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For Where Two or Three Are Gathered In My Name Bible Decals Wall Quotes Faith Scripture Home Decor Stickers

For Where Two or Three Are Gathered In My Name Bible Decals Wall Quotes Faith Scripture Home Decor Stickers

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For Where Two or Three Are Gathered In My Name Bible Wall Decal comes in a nice quality Black vinyl with an indoor matte finish and measures approx. 12″ tall and 20″ wide.

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I can do all things through him who strengthens me. – Philippians 4:13 Inspirational Life Bible Quote God’s Scripture Christ Church Vinyl Wall Decal Picture Art Image Living Room Bedroom Home Decor Peel & Stick Sticker Graphic Design Wall Decal – 24 Colors Available – DISCOUNTED SALES ITEM 6×20

I can do all things through him who strengthens me. – Philippians 4:13 Inspirational Life Bible Quote God’s Scripture Christ Church Vinyl Wall Decal Picture Art Image Living Room Bedroom Home Decor Peel & Stick Sticker Graphic Design Wall Decal – 24 Colors Available – DISCOUNTED SALES ITEM 6×20

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For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. – John 3:16 Inspirational Life Bible Quote God’s Scripture Christ Church Vinyl Wall Decal Picture Art Image Living Room Bedroom Home Decor Peel & Stick Sticker Graphic Design Wall Decal – 24 Colors Available – DISCOUNTED SALES ITEM 15×15

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. – John 3:16 Inspirational Life Bible Quote God’s Scripture Christ Church Vinyl Wall Decal Picture Art Image Living Room Bedroom Home Decor Peel & Stick Sticker Graphic Design Wall Decal – 24 Colors Available – DISCOUNTED SALES ITEM 15×15

  • ** This Decal comes in 24 colors. Please choose your color carefully. **
  • ** All pictures in this ad DO NOT represent the ACTUAL size of the Decal **
  • Add flair to any room in your home with sports quotes and wall decals.
  • Inspire yourself and your family with our ready to use WALL QUOTES & Picture Decals.
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EARLY CHRISTIAN CHURCH HISTORY #3: EARLY CHRISTIANS QUOTED SCRIPTURE WITHOUT A ROMANIST OR KJV BIBLE

Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel: CANSWERSTV, see our playlist “Early Church History” at www.youtube.com and Steve Morrison, Ph.D, director of Research for Christian Answers (Steve is the creator of all 3 of our websites: www.BIBLEQUERY.ORG, http & www.MUSLIMHOPE.COM) take viewers on a journey through the portals of time, back to the first few centuries of the early Christian church. What did the early Christian Church teach & practice? Early pre-Nicene (before 325 AD) writers included Ignatius, Clement of Rome, Polycarp, Justin Martyr, Melito, Iranaeus, Origen of Alexandria, Tatian, Athenagoras, Polycrates, Montanus, Tertullian, Hippolytus, Cyprian, Novatian, Lactantius, Arnobius, Eusebius, Dionysius of Rome, Dionysius of Alexandria, “To Diognetus,” Papias, Theophilus of Antioch, Methodius, Adamantius, Gregory Thaumaturgus & others. Let’s ask the following question. What could you prove about early Christianity if you had no Bible, but only the pre-Nicene church writers? Here is a consensus of what four or more writers said, and none contradicted, prior to 325 AD : The Bible – B1. Study or obey God’s Word as an authority, B2. Old Testament has God’s words; study it, B3. The Old Testament prophesied about Jesus, B4. Jesus superseded some Old Testament laws, B5. New Testament has God’s words; study it,B6. Some parts of the Bible are allegorical, B7. Old Testament has types of Christ, B8. Melchizedek was a
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Legacy of Faith Deluxe Boxed Christmas Cards with Scripture, Winter Church, 20-Count (HBX2124)

Legacy of Faith Deluxe Boxed Christmas Cards with Scripture, Winter Church, 20-Count (HBX2124)

