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Church Music in the Bible No. 2

CHURCH MUSIC IN THE BIBLE NO. 2

By Wayne S. Walker

     Some people get upset when a gospel preacher presents a sermon or writes an article on instrumental music in worship.  2,672 more words

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"I Know"

We often use the phrase “I Know.”  So does the Bible…

  1. For I know that my Redeemer lives” (Job 19:25). We sing this song, but do we really believe it?
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Criticizing The Critical!

WARNING: THE ONLY ACCEPTABLE CRITICISM IS TO CRITICIZE THOSE WHO CRITICIZE!

Does that make sense? This seems to be the case these days. It’s true that God hates “One who sows discord among brethren” (Proverbs 6:19b), but is this not speaking of those who stir up strife over personal opinions? 221 more words

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Believe and Be Lost!

Paul told the Philippian Jailer, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved, you and your household” (Acts 16:31). Many appeal to this verse in an effort to support the teaching that one is saved by “Faith alone.” But there are problems with this reasoning. 221 more words

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"For Obedience To The Faith"

Paul concludes the book of Romans by reminding his readers that the very purpose of the Gospel is to lead people to obedience (Read Romans 16:25-26). 370 more words

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Church Music in the Bible No. 1

CHURCH MUSIC IN THE BIBLE NO. 1

By Wayne S. Walker

     One of the most noticeable differences between the Lord’s church, commonly referred to as the church of Christ, and the majority of denominational churches is the lack of mechanical instruments of music in worship.  2,686 more words

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Who Has Seen The Wind?

“Who Has Seen The Wind?” is a simple children’s poem written by 19th Century Poet Christina Rossetti. In its simplicity, it states the profound truth that though some things can’t be seen with the human eye, their effects can be. 591 more words

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