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Why is Music Such a Big Issue in the Church?

The Church Sings Apart from a few Christian leaders/denominations in history, the majority of churches have emphasized (and still do) some kind of “music and song” in each gathering. Whether it be led from a single organ, a 12-piece band, or a 75-person choir, church music is an essential component to each service. Why? Because…

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When the Writing is on the Wall

I ask you, will Canada exhaust the patience of God? Perhaps. I do know at what point in time God begins to right on the wall but that event comes to anyone and even to nations that will not repent. So we exhaust the patience of God when we no longer listen to his Word or his people.

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500 Years After the Reformation

In just one week, we will be celebrating the 500th anniversary of Luther’s nailing of the 95 thesis on the door of the Wittenberg Church. It is well to remember the history of what brought Luther to that point.

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Episode 093: Am I Singing Good Worship Songs? with Keith Getty

“Am I singing good worship songs?” For many, whatever they hear on the radio and whatever they sing at church is what they believe is “good” worship music – or at least the standard. Sadly, there is a good majority of songs we sing that actually don’t help us worship God at all. That’s why…

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Power & Humility

Daniel’s words of counsel are for every king, every president, and every prime minister and every human being who has been given power. Use your power to bless the poor and the oppressed and the needy.

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God Opposes the Proud

If you have accomplished anything in this life it is only because the one who lives forever and ever had willed it. The best way to avoid humiliation is to humble ourselves.

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And if Not

And there is the phrase the British papers used but if not or and if not. Regardless of how God decides to treat our situation whether it be miraculous deliverance or terrible suffering for us our gate is set. We are the people of God and would rather die as such than to be delivered from our present troubles and compromise our faith.

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