  • Legacy of Faith Winter Church Deluxe Boxed Christmas Cards with Scripture, 5 x 7 inches, 20 cards with matching envelopes
  • Beautifully printed in full color inside and out on high quality card stock; features the vibrant artwork of Bonnie Heppe Fisher
  • Matching envelopes are fully designed and printed in full color; cards are presented in an attractive, colorful gift-quality box
  • Scripture reads: The Virgin will be with child, and will give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel … Matthew 1:23 NIV
  • Legacy and Legacy of Faith invite you to explore their fresh collections of coordinating calendars, to-do-lists, notebooks, address books, note cards, boxed Christmas cards, recipe boxes and more, available on Amazon

Is it the beautiful artwork, the high quality card stock, the full color matching envelopes, or the fact that they come in a gorgeous box that makes these cards so special? Nobody knows for sure, but Legacy has combined all the ingredients and come up with the perfect recipe for sending warm and thoughtful Christmas wishes to friends and family. Legacy holiday cards are beautifully printed inside and out featuring the inspired artwork of some of America’s most beloved artists; the colorful matching envelopes feature artwork that coordinates with the card’s main image. Each box contains 20 cards and 20 envelopes and, with themes that range from traditional and folk art and whimsical to nature and rural landscapes and Scripture, you’re sure to discover the perfect cards to express your unique holiday wishes. Legacy and Legacy of Faith are pleased to present their fresh collections of coordinating calendars, to-do-lists, notebooks, address books, recipe boxes, prayer journals and more, available on Amazon. ABOUT THE ARTIST: “Watercolor has been my favorite medium since high school, when I used to drive out to farms and paint in the car on weekends. I try to express my appreciation for God’s creations and love for the world in my work. Bonnie has been a freelance illustrator and watercolor artist for over twenty-five years. She graduated from the Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, majoring in Illustration and minoring in Fine Art. While studying to earn her B.F.A., she learned traditional watercolor techniques from Ranulph Bye, which she still uses today. Bonnie has exhibited in a number of galleries, has had several art shows, and won prizes for her watercolors. She finds great happiness in her home, and is able to do some of her most creative painting while also indulging in her favorite hobbies of bird watching, gardening and caring for her many pets. She attributes her unique insight to an awareness of the beauty of the world God has created around us.

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Upon This Rock: St. Peter and the Primacy of Rome in Scripture and the Early Church (Modern Apologetics Library)

Upon This Rock: St. Peter and the Primacy of Rome in Scripture and the Early Church (Modern Apologetics Library)

As an Evangelical Protestant, Stephen Ray realized that the real issue dividing Catholics and Protestants was authority. Everything else was secondary to the issue of authority. Protestants accept the authority of the Bible alone, whereas Catholics understand the authority to be residing in the Magisterium, the Scriptures and the Sacred Tradition. Ray goes through the Scriptures and writings from the first five centuries of the early Church to demonstrate that the early Christians had a clear understanding of the primacy of Peter in the See of Rome. He tackles the tough issues in an attempt to expose how the opposition is misunderstanding the Scriptures and history. He uses many Evangelical Protestant scholars and historians to support the Catholic position. This book contains the most complete compilation of Scriptural and Patristic quotations on the primacy of Peter and the Papal office of any book currently available.

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Faith and Fellowship – Scripture Greeting Cards-Mixed Bible Versions – Church Occasions

Faith and Fellowship – Scripture Greeting Cards-Mixed Bible Versions – Church Occasions

  • 12 cards -3 each of 4 designs – 12 envelopes per box
  • Card Size: 4 1/2″ X 6 9/16″
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  • Scripture Passages from KJV/NIV/The Message
  • Perfect for Friends, Family, Church Members, Sunday School Class

One design each to express your thanks for ministry, welcome to church, congratulations on baptism and “missing” you at our fellowship. A useful tool for communicating and connecting with the body of Christ.

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Mixed Scripture Text

Card 1:
Cover:
They that gladly
received his word
were baptized.
Acts 2:41

Inside:
Celebrating your
increasing love for Jesus
and praying He continues
to draw you even closer
to Him.

