Category: Hymns

The Church Triumphant

Back To The Blessed Old Bible

To understand this hymn we first must understand that the term “Babel” refers to a place of confusion. Especially confusion induced by mankind’s struggle to dominate God. The Biblical background is found in the days following Noah’s flood. The people of earth thought that… Continue Reading “Back To The Blessed Old Bible”

Fellowship

What we have seen and heard we announce to you too, so that you may have fellowship with us (and indeed our fellowship is with the Father and with his Son Jesus Christ). 1 John 1:3

Go Forth

After this the Lord appointed seventy others and sent them on ahead of him in pairs to every town and place where he himself intended to go. Luke 10:1

We’re A Happy Pilgrim Band

Press The Battle On

Friends the movement of God should always be offensive not defensive! Today’s podcast explores an early hymn of joy and responsibility. Click play below to be encouraged. Forward, forward, is the battle cry,Onward, onward, to our home on high;We will conquer for the Lord… Continue Reading “Press The Battle On”

All Because We Do Not Love Them

This hymn paints the absolute necessity of missions on the heart of the hearer. Pastor Daniel O. Teasley wrote this hymn in 1910. We can see through his writing that Teasley understood the importance of the missionary heart and echoed the universal call of… Continue Reading “All Because We Do Not Love Them”

Sumaj Diosta Cantana Himnario #144 Christ Will Come Again

Some of Church of God congregations sing out of a hymnal that is printed in both Quechua and Spanish. During today’s podcast we reflect on the wonderful words of the 144th Spanish song. Timothy translated the words for your edification. “The angels sing with… Continue Reading “Sumaj Diosta Cantana Himnario #144 Christ Will Come Again”

Do We Well?

And when these lepers came to the uttermost part of the camp, they went into one tent, and did eat and drink, and carried thence silver, and gold, and raiment, and went and hid it; and came again, and entered into another tent, and… Continue Reading “Do We Well?”

Babel’s Fallen

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