According to vocabulary.com "The word requiem comes from the opening words of the Roman Catholic Mass for the Dead, which is spoken or sung in Latin (
According to vocabulary.com “The word requiem comes from the opening words of the Roman Catholic Mass for the Dead, which is spoken or sung in Latin (requies means “rest”). In a nonreligious context the word refers simply to an act of remembrance. Mozart, Brahms, and Dvořák have all written important requiems. The English composer Benjamin Britten wrote his famous “War Requiem” for the reconsecration of a cathedral that was destroyed in World War II”
Rev. Peter Unger does a wonderful job in his track entitled “Requiem for a weary soul”. The acoustic sound and country voice makes you remember times when your spirit was down but you were able to turn to the Almighty for strength and get over that weary time.
The song flows effortlessly through your soul just like water flowing in a river. When you listen to this “Requiem” you are definitely reminded of weary times but it also has the ability to relieve your soul of those times.
So if your soul is feeling weary or down, simply listen to this infectious tune by Rev. Peter Unger and let it take away your burdens. Click here to listen to it.