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The cross in Ammon, Idaho

A Christian electrician did some trouble shooting and got this cross lit up again.  A beautiful sight for us Ammonites.

At the conclusion of the service this morning with the Berean church family, we sang “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross”.  89 more words


Now sinners, dry your tears

Hymn 104

Raise your triumphant songs
To an immortal tune;
Let the wide earth resound the deeds
Celestial grace has done.

Sing how eternal love… 111 more words


You May Heal Your Wounds

Hymn 103
Meter: C. M.
Christ’s commission.
(John 3:16, 17)

Come, happy souls, approach your God
With new melodious songs;
Come, tender to almighty grace… 117 more words


Davies — Worship and Theology in England (3)

Davies, Horton. Worship and Theology in England: From Watts and Wesley to Maurice, 1690–1850. Worship and Theology in England, 3. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1961.

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6 Reasons You Should Learn to Pray

Why should you spend time learning how to pray?  That’s a question Isaac Watts wanted to answer a few hundred years ago.  Best known for his… 1,424 more words

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We are not worms, we're children of God

One of the songs I do not like singing in worship is Isaac Watts’ “Alas! and Did My Savior Bleed.” The song as originally written really helps us feel as wicked as possible and even compares us to a worm. 1,469 more words


To God the Only Wise

To God the only wise,
Our Savior and our King,
Let all the saints below the skies
Their humble praises bring.

’Tis His almighty love, 80 more words

Isaac Watts