Jonathan Edwards (1703 – 1758) Jonathan Edwards, when he was 14, was eagerly reading philosophy as a student at Yale. According to his biography at Christianity today: He also was […]
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…
“Protect your church, Father, from callous thoughts about calamities that leave millions destitute, and protect her also from cowing to critics, like Job’s wife, who cannot trust the wisdom and power and goodness of Christ in the midst of inexplicable misery.”
Of course you know Jesus. That’s what the day is about—Good Friday. He died on the cross for our sins. I am so grateful.
But there was the other Jesus—Jesus Barabbas. The criminal. The one they let go… Here’s an amazing thing: His Jewish name would really be Jesus Bar Abba. Which means Jesus, Son of Father.
Nancy Leigh DeMoss and others are calling women to pray together Friday evening, September 23rd.
I couldn’t put Kelly Kapic’s book down and highly recommend it for readers of The Sovereign blog.