• 00:58

    VESPERS IV: Light: Reflections for Hanukah

    in Spirituality

    Tonight we will contemplate Yeshua as the Light of the World through music and a word from Revelation 1
    Musical artists include: Lily Band, Laura Rhineheart, Ruth Fazel and Heidi Baker, Julie Meyer, Jolynn Greenmen
     
    Vespers comes from the Latin which means "evening prayer".  Academy of Bible Literacy is extending that meaning to a mid-week short service of reflection, repentence and soaking in the LORD with music, prayer and maybe a short word.
     
     

  • 00:55

    VESPERS III: Angels

    in Spirituality

    Vespers comes from the Latin which means "evening prayer".  Academy of Bible Literacy is extending that meaning to a mid-week short service of reflection, repentence and soaking in the LORD with music, prayer and maybe a short word.
    In this episode, we will celebrate and give thanks to our heavenly messengers who keep us out of trouble and go to battle for us and do all sorts of things for us, like keep us alive.  So we will soak to the angelic music of Freddy Hayler (with daughter Rebekah). 
    Also get ready for an aleluia chorus like no other - literally.
    So get your journal and find a place on the floor and relax in the arms of Yeshua celebrate (but not worship) God's messengers.

  • 00:05

    Melvin Tinker said, "Prayer is very hard work, why else is the prayer meeting the worst attended mee

    in Christianity


    Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Proverbs 28:9 which reads: "He that turneth away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer shall be abomination."



    Our prayer motivator quote for today is from The Kneeling Christian. He said, "We feel sure that the weakness in the spiritual life of many churches is to be traced to an inefficient prayer-meeting, or the absence of meetings for prayer. Daily matins and evensong, even when reverent and without the unseemly haste which is so often associated with them, cannot take the place of less formal gatherings for prayer, in which everyone may take part. Can we not make the weekly prayer-meeting a live thing and a living force?"

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