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AMAZING GRACE - the song, words written by the English poet and clergyman John Newton (1725–1807). He was an officer on slave ships. In 1748, a violent storm battered his vessel off the coast of County Donegal, Ireland so severely that he called out to God for mercy, a moment that markedhis spiritual conversion. He was no longer comfortable in his role in the slave trade. He quit in 1754.GRACE: love and mercy, a way of moving that is smooth and attractive and that is not stiff or awkward; : a controlled, polite, and pleasant way of behaving; graces : skills that are needed for behaving in a polite way in social situations; disposition to or an act or instance of kindness, courtesy, or clemency; to confer dignity or honor on; TO ADORN OR EMBELLISH; From Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Prepare yourself for chills and maybe tears. Carolyn Rossi Copeland, the producer of Amazing Grace the Musical will introduce you to the story behidn the song, Amazing Grace. John Newton, who wrote it, was a British slave trader who became a slave in Africa, before escaping and giving his life too goodness. The show opens tonight, Thursday June 25 at the Nederlander Theatre in New York City.
The 12 Steps. They are good for what ails you. No matter what is going on in your life, admit you are powerless over it and ask a higher power to raise you above it. Bill Wilson and his wife Lois were trailblazers in the creation of AA and AL Anon. Go visit their home in Westchester County, NY - it's the Stepping Stones Museum.
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This show will air Sunday, June 28 on 100.7 WHUD
President Barack Obama's Charleston eulogy: 'Amazing Grace'
President Barack Obama delivered a touching eulogy, a rousing political speech and a thoughtful meditation on race in America when he traveled to Charleston, South Carolina on Friday to speak at the funeral of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, who was gunned down last week by a racist terrorist during Bible study.
But the President's speech will be remembered for a moment at the end when the he launched into a solo of "Amazing Grace," that at first stunned the mourners and then brought them to their feet as they joined him in song.
Unlike past times Obama has confronted an act of violence, he knew the highest profile victim of the Charleston shooting personally. Obama met Pinckney as an early supporter of his 2008 presidential bid.
That personal connection differentiated Friday's eulogy from the funerals Obama keynoted after previous shootings. So, too, did the renewed questions on race spurred by the shooter's apparent motivations.
"None of us can or should expect a transformation in race relations overnight. Every time something like this happens, somebody says, 'We have to have a conversation about race,'" Obama said. "We talk a lot about race. There's no shortcut. We don't need more talk."
Howcee Productions Gospel BTR host #HOWCEE Thanks to Kevin Liptak, CNN White House Producer for this lead in information. We also Thank www.cnn,com for picture.
ON THIS WEEK'S SHOW... 9/3/15... Exploring the benefits of the gift of Tongues after receiving the Baptism of the Holy Spirit; and how praying in Tongues, also known as praying in the Spirit, imparts more Grace to us as we pray... Thursday @ 4pm ET / 3pm CT / 2pm MT / 1pm PT
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IMPORTANT NOTE: Please accept our apologies, we are trying to work from a mobile-wifi connection on a Sunday, because the we do not have a fixed broadband connection, we are working hard to get it right within the means I mean the financial means available to get it right, you will notice the Wednesday Bible Studies are clear as we broadcast this from a harline internet connection, the fastest available in the UK, but we do not have this available in our place of worship.
We will in october commence again to record the service on video and we will upload them them in the week to our Vimeo Channel once we have obtained the required iMac computer and Mac Editing Software.
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One of the most wonderful statements about our Lord was that inspired word from John who wrote in John 1:14 of Christ, "He was full of grace." That wondrous fact of His being full of the attribute of grace was followed by an even more thrilling reality for us and it says in verse 16, "For of His fullness have all we received and grace upon grace." So John says He was full of grace and we have received that fullness, even grace accumulated. We accumulate grace. For every feature of life there is not a day that goes by in your Christian experience that you are not the recipient of God's grace. It is grace that upholds your salvation. It is grace that gives you victory in temptation. It is grace that makes the Word live. It is grace that draws you into communion and prayer. It is grace that makes you useful for service. It is grace that enables your gift to function in the Spirit.
Wow! This month is our 1 year anniversary! Yay! For us! Sept is also his birthday! And 1 day after his birthday is his mom's bday! The loss of his Mom was heartbreaking.... But it was the start of his AMAZING story! Hear how losing both parents & a child has made him a gym owner, an industry leader, super fit & the perfect husband! :) Tune in Tues Sept 8th
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