Monthly Archives: April 2011

Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to Heaven and Voices Raise

I composed a couple of new stanzas to round out the couple in our hymnal given under Wordsworth’s “Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to Heaven and Voices Raise.”  The stanzas we have already are: Alleluia, alleluia! Hearts to Heaven and voices raise: … Continue reading

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Sarah Pierpont Edwards

As Mother’s Day approaches, should you want to reference, in teaching or preaching, a woman in Christian history who exemplified the godly graces, you could do much worse than Sarah Edwards, the wife of Jonathan Edwards.  I posted a bit … Continue reading

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A. W. Tozer on the Public Reading of Scripture

Helpful words from A. W. Tozer: To read the Bible well in public we must first love it. The voice, if it is free, unconsciously follows the emotional tone. Reverence cannot be simulated. No one who does not feel the … Continue reading

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