Saturday, September 30, 2006

Wonderful Christian Songs on YouTube

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From life without limbs to life without LIMITS!

A Remarkable Story of God's Grace...
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Wonderful song- -> The Power Of Your Love

Verse One:
Lord You come to me,
And as my heart is changed, released
This miracle of grace gently sets me free
And Lord I've come to know,
The weaknesses I see in me,
Will be stripped away
By the power of Your love.

You hold me close,
You've let Your love surround me,
For You've come near
To draw me to Your side.
And in Your life
I'm rising like the eagle
And I will soar with You
As Your spirit leads me on
In the power of Your love

Verse Two:
Lord unveil my eyes,
You let me see You face to face
In the knowledge of Your love
As You live, in me.
You renew my mind
As Your will unfolds in my life
In living every day
In the power of Your love

Verse Three:
Lord you've come to all
With hope that shines to light the way
As mercy soothes our souls, healing every heart.
Love that sees the tears
Overcomes our darkest fears
Grace that lifts us up
In the power of Your love

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Saturday, September 23, 2006

What is the moral of the story? :-)

A t-Shirt with holes in it, jeans, and no shoes was literally
Bill's wardrobe for his entire four years of college. He was
brilliant. Kind of esoteric and very, very bright. He became a
Christian while attending college. Across the street from the
campus was a well-dressed, very conservative church. They
wanted to develop a ministry to the students but were not
sure how to go about it.

One day Bill decided to go there. He walked in with no
shoes, jeans, his T-shirt, and wild hair. The service had
already started and so Bill walked down the aisle looking for a
seat. The church was completely packed and he couldn't find
a seat. By now, people were really looking a bit uncomfortable,
but no one said anything. Bill got closer and closer and closer
to the pulpit, and when he realized there were no seats, he
just sat down right on the carpet.

By now the people are really uptight, and the tension in
the air was thick. About that time, the minister realized
that from way at the back of the church, a deacon was slowly
making his way toward Bill. Now the deacon was in his
eighties, had silver-gray hair, and a three-piece suit. A godly
man, very elegant, very dignified, very courtly. He walked with
a cane and, as he started walking toward this boy, everyone
was saying to themselves that you can't blame him for what
he's going to do. How can you expect a man of his age and
of his background to understand some college kid on
the floor?

It took a long time for the man to reach the boy. The
church was utterly silent except for the clicking of the man's
cane. All eyes were focused on him. You couldn't even hear
anyone breathing. The minister couldn't even preach the
sermon until the deacon did what he had to do. And now
they saw this elderly man drop his cane on the floor. With
great difficulty, he lowered himself and sat down next to Bill,
smiles, shakes his hand, and worshiped with him so he
won't be alone.

Everyone choked up with emotion. When the minister
regained control, he said, "What I'm about to preach, you
will never remember. What you have just seen, you will
never forget."

Friday, September 22, 2006

What Gives Life Meaning After the First Million?

Becoming a millionaire by age 35 and then retiring pretty much sums up the American dream for many young entrepreneurs. However, what do you do for a second act? And what gives your life meaning once the quest for financial security and personal fulfillment has been attained? Read On...

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Rosh Hashanah is coming!

22 September 2006 (Elul 29, 5766, at sundown) is Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Also called Yom Teru’ah (the Feast of Trumpets), this sacred time has prophetic significance, since it commemorates both the creation of the universe by Adonai, as well as the “calling up” of the new creation at the behest of Yeshua (Jesus), when the sound of the heavenly shofar inaugurates the anticipated End of Days (1 Cor 15:51-54; 1 Thessalonians 4:15-18).

Since the first advent of Yeshua fulfilled all of the spring mo’edim (appointed times) to the smallest of details, I believe that His second advent portends similar fulfillment as revealed in the fall mo’edim. After the summer of harvest (John 4:35), the very first fall festival on the Jewish calendar is Yom Teru’ah, which is a picture of the “catching away” of kallat Mashiach (the Bride of Christ) for the time of Sheva Berachot (seven “days” of blessing) that the tzaddikim (righteous ones) will experience before the Great Tribulation and Yom Adonai - the terrible Day of the Lord.

Lord, help us to be ready for your SOON return! Maran Atah, Yeshua!

Saturday, September 09, 2006

The Holy Alphabet

A-lthough things are not perfect
B-ecause of trial or pain
C-ontinue in thanksgiving
D--o not begin to blame

E-ven when the times are hard
F-ierce winds are bound to blow
G-od is forever able
H-old on to what you know

I-magine life without His love
J-oy would cease to be
K-eep thanking Him for all the things
L-ove imparts to thee

M-ove out of "Camp Complaining"
N-o weapon that is known
O-n earth can yield the power
P-raise can do alone

Q-uit looking at the future
R-edeem the time at hand
S-tart every day with worship
T-o "thank" is a command

U-ntil we see Him coming
V-ictorious in the sky
W-e'll run the race with gratitude
X-alting God most high

Y-es, there'll be good times and yes some will be bad, but...
Z-ion waits in glory...where none are ever sad!