A spontaneous time of worship with vocals and guitar by Rebekah Davis.
Live reading, discussion, and Q&A on the book of Matthew chapters 14 through 18.
Live reading, discussion, and Q&A on the book of Matthew chapters 12 through 13.
This is one of my favorite songs. I always used to tell people that this is the song I want to be sung at my funeral. I later discovered that this is also the song my dad wants played at his funeral. So I thought it was a good song to put out on Father’s Day. Happy Father’s Day, Dad!
Come, Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy
Music arranged and produced by Sam Hashemi
Vocals by Rebekah Davis and Sam Hashemi
Video by Jeremy and Rebekah Davis
Original song by Joseph Hart (1759)
Come, ye sinners, poor and needy,
Weak and wounded, sick and sore;
Jesus ready stands to save you,
Full of pity, love and pow’r.
Come, ye weary, heavy-laden,
Lost and ruined by the fall;
If you tarry till you’re better,
You will never come at all.
I will arise and go to Jesus,
He will embrace me in His arms;
In the arms of my dear Savior,
Oh, there are ten thousand charms.
View Him prostrate in the garden;
On the ground your Maker lies;
On the bloody tree behold Him;
Sinner, will this not suffice?
Lo! the incarnate God ascended,
Pleads the merit of His blood:
Venture on Him, venture wholly,
Let no other trust intrude.
What does Matthew 5:17-19 mean? Jesus seems to be teaching that we must follow all the laws of Moses, including the very least of them. Are Christians required to follow all the 612 laws of Moses? This teaching of Jesus must be interpreted in light of his death and resurrection. Romans 7 says that we died to the law through the body of Christ. This video explains how Romans 7 helps us interpret Matthew 5:17-19.
Join us on Wednesday, June 24th 2020 at 5 pm GMT (12 pm US Central Time) as we read and discuss the book of Matthew together on live stream.
Live reading, discussion, and Q&A on the book of Matthew chapters 5 through 9.
In light of the continued police brutality in the U.S., systemic inequality, racism, and injustice worldwide, join us at 8 pm Central Time in the U.S. on Sunday, 7 June 2020 (1 am GMT on Monday 8 June) for a time of prayer for justice, equality, unity, and peace.
Reading and discussion of the Book of Genesis chapters 45 through 50.