Here is a song we sang Sunday. O Worship the King! The song praises the Lord Jesus Christ as Maker, Defender, Redeemer, and Friend. Traditional Christian hymns contain doctrine from scripture. The music serves as a framework to lift the words in praise to God. This song is a great example of what a hymn … More O Worship The King
Ps 86:15 But thou, O Lord, art a God full of compassion, and gracious, longsuffering, and plenteous in mercy and truth. Maybe it is enough today just to thank God for who he is rather than for what He has done. But He has done alot! It’s been a good year. Most weeks you would … More But thou, O Lord..
Tonight I am going to do another lesson on the scriptures. Last month I did a lesson on the how the Bible was written. Tonight I will be talking about how Satan through the centuries has attacked the word of God. Last month we had about 20 in attendance and over 100 online viewers. Because … More Yea, Hath God Said?
Tonight I have the opportunity to teach a favorite topic of mine: Finding God’s Word In The New Age. Brother and sister Overman have set up this meeting in their house and have invited many friends. It should be a good time of learning and fellowship. I first taught this 1o hour plus seminar over … More Pure Words…
What a verse! As I read this verse a few months ago, I saw some interesting things concerning the authority and translation of God’s Word and His desire to proclaim His word to all the world. 1) Authority Comes From The Author: The “authority” of the inscription is NOT from the language used, but from … More THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS