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June Song of the Month: Let the Nations Be Glad

[1] May God be gracious to us and bless      us and make his face to shine upon us,        Selah[2] that your way may be known on earth,      your saving power among all nations.[3] Let the peoples praise you, O God;     let all the peoples praise you! [4] Let the nations be glad and sing for joy,     ...

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Jude: Some Related Articles

Suggested articles for further reading on the subject of the past Sunday's sermon....

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A Sheepish Tale

Once upon a time, there was a pack of wolves. Not just any pack of wolves, but the most vicious and deadly pack of wolves ever to roam the countryside. They had ruled the land unopposed for countless generations, chasing down the fastest of the rabbits, outsmarting the smartest of the foxes, bringing down the most majestic of the elk, laughing in the face of the grizzliest...

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Beauty and the Beast

At first glance the story of Esther looks like an ancient version of Beauty and the Beast. But this is no fairytale story of a poor, Jewish girl falling in love with Prince Charming. There’s nothing romantic about the story of Xerxes and Esther. Rather, it is a dark and uncomfortable tale of abduction and even abuse. The king’s men scour the empire for its fair...

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May Song of the Month: Come, Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy

My favorite song for the start of a worship service is also this month's Song of the Month:  "Come, Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy."  Maybe you're used to thinking of this as a song of invitation.  And it probably has been used most often at the end of a sermon or evangelistic service, sung while waiting for people to come forward. But for me, this old hymn is ...

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