Contributed on Aug 4, 2008
The song "He’s Got the Whole World..." declares the comforting message that God is in control. But does He have the WHOLE world in His hands?
TITLE: He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands TEXT: Isaiah 40:1-31 OPEN: (lead the congregation in singing) He’s got the whole world in His hands [Repeat 4x] He’s got the Sun and the Moon in His hands [Repeat 3x] He’s got the little bitty baby in His Hands. [Repeat 3x] He’s got you and me ...read more
Contributed on Aug 18, 2008
The Bible tells us that God is "for us", but here the Commander of the LORD’S army tells Joshua he isn’t on their side in the conflict. What’s going on?
(SING) I may never march in the infantry, Ride in the cavalry, Shoot the artillery. I may never fly o’er the enemy, But I’m in the Lord’s army. Yes, sir! I’m in the Lord’s army, yes, sir! I’m in the Lord’s army, yes, sir! I may never march in the infantry, Ride in the cavalry, Shoot the ...read more
Contributed on Aug 24, 2008
This simple Children’s song has a powerful Biblical foundation in Ephesians 5, and helps to get us to see what God wants from us, and why.
OPEN LEADING CONGREGATION IN THIS CHILDREN’S SONG Oh, be careful little eyes, what you see, (repeat) For the Father up above, is looking down in love, Oh be careful little eyes what you see. Oh, be careful little mouth, what you say, (repeat), For the Father up above, is looking down in ...read more
Contributed on Sep 1, 2008
This simple children’s song carries a more intriguing message than many of us know. What is the key to its power?
OPEN: Years ago, a large Atlanta church was televising the service where they had asked a retired 92 year minister preach from its pulpit. There was a warm welcome as he was introduced and, as the applause quieted down, the old man rose from his high back chair and walked slowly, with great effort ...read more