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Welcome! Our show is hosted by Pastor Brad Morgan of New Life Beginnings Church in Pattison, Texas. It is our sincere wish that you find the fullness of Christ and t is our goal, through these broadcasts, to help you find your place in God’s Kingdom.

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This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan continues his series on praise and worship. A definition of praise and worship is: express, approval or admiration, wonder mingled with esteem to glorify, to exalt and elevate. We praise God because we are commanded to. It is a good thing to praise the Lord. Psalms 92:1, Psalms 135:3, Psalms 48:1, Jeremiah 13:11, Ephesians 2:10. Worship will bring our hearts close to God. 1 Corinthians 14:14-15. Pray and sing in the Spirit and then in the understanding. Relationship with God is a requirement of worship. It is an intimate relationship. Further, sacrifice in worship will be honored by God. Praise and worship is a lifestyle. When should we praise? We should praise when we feel like it (James 5:13), when we don't feel like it (Psalms 42:5), rising up early, at midnight (Psalms 119:62), day and night (1 Chronicles 9:33), in the hard times (Habakkuk 3:17-19). Where should we praise? In the congregations (Psalms 26:8-12). It is a good thing to praise the Lord (Psalms 34) "His praise will continually be in my mouth." www.NewLifeBeginningsChurch.com
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Pastor Brad Morgan begins a series on praise and worship. A definition of praise and worship is: express, approval or admiration, wonder mingled with esteem to glorify, to exalt and elevate. We praise God because we are commanded to.... more

Pastor Brad Morgan begins a series on praise and worship. A definition of praise and worship is: express, approval or admiration, wonder mingled with esteem to glorify, to exalt and elevate. We praise God because we are commanded to.... more

This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan begins a series on praise and worship. A definition of praise and worship is: express, approval or admiration, wonder mingled with esteem to glorify, to exalt and elevate. We... more

This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan begins a series on praise and worship. A definition of praise and worship is: express, approval or admiration, wonder mingled with esteem to glorify, to exalt and elevate. We... more

This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan Shares Part 6 of his testimony. God has a special plan for each of our lives. Often we can't see it or understand it, but it grows over time and God uses us for His purpose.... more

This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan Shares Part 6 of his testimony. God has a special plan for each of our lives. Often we can't see it or understand it, but it grows over time and God uses us for His purpose.... more

This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan Shares Part 5 of his testimony. God has a special plan for each of our lives. Often we can't see it or understand it, but it grows over time and God uses us for His purpose.... more

This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan Shares Part 5 of his testimony. God has a special plan for each of our lives. Often we can't see it or understand it, but it grows over time and God uses us for His purpose.... more

This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan Shares Part 4 of his testimony. God has a special plan for each of our lives. Often we can't see it or understand it, but it grows over time and God uses us for His purpose.... more

This week on the Best is Yet to Come, Pastor Brad Morgan Shares Part 4 of his testimony. God has a special plan for each of our lives. Often we can't see it or understand it, but it grows over time and God uses us for His purpose.... more

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