This podcast is loaded with songs and stories that illustrate how God can make beauty from ashes. The first song you hear is "It Is Well with My Soul" which was written by Horatio Spafford and Philip Bliss. It is performed by Vic and Eva from their collection entitled Hymn Folk and is available to download for free from GodlyChristianMusic.com. The next song and story is Precious Lord by Rev. Thomas Dorsey performed live by Eva Zarley. The next song and story is A Bruised Reed written and performed by Vic and Eva Zarley, also available at GodlyChristianMusic.com. "He Lives" by Alfred Ackley is performed live by Vic and Eva. Finally we share "He Is Risen" written by and orally interpreted by Vic. Music is by Emissary and is entitled "2012" and it came from Mevio's Music Alley. This production is part of a larger work by Vic, How the World Works and What Jesus Does Through Us to Overcome It. It can be found at Podiobooks.com as a free download. In addition, the book can be downloaded for free at our website, TheFinalHarvest.org.
A tough topic today. Greed in the church. This podcast turned out to be 40 minutes but I couldn't find anything to cut. We pray it blesses the Body of Christ to examine their own hearts and see if there is a smidgen of greed residing there. God, through His Son Jesus, will cleanse your temple. I share one of my longer songs today, "A Perpetual Jubilee". Let's all raise the standard of the Christian church today! Halleluah
In this episode, Vic shares his experience in the New Age movement (part 1) plus takes a side-trip sharing how he lived in Beverly Hills and got the chance to meet Donna Douglas of the Beverly Hillbillies and John Stewart (of, then, the Kingston Trio). Part 2 will be the next podcast.
This episode, Eva and I tackle a most ominous plague experienced by society--and that is entertainment. What effects can it have on us as individuals and as a society? At the end of this episode, I share some of Greg Kitchel's song which is from Mevio's Music Alley and is entitled "Closer to God, Farther from TV.