Category Archives: Christian Music

A New Name, Written Down in Glory

I couldn’t post this when it happened, because his grandparents hadn’t been told yet (and they read my blog sometimes, and I didn’t want to give it away before he had a chance to tell them himself!).  Then other things … Continue reading

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“See the Tender Lamb Appears….”

“See the Tender Lamb appears, Promised from eternal years”

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Painting Clothes

Earlier this week, I did some painting.  I wore old clothes that already had been “decorated” during previous painting jobs. Today, I wore a coat and tie to church.  I didn’t wear them for painting, nor would I wear them … Continue reading

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“Remembered There Will Only Bring a Smile”

I was saddened to hear, a little over a week ago, of the passing of a pastor I’ve know for some years.  While we may not have been in entire agreement on everything, I knew his desire was to serve … Continue reading

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How Good is the God We Adore

Joseph Hart was an unbeliever.  He had periods in his life where he lived in outward sin, and periods where he lived an outwardly moral life but inwardly committed the sin of self-righteousness, trusting his own works to save him. … Continue reading

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“These Are the Facts”

The Christian faith is not based on feelings or nebulous philosophies, but on absolute facts. Continue reading

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Shepherd of Tender Youth

On Sunday, we had our annual testimony service.  In preparation for this service, everyone in the congregation can prepare a testimony of God’s working over the last year, and select a hymn for us to sing (which may or may … Continue reading

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