Watch our February 26, 2023 adult Sunday school class taught by Tom Cantor from Matthew 27:27-32. Tom taught from the passage, and gave application, the gospel, and fulfillment of prophecy.
Palm Sunday Service – Watch on Rumble our April 10, 2022 Worship service.
This includes singing, announcements, special music of a medley of “Christ the Lord is Risen Today” by Charles Wesley and “The Hallelujah Chorus” by George Handel (arranged by Gail Smith). Next, a sermon by retired missionary Sam Burton on the Triumphal Entry of the Lord Jesus Christ and the Gospel.
The Triumphal Entry! Watch our April 10, 2022 Worship service, including singing, announcements, special music of a medley of “Christ the Lord is Risen Today” by Charles Wesley and “The Hallelujah Chorus” by George Handel (arranged by Gail Smith), and a sermon by retired missionary Sam Burton on the Triumphal Entry of the Lord Jesus Christ and the Gospel.
Sam started with “Hosanna, blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” Tom P. then read from Matthew 21:1-11 and Psalm 118. Sam then let us in the singing of the song “This is the Day That the Lord has Made” and then prayed. This was our Palm Sunday service. Sam top from this passage. He also referred to other passages such as Isaiah 6:1, Zechariah 9:9, Philippians 2:5-11, and the account of Jesus and Nathaniel in John Chapter 1. He gave application including with the fruit of the spirit from Galatians 5:22–23. Sam concluded with a gospel appeal from John 3:16 and following.
Next week will be our Easter Sunday service, Join Us!
For our 100th post, “For God So Loved” by the Liberated Wailing Wall (words and music by Stuart Dauermann).
This is the second song on their first album “Hineni!”
(and on page 285 of our hymnal, “Friendship with God Hymnal“)
Watch our August 27, 2021 Friday Family Night service, the last one for this year, including prayers, hymn singing, and the testimony of Jose. We started our online videos of Friday family night testimonies with one by one Jose, and we’re ending with one by another Jose! The verse he chose was Revelation 3:20.
We have Friday family nights for the summer months of July and August.
“The Wessex Gospels (also known as the West-Saxon Gospels) are a full translation of the four gospels of the Christian Bible into a West Saxon dialect of Old English.” These were translated between 990 A.D. and 1175 A.D. LINK
Here is John 3:16 in Old English from the Wessex Gospels, “God lufede middan-eard swa þæt he sealde hys akennedan sune þæt nan ne for-wurðe þe on hine ge-lefð. Ac habbe þt eche lyf.”
Here is John 3:16 from the King James Bible, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”
See how many words you can guess. I found it helped when I read it out loud. Also, “þ” in old English is the “th” sound. (I had to look that up.)
The Lord of the Rings fans will recognize the third word, the hyphenated one!