Last Sunday night, I was blessed in many ways.

First of all, I attended a Selah concert with a very dear friend (THANK YOU to my hubby for keeping the kids at home!), and heard the most beautiful voices and music live. Their arrangements of old hymns were gorgeous, especially “It Is Well With My Soul,” which my hubby sang at his grandmother’s funeral last year. And they finished it all off with “You Raise Me Up” and “Amazing Grace.” I was in tears several times throughout the concert, but we also had plenty of smiles watching Allan play the piano! You can tell he loves what he is doing!

The second blessing was getting to see a friend who I go all the way back to elementary school with! Jess and I hadn’t seen each other in years, but have kept in touch through our blogs, Twitter and Facebook. Didn’t even know she and her mom would be at the concert, so it was a beautiful surprise! So good to see you Jess!

And the third, and biggest, blessing of the night was this lady…

Angie (wife of Todd from Selah) is a beautiful woman of God who has blogged her way through the heartbreaking loss of their baby girl Audrey. Bring the Rain has been a place of healing and inspiration for thousands of women and Angie was at the concert to speak about their experience. It was amazing to hear her share in person and cry along with her.

And cry we ALL did as they sang the song Selah wrote just for Audrey, along with a slideshow of the months before and hours after her birth – so powerful…

Angie claims she is not a gifted speaker, but trust me, she had a completely captive audience – crying, laughing (something about a deranged gopher…) and praising the Lord for His faithfulness and comfort – and for the little baby girl they are expecting later this year!

I had the privilege of meeting Angie afterwards and had such fun chatting with her – about our shared love for Seeds and getting to see each other again at Relevant in October!

If you haven’t read Audrey’s story – or Angie’s blog at all, for that matter – I strongly encourage you to head over there now to see God at work in this beautiful family.

It was a beautiful night.