Psalm 19 is a praise psalm. It unveils God in an amazing way and declares His glory through creation and the Word.
The psalms are a place where we can come as we are and bear our souls to God… without fear of rejection. They give us permission to express ourselves honestly.
Jesus is found on every page of the Bible and especially in the psalms. Take a minute to remember all that He is and give thanks.
Wherever we are, whatever our need, Jesus is there. In the waiting , in the searching, in the healing, in the hurting, Jesus is there.
He’s indescribable—He’s incomprehensible—He’s invincible—He’s irresistible. You can’t outlive Him, and you can’t live without Him.
On the cross on Mt. Calvary, Jesus shed His pure blood for you and for me. Thank Him for the death He died, so we can live.
Our most popular video with 2 million views & thousands of comments. The bagpipes proclaim the grace of God in this moving tribute to wartime heroes.
“…words cannot repay the debt we owe these men…As we honor their memory today, let us pledge that their lives, their sacrifices, their valor shall be justified and remembered for as long as God gives life to this nation.” — Ronald Reagan, May 31, 1982
William Cowper (1731 – 1800) was an English poet and hymn writer. His life was tragic, but his beautiful hymns live on and are sung today.
You can have many children. Even many spouses. And although many women can mother you, only one gave you life and is your true mother.
Isaac Watts is best remembered as a prolific hymn writer, and for his hymn “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross.”
Charles Wesley was a theologian, evangelist, and hymn writer. One of his hymns, Christ the Lord is Risen Today, is sung every Easter.
The crowds hailed Jesus as He entered Jerusalem, saying, Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the LORD! As He drew near, He saw the city and wept over it. (Luke 19:38,41)
John Newton was the captain of slave ships and an investor in the slave trade. Later in life, He was converted and became an Anglican priest and an abolitionist.
Robert Robinson wrote “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing,” at age 22 after converting to Methodism. But what’s the rest of his story?
When we are afraid, when we make mistakes, when we’re broken, when we offend, when we do harm… what can love do?
There’s always been a war between faith and fear. In this decade it seems that fear winning the battle. Is it?
Eschatology is the study of end times. Both the Bible and the Quran have end-times prophecies. So how do they differ?
Watch another beautiful rendition of the beloved hymn, How Great Thou Art, by Jennifer Nettles and John Glossen on the TV show.
A beautiful acoustic rendition of the beloved hymn, How Great Thou Art, by popular Christian artist Lauren Daigle.
Dr. Martin Luther King, in his most famous speech, titled, “I Have a Dream,” quoted two Old Testament prophets…
"Auld Lang Syne" is a song of Scottish origin. "Syne" is pronounced with a "z" (zyne) and the word "auld" means "old." The song's lyrics come from the text of a poem written by Robert Burns in 1788. A year later, it was set to music and became a tradition to bid...
Luke 2:12 And this shall be a sign unto you; you shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.
This song is incredibly moving and theologically encouraging. Pause and ponder the words. Find hope and joy at Christmas and year ’round.
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What a warning! Is America sleeping? When Jesus returns, those who slumber will be left behind. Pause to consider the importance of “seeing” and knowing Jesus.
We ponder the question of what Mary knew as she held baby Jesus in her arms and looked into the eyes of the Light of the World.
There are seasons of tranquility and seasons of trouble. But in all seasons we can have peace, for our joy is in the Lord.
We’ve all been there, or are there now. Times of trouble, days of darkness, the sun doesn’t shine through the clouds of despair. But there is hope…
Most Christians know Martin Luther was a great theologian and he started the Reformation. But few know that he was the writer of many hymns.
Rock of ages, cleft for me, Let me hide myself in Thee. Let the water and the blood…Cleanse me from its guilt and power.
The answer to all suffering is to Cry Out to Jesus. Remember, our God is with us and His mercy endures forever. In our suffering, He is a very present help and our hope for the future.
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Watch as John Wayne takes you on a journey from coast-to-coast and shares 24 reasons to love America.
“The Obsolete Man” (The Twilight Zone) has a prophetic message. Is logic an enemy? Truth a menace? See what can happen when power corrupts.
“Sometimes fears can hide your vision. The loss of purpose chains you down.” God says it’s “not by power, not by might, but by My Spirit…”
You only have one MOM! Pause to thank God for her and the life and love she has given you. Let this tribute remind you of God’s gift of Mother.
Learn the names of God that are found in Psalm 23. This short teaching uncovers 11 names in The Great Shepherd Psalm. Find them now!
The centurion heard Jesus speak from the cross. When Jesus took His last breath, he proclaimed “surely this was a righteous man.” Luke 23:47
The Bible tells us that Judas was lost (John 17:12). Therefore, we know he’s in Hell. So what might Judas be thinking in Hell?
Put yourself at the foot of the cross when Jesus was crucified. The words of an old Negro Spiritual will take you there.
On Palm Sunday, the people cried out, “Blessed be the King.” If they had not the stones would have cried out Hosannah.
On March 11, 2020, Covid-19 was declared a pandemic. Watch this short video and reflect on what the world has experienced.
A beautiful song of old put to new music. The words are profoundly encouraging. Though Satan accuses, Jesus forgives.
Take time to direct your eyes, focus your mind, and devote your heart to Jesus. Watch this short video and reflect and prepare to observe Lent.
John 16:33 These things I have spoken unto you, that in me you might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.
Take the time to learn more about four attributes of God: He is preeminent, personal, permanent, and pastoral.
Learn the circumstances under which Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the words to the song, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.”
A beautiful song from a movie that touches the heart. From the movie, “A Christmas Wish.” The movie has an inspiring message of love and hope!
The sacrifice God made to redeem mankind began before the cross. The sacrifice began when God gave Jesus to the world. Ask yourself, how many kings would do such a thing?
This year has been very difficult and very strange. We have all had to cope with COVID-19. Take a minute to thank God and find peace.