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The parables of Jesus are ordinary stories with extra-ordinary lessons that expose the superficiality of our faith and values. Jesus—with a penetrating understanding of human nature—shows us the foolishness of seeing life from our limited worldly perspective, and ignoring what God sees and values. These parables teach us how not …
If we wish to walk with God, we must get beyond good intentions. This series of messages explains practical steps on how to live from within, developing a growing relationship with God. Each message helps us learn how to pay attention to the most important part of our souls, which …
Worship is the means that we use to come into God’s presence.
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Churches and radio stations are switching from hymns (with piano, organ, and orchestra) to contemporary Christian music (guitars, drums, electronic …
Well you know, Jack, I’m smart enough not to give a very specific answer to your question.
The matter of …
God is always teaching us—enlarging our understanding of who He is.
Imagine losing ten children in a single day, along with your health and all your possessions, without any reason to hope for a recovery. Three of your friends come to give you comfort, but they only add to your misery! In these messages, we walk in Job’s sandals, feel his …
We cannot know the glory of God except through Jesus.
We’ve sung the words a thousand times: “O come, all ye faithful, joyful and triumphant… O come let us adore Him.” We envy the shepherds who actually saw the baby Jesus, and returned with a message of joy that pierced the midnight air. We can’t join them in Bethlehem, but thankfully, we can adore Jesus right where we are, for today He is at the right hand of the Father. That’s why the invitation is to all of us—“O come let us adore Him.” But how do we “adore Him?” “This people honor me with their lips … Read More >
This word which is translated “Praise ye the Lord,” occurs, as I have counted, twenty-four times in the Book of Psalms, and four times in the nineteenth chapter of Revelation making twenty-eight times altogether in the Bible. In the Psalms it is the Hallelujah of earth and in Revelation it is the Hallelujah of heaven. It is a word which cannot be translated by one word in any other language, and is, therefore, transferred. It is the same in Greek, Latin, German, French, Italian, Dutch and English. It looks as if all nations were practicing for the Hallelujah chorus … Read More >
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I’m bothered by applause after music in worship services.
Not because the music isn’t superb, but because we are applauding …
Robert, I really do think that you have a point and yet, at the same time, I personally cannot tell …