Have had this tune in my head for the last few days. It was difficult finding a version I liked; this one is one of the better ones I found...
“Many of His saints looked upon Him from the gloom of dungeons and from the martyr's flames; yet they never uttered an ill word of Him, but died extolling His surpassing charms. To keep our gaze on the Lord Jesus is noble and pleasant employment. Is it not unspeakably delightful to view the Savior in all His works and to perceive Him matchless in each? To shift the kaleidoscope, as it were, and to find fresh combinations of matchless grace? In the manger and in eternity, on the cross and on His throne, in the garden and in His kingdom, among thieves or in the midst of cherubim, He is everywhere glorious in His beauty.
“Examine carefully every little act of His life and every trait of His character, and He is as lovely in the minute as in the majestic. Judge Him as you will, you cannot censure; weigh Him as you please, and He will not be found wanting. Eternity shall not discover the shadow of a spot in our Beloved, but rather as ages revolve, His hidden glories will shine with even more inconceivable splendor, and His unutterable loveliness will continually ravish all celestial minds."
Devotional material is taken from “Morning and Evening,” written by C.H. Spurgeon, revised and updated by Alistair Begg. Copyright (c) 2003, Good News Publishers and used by Truth For Life with written permission.
Yes. He is...
A beautiful musical meditation; questions and affirmations - the essence of meditation before our Savior. Now that Easter is over for another year, may the reminders of the reality of our faith move us forward in faith, deeper in trust, and higher in praise.
Happy Resurrection Sunday!
When I think of Easter anthems and a musical expression of the drama and the outstanding joy that comes from knowing my Savior lives, this is the one song that seems to capture it all. And it can only be faithfully performed by Sandi Patty and Larnelle Harris.
It has been awhile since I've posted a Tuneful Tuesday entry. This past Sunday I was studying Psalm 121, so this song is a wonderful reminder - that my help comes from the Lord!
"Death is not the end of the road; it is only a bend in the road. The road winds only through those paths through which Christ Himself has gone. This Travel Agent does not expect us to discover the trail for ourselves. Often we say that Christ will meet us on the other side. That is true, of course, but misleading. Let us never forget that He walks with us on this side of the curtain and then guides us through the opening. We will meet Him there, because we have met Him here. The tomb is not an entrance to death, but to life. The sepulcher is not an empty vault, but the doorway to heaven. When we die, nothing in God dies, and His faithfulness endures. Little wonder the pagans said of the early church that they carried their dead as if in triumph!"
Lutzer, Erwin W. (2015-04-17). One Minute After You Die (p. 78). Moody Publishers. Kindle Edition.
Eighteen people were too close to a tower which collapsed and killed them. (Luke 13:4)