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  1. Brasida

    Last week Donald Miller, probably best known as the author of Blue Like Jazz, wrote a blog post called, “I Don’t Worship God by Singing. I Connect With Him Elsewhere.” It came as I was working on a chapter for my book, True Worshipers. A chapter called “True Worshipers Sing.” I was surprised by the categorical nature of Don’s title and even more concerned after reading the post.
  2. Bar

    Feb 10,  · Why Vinyl Sounds Better Than CD, Or Not According to Rolling Stone magazine, sales of vinyl albums continue to grow, setting a new record in Does vinyl reproduce sound better, or is .
  3. Shakakasa

    This might just be the most incredible version of this famous spiritual hymn ever recorded. Even though this video is over 20 years old, it still leaves me speechless every single time I hear it.
  4. Zulubei

    Mar 21,  · God actually spoke to me. There is no doubt that it was God. I heard the words in my head just as clearly as when a memory of a conversation passes across your consciousness. The words were in English, but they had about them an absolutely self-authenticating ring of truth. I know beyond the shadow of a doubt that God still speaks today.
  5. Kagagrel

    Perhaps you have run into someone who feels he or she has an edge on hearing from God If you are unfamiliar with the phrase ‘God told me,’ or you do not understand how to hear God’s voice, you might feel inferior, thinking God never speaks to you. If you’ve never heard God speak to you through the Holy Spirit, don’t worry.
  6. Mazugal

    Hymn to God, My God, in My Sickness By John Donne About this Poet The English writer and Anglican cleric John Donne is considered now to be the preeminent metaphysical poet of his time. He was born in to Roman Catholic parents, when practicing that religion was illegal in England.
  7. Gokazahn

    Indeed, God, the giver of song, is present whenever his people sing his praises. (Sing to the Lord, 1). God put a song in our hearts as a sign of love for us. But unless we let it out — unless we sing, or play, or drum, or strum — it is not music. To be music, it has to be heard.

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