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When I Survey…
Isaac Watts (1674-1748), from a young age, had a way with words. He once frustrated his father by his continual rhyming. When his father scolded him, he quickly replied, “Oh, father, do some pity take, and I will no more … Continue reading
Posted in Cross, Dedication, Humility, Jesus, Love, pride, Priorities, Singing Tagged 1 Corinthians 15:10, 1 John 3:16, 1674, 1748, alas and did my savior bleed, at the cross, charles wesley, encyclopedia.com, focus on cross, Galatians 2:21, Galatians 6:14, humble, hymns by isaac watts, I sing the Might Power of God, isaac watts, joy to the world, love, Micah 6:8, our God our help in ages past, Philippians 3:7-8, Philippians 3:9, pride, priorities, Romans 12:1-2, song when I survey the wondrous cross, songsandhymns.org, the cross, Titus 2:14, vain things, we're marching to zion, what we owe Leave a comment
Six Woes (Isaiah 5)
The house of Israel (Judah) was the LORD’s vineyard (Isaiah 5:1-7). The nation was to bring forth good grapes, but instead it brought forth wild grapes (Isaiah 5:2). It is in this context, six woes are pronounced. Let’s notice… 1. … Continue reading
Posted in Ethics, pride, Priorities, prophets, Textual study Tagged 1 Thessalonians 5:21-22, 2 Peter 3:3-4, 2 Peter 3:9, 2 Timothy 3:4, Acts 10:38, Amos 5:12, bitter for sweet, book principles and perils of leadership, bribes, challenging God, cords of falsehood, cords of vanity, Dennis Prager, disregard for God's law, distinctions of God, entertainment, esv study bible, franklin camp, geed, Hebrews 5:14, hedonism, heroes, homer hailey, Hosea 4:6, how we treat one another, idolatry, Isaiah 5, Isaiah 5:11-17, Isaiah 5:13, Isaiah 5:18-19, Isaiah 5:19, Isaiah 5:20, Isaiah 5:21, Isaiah 5:22-25, Isaiah 5:8-10, Jeremiah 7:15, justice, lack of knowledge, Let him make speed, light for darkness, living for pleasure, Luke 12:15, materialism, Matthew 25, Matthew 7:12, Micah 2:2, Micah 3:2, mighty at wine, mixed up priorities, mixed up values, music, niv study bible, pervert justice, Romans 12:1-2, six woes, the fear of the lord, true wisdom, vineyard of the Lord, wine, woe to those who call evil good and evil, woe to those who draw iniquity with cords of vanity, woe to those who follow intoxicating drink, woe to those who join house to house, woe to those wise in their own eyes 2 Comments
What Would You Give Up?
Vernon, Florida is a small town located in the state’s panhandle. It, by reputation, is commonly called “Nub City.” This moniker was earned in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. During this time the area was economically depressed. It seems … Continue reading
Posted in Dedication, friends, hermeneutics, Temptation, Textual study Tagged 1950s, 1960s, albert barnes, atlassobscura, books, brooks hays, dismemberment, entertainment, epidemic of accidents, esv study bible, florida panhandle, friends, in the news, insurance claims, insurance fraud, internet, Mark 7:21-23, matthew 5:29-30, mentalfloss, music, niv study bible, nub city, Proverbs 23:7, proverbs 4:23, right eye offend, right hand offend, Romans 12:1-2, Romans 13:14, self-mutilation, sin from heart, stats, stumbling block, tv, vernon florida Leave a comment