Let the Lower Lights Be Burning

Yesterday we were able to visit a lighthouse, and we enjoyed our time there. Over the last month or two, “Let the Lower Lights be Burning,” hymn has been a favorite of the family. The lighthouse was also a museum, and on the lower level, there was an older family room, which included an organ, and there was the hymn history of that song.

Let the Lower Lights Be Burning
Let the Lower Lights Be Burning
View from the top
View from the top
A picture from the top of the lighthouse.
A picture from the top of the lighthouse.
Mom and Dad
Mom and Dad
Mary and Anna
Mary and Anna
A family picture in front of the lighthouse.
A family picture in front of the lighthouse.

Sarah for the rest

6 thoughts on “Let the Lower Lights Be Burning”

  1. Waving to you from Nova Scotia! Isn’t PEI beautiful, with all the red dirt?

    It has been fun following the blog of your trip up north – we’ve taken that trip several times. We won’t be in NB this weekend, but my friend Kristen is really looking forward to hosting your family conference. Hope you enjoy your stay, and meeting with Maritimers! 🙂

  2. Oh, what another beautiful family picture! I love lighthouses, but I’ve never had the opportunity to tour one. We have a summer trip to Maine planned for next year, so hopefully we will get to do so then.

    Sarah, we just received your Moody family books the other day for our daughters, ages 6 and 10. I wanted something wholesome to read aloud at bedtime, and I started with Book 1, Summer With the Moodys. They are really enjoying the story and always beg for me to read “one more chapter”! Just thought I would let you know! 🙂

  3. Gosh, I just love traveling with your family! Thanks so much for all the beautiful photos! As much as our country is in turmoil right now, it is especially encouraging and refreshing and enlightening to see happy people. God is so good. Thanks for always reminding us of that.

  4. And, I just realized I forgot to say this:

    There are so many photos here worth framing, but perhaps the best one in my eyes is the one of Teri and Steve gazing from the lighthouse. My goodness, that’s just so spiritual and brings joy to my heart. As personal as it must me, I want to thank you so much for sharing it.

  5. Thank you for taking the time to post so many beautiful pictures! They have truly brightened my day and how I always stand in awe of our loving, mighty Creator!
    What wonderful family photos….Have a blessed day and know we are praying for you!
    love,
    Jaynee

  6. Do you have a copy that is readable or a source for the paper you are shown holding at the lighthouse in Cleveland.It gives a little more detail about the ship going upon the rocks when it missed the lower lightss
    Thank you Bruce
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    If clicking on the picture wasn’t enough, then I don’t think we can do any better. I’m sorry.

    Steve

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