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What a great word of testimonyJoshua Aaron, Andrzej Lampert (Poland) and Wayne Ellington (England) in singing "How Great is our God" in Hebrew, English & Polish at World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland.
A million voices in harmony and testimony, there is hope for this world. Halleluyah !!!
why good enough is not good enoughI grew up in a medium sized town in the Netherlands, called Vlaardingen.
My parents were Salvationist (member of the church of the Salvation Army) and i followed in their footsteps.
Within the Salvation Army Corps, as the churches are called, the hymns and choir are accompanied by a brass band.
As the Salvation Army in the past, and still in some places goes and marches down the street to have an open air church service, this brass band plays an integral part in its ministry.
It makes a lot of sense to have a band like that, as it is impossible to take a church organ apart and carry it along with you to that open air meeting.
A warm and welcoming Shalom to Pastor Emachafor Chidozie, who will be contributing and translating for and to Eagle Wings Charismatic Ministries International.
Pastor Chidozie comes from Obazu Mbieri, in Mbaitoli, IMO State Nigeria and has through his faitfulness and persistance shown to be a true and great folower of our Lord and Savior Yeshua Ha'mashiach.
Yeshua the Lamb of God
The Community of Israel Required A Lamb
Erroneous anti-Semitic doctrine says the Jewish people killed Jesus. In much of Europe during World War II, Jewish people were not permitted to live—for no reason except they were Jewish. They were called “Christ-killers.” This concept was not new. This erroneous theology that the Jewish people had killed Jesus began in the early Church.
But is this true?
Matthew 20:19 says He would be turned “over to the Gentiles to be mocked and flogged and crucified. On the third day he will be raised to life!”
Did the Gentiles kill Yeshua?
A very Long dayIt has been a very long day.
This morning at 5 am 1st Lady and I planned to go to the gym, but when I picked up my phone, aarrggghh it was dead, empty, no power.
We use our phones for our workout music, to keep track of our steps etc. etc.
OK, in that case I better get to work, so work started and the first email was out at 5 passed 5.
Worked until 3 PM with a short lunch break, after which church work started, and not at 7 PM I am still at it.
Joyce, on Family and Friends
Today I like to share the following with you.
A true word, and one to take heed.
© Family and Friends, a true word.
From all of us to all of youHAPPY NEW YEAR
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Joshua AaronJoshua has had the attention of my wife and I for a number of years now, and it only gets better.
A great musician, highly anointed psalmist and a person who just has that easy to connect with personality.
The Song we post here, Hosiana is a song of intercession for Israel and all the nations.
The Lyrics follow below the video.
For those not familiar with the Hebrew language.
When Girl With Winning Score is Denied Title, Runner-up Offers Trophy: ‘I didn’t win, you did’
It may be the 21st century, but this archaic golf tournament rule said that Emily Nash could not be given a trophy or award for her score – even though she played better than all the boys.
The 16-year-old was allowed to compete on the Lunenburg High School boy’s team in the Central Mass Division 3 Boys’ Golf Tournament in Lunenburg, Massachusetts earlier this week. But in spite of being able to contribute to the team’s score, she could not be recognized as an individual player.
Emily only realized this after she achieved the best score – 3-over-par – but was denied the title. The trophy was instead awarded to Nico Ciolino of AMSA Charter School, who finished four strokes behind Emily.
Ciolino, however, didn’t want the trophy – instead, he offered it to Emily.