abroad in
garments of might, the hills, behold,
are now a path of splendor, transfigured all,
and all crowned with light.

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The hills, behold,
are now all crowned with light, crowned with light. [organ playing] ANNOUNCER: This
performance continues the 93rd year of
continuous broadcasting of this historic program. Please join us next time for
Music and the Spoken Word. Until we meet again, may
peace be with you, this day and always. (SINGING) God be with
you till we meet again. By his counsel's
guide uphold you. With his sheep
securely fold you. God be with you
till we meet again..

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