One thing on my bucket list is to see dinosaur track fossils. If you’re a regular reader of The Sovereign, it doesn’t surprise you that I see these tracks as only thousands of years old, instead of millions of years. They were formed rapidly during the events of Noah’s global flood.
I wanted to add to my collection of posts of international worship music for the large variety of readers of The Sovereign. So, I began looking into Russian hymns and discovered the National Anthem of Tzarist Russia. Here’s the history…
Be very careful, Christian friends, that no one of you be found not only not speaking with or reflecting wisdom, but even despising and opposing those who pursue the study of wisdom.
As you sing this hymn, think of Christians throughout the ages and around the world. All believers throughout all time are part of the same body, the Body of Christ. Jesus Christ is the foundation of our faith.
Researchers have discovered a link to the biblical accounts of the Creation and the Flood in ancient Chinese characters.
Our deepest need is for an intimate relationship with our Creator and Savior, Jesus Christ. Today’s hymn, I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say, speaks to our hearts. In the opening of this BBC video, featuring the hymn, we actually learn a little bit of history about Aidan of Lindisfarne and Cuthbert of the mid-seventh century.