Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Jesus is sovereign over every molecule of this universe. And he is Lord of all the realm we do not see, where there are trillions of beings! Wow!!!


Craver Vii said...

I've heard nothing but good reports about the Gettys. I need to check this stuff out. I have been told that the lyrics are rich.

donsands said...

They are full of the Spirit. And they are very gifted in writing lyrics, and also making music, or melodies as well.

You will be blessed Craver. I shared them with my pastor, and we now sing some of their songs in service. And it's a edifying ministry for the congregation.

Thanks for stopping by my friend. Lord bless you and your family.
And may our Lord come quickly! Amen.

Craver Vii said...

This is a music thing, but otherwise unrelated comment... There is a secular song that is kind of new by a singer called Adele. I wonder if you've heard her before. This one is called Rolling In The Deep. I like the way she pulls the sound out from way inside. It is cool how the video shows the thumping of the drums with glasses of water.

donsands said...

Excellent Craver. I really enjoyed that. A very cool video, and the tune was deep, and had a fullness to it.
Thanks bro!

μαρτυς said...

Don't you find that large "Eye of Horus" staring out behind the choir a little unnerving? Are you sure what's happening in David Jeremiah's "church" is giving glory to the right Lord?

Just try for a minute to look past the Disneyland facade and shiny hair and see what's really going on. Here's a clue: Do you have any idea how much this place rakes in every year?

donsands said...

I imagine you would criticize Solomon Temple, or especially Herod's Temple, which was a wonder of the world. Jesus called it the house of His Father.

That thought just kind of popped up in my mind. Only our Lord knows what your heart would have thought of Herod's Temple. just trying to make a point.

I didn't notice the eye. I may write to David and ask him, and I'll let you know what he says.

Great worship song though. Moved my heart, and made me love my Savior, and be even more grateful for His love for me, and His grace that is amazing and unexplainable.
Thanks for sharing your opinion. I'll let you know what i find out right here on this blog post, if you want to check back in a few weeks.