Melvin Maughmer, Jr.
Apostolic Glorious Church
Messages, Sermon Comments and Testimonials
Hello Pastor Melvin -I am writing an article on the last 7 words spoken from the cross and I came across your sermon during my research.I am unable to locate a resource for this particular section of your sermon:Theme Verse: - Luke 23:46 Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit. “This is Psalms 31:5 with one word added--Father. That verse was the prayer every Jewish mother taught her child to say as the last thing at night. Just as we were taught to say, ‘Now I lay me down to sleep I pray the Lord my soul to keep. So the Jewish mother taught her child to say, before they went to sleep, “Into thy hands I commit my spirit.”However, I did find this... http://www.aish.com/jl/m/pb/48954656.html"Shema Yisrael – "Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One" – is perhaps the most famous of all Jewish sayings. The Shema is a declaration of faith, a pledge of allegiance to One God. It is said upon arising in the morning and upon going to sleep at night. It is said when praising God and when beseeching Him. It is the first prayer that a Jewish child is taught to say. It is the last words a Jew says prior to death."Can you provide more information where you found your information? I am so intrigued and seeking truth.Blessings -Cheriecherie.email@example.com
It's already done! Well said! Nice and simple
God bless you sir. I greatly appreciate if comments and bringing to my attention the importance of the word Christ. I agree with you and thank you. Be blessed.
, but I really feel this to fully live the Your sermon is very informative and appreciated. I still find one flaw in your revelation. Your formula for baptism is missing, in my opinion, one major element. Since a sentence is defined as a group of words that express a complete thought, I do not believe we should leaved out the word, "Christ." Jesus is indicative of the power that everyone receives when they receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. Christ, by definition, denotes the anointing that each Holy Ghost filled believer should have, and definitely needs, to live the life that is intended and expected for us. I do not mean to sound petty or argumentative, but I feel this is an important part that we as teachers of the Apostolic should embrace.