Tag:
Congratulations on Your Baptism

Card 2:
Cover:
Each one should use
whatever gift
he has received
to serve others.
I Peter 4:10

Inside:
Your willingness to use the gifts
God has given you to serve
is a wonderful blessing.

Thank you for all you do.

Card 3:
Cover:
We thank God for you.
I Thessalonians 1:2

Inside:
Just a note to say
we missed you
and to let you know
you’re in our thoughts
and prayers.

Card 4:
Cover:
We bless you
in the name
of the Lord.
Psalm 129:8

Inside:
Welcome to our church family!
We thank the Lord for leading
you to our fellowship.
We look forward to growing closer
to the Lord together with you.

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Music in Scripture – An Overview

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Music in Scripture – An Overview

By: Robert Hinchliffe

About the Author

Robert Hinchliffe is a professional musician and Methodist local preacher. He is an oboist and composer; – also a writer of worship songs. This article is a result of his recent research into the development of music in Christian worship. For more details visit www.robsworshipmusic.com/mcweb.htm and find out how you can access a FREE copy of Robert’s new Christmas song, “The Greatest Gift”.

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In the words of the final Psalm, No.150 we read:

“Praise him with trumpets. Praise him with harps and lyres. Praise him with drums and dancing. Praise him with harps and flutes. Praise him with cymbals. Praise him with loud cymbals. Praise the Lord, all living creatures! Praise the Lord!”

The Psalms are often referred to as the Old Testament hymnbook. This psalm would suggest that instrumental music as well as vocal music was widely used as part of worship in those days. We can certainly look to the psalms for information about the use of music in scripture.

The previous Psalm, No.149, also makes a number of allusions to music in worship:

“Sing a new song to the Lord”

“Praise him with dancing; Play drums and harps in praise of him.”

“Let God’s people rejoice in their triumph And sing joyfully all night long.”

Other psalms too make reference to both vocal and instrumental music being used in worship and at other times of religious celebration. It would seem that the use of what today we would refer to as “worship bands” were very much in evidence.

Other examples of music in scripture occur elsewhere in the Old Testament. We regularly read of occasions when music is used. After the crossing of the Red Sea and the destruction of Pharaoh’s army we encounter the passage often referred to as the “Song of Moses”:

“Then Moses and the Israelites sang this song to the Lord: I will sing to the Lord, because he has won a glorious victory; He has thrown the horses and their riders into the sea. The Lord is my strong defender; he is the one who has saved me. He is my God, and I will praise him, my father’s God, and I will sing about his greatness.”

When the Ark of the Covenant was brought to Jerusalem during the reign of King David, there was a great procession, led by the king himself, when the glory of the occasion was enhanced by the use of music. In Chronicles we read of the rededication of the Temple where music again played a huge part in the worship and in the celebrations which surrounded it; all adding to the grandeur of the occasion.

The New Testament gives us far fewer references of music in scripture. In his letters to both the Ephesians and the Colossians, Paul refers to the use of psalms, hymns and sacred songs. When Paul and Silas were in prison in Philippi we are told that they passed the time by “praying and singing hymns to God”. We also read in the Gospels that after the Last Supper the Disciples “sang a hymn and went out to the Mount of Olives”.

These are the main references to music in scripture to be found in the New Testament. It must be remembered that the situation was very different for the early Christian church when compared to the long established Jewish tradition. The early Christian Church was run on a house-church basis so the use of music on any significant scale was simply not possible. It would appear that some psalm and hymn singing was part of worship but on a very small scale.

As the church grew over the next few centuries a music tradition developed which has produced a massive repertoire of wonderful music in many styles and idioms; – a fantastic resource on which we can draw today.

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Robert Hinchliffe is a professional musician and Methodist local preacher. He is an oboist and composer; – also a writer of worship songs. This article is a result of his recent research into the development of music in Christian worship. For more details visit www.robsworshipmusic.com/mcweb.htm and find out how you can access a FREE copy of Robert’s new Christmas song, “The Greatest Gift”.

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