A little bit of nostalgia… and a little bit of praising the Lord

Learning From God's Word

This first video talks about all the things we did in childhood – and we’re, still, hear to tell the story!

As I watched this video, I was entertained, as I thought about how life was so very different when were growing up. There was something else that went through my mind: the words of the hymn, “Amazing Grace.”

“Through many dangers, toils and snares, I have already come; ’tis grace hath brought me safe thus far, and grace will lead me home.”

If you liked the little bit of nostalgia, here’s another video you might enjoy. When I came across this video, I thought No. 2s would be forgotten now, but I remembered nearly every one of them, and enjoyed listening to them, after all these years!

If you enjoyed reading the words of “Amazing Grace”, you’ll enjoy this next video.

Compare the songs of the sixties and the…

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Sometimes, God’s “No” means “Not now. Later”.

1 Chronicles 16:37-17:27 -  Sometimes, God’s “No” means “Not now. Later”. David wanted to build a Temple for the Lord. God said, “No” – ‘You shall not build Me a  House to dwell in’ (1-4). This was not God’s last Word on the matter – ‘one of your own sons… shall build a House for …

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Before our love for God, there is His love for us.

Exodus 20:1-20  -  God does not want to see sin in us (20). He wants to see Himself in us. Sin robs us of His great blessing. He wants to fill us with love (Mark 12:28-31; Galatians 5:14; 1 Corinthians 13:1-13). Before our love for Him, there is His love for us. He is the …

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So often, Lord, we get preoccupied with ourselves

Exodus 30:1-38 So often, Lord, we get preoccupied with ourselves. Our words say that You are more important than anyone else. Often, our lives tell a very different story - 'It's all about us. It's all about what pleases us.' How can we be changed? Lead us to the Cross of Your Son, Jesus. Show …

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