Great Hymns of the Church Sung in Church for Generations including... A Mighty Fortress is our God Be Thou My Vision All Creatures of Our God and King O Sacred Head Now Wounded
Great Hymns of the Christian Faith Sung in Church for Generations. A Mighty Fortress is our God Be Thou My Vision All Creatures of Our God and King O Sacred Head Now Wounded
What do you do when your dreams are shattered, when disillusionment and despair flood in and overwhelm you? We see through the eyes of others who openly share their journey home.
After four hundred years of failing to trust the Divine King, His people asked for a king just like the nations. I Samuel shows us what happened when the ancient church was given a king that looked perfect on the outside but did not have a heart for the True King. Yet, the Lord did not abandon them but found another king, a man after His own heart, a king who could show them a better picture of the Heavenly King, the Promised King, the King who was to come. Six segments, approximately 15 minutes each.
II Timothy is possibly the very last letter that the great apostle Paul ever wrote. We come to the end of the thrilling life of a man who had served Jesus with all his heart, mind, soul and strength. It is clear that this letter was written when Paul was a prisoner. What would be his final instruction to the Church?
Featured guest is Dr. K. P. Yohannan, Director of Gospel for Asia and author of more than 200 books. In the book of 2 Corinthians, the Apostle Paul tells what it really means to serve the church.
The Book of Daniel shows us how to hold onto the reality of Christ in a world that we don't control, a world that is full of values and assumptions that are hostile to the ways of the Living God.
The book of Ephesians is the most thorough and wide-ranging account of what it means to be the Church, in the New Testament. The Ephesian Christians lived in the shadow of the massive temple to Artemis, as we read in Acts 19. That 'wonder of the ancient world' must have dominated not only the skyline but also the thinking of the city. Ephesus was a city full of spiritual darkness and occult power. Book by Book: Study Guide The joy of meeting Jesus in all the Scriptures by Paul Blackham