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Solid Rock Church – June 25, 2007
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Entrance gates to Solid Rock Church and the King of Kings statue
First live play of Guvna B’s new material for 2012! This is the new single, ‘Free’, performed at the UCB stage at ‘Big Church Day Out’, 2nd June 2012.
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Animated logo — from jgstudios.photoshelter.com “WhatDaFunk” – www.audionautix.com Images from Google search Please say this short prayer before viewing the video “O Jesus, cover me with your precious blood and fill me with the Holy Spirit, so that I can discern whether these words come from you. Humble me in spirit. Receive my pleas with mercy, and open my heart to the truth.” I amnot the visionary, but please pray before viewing. These are the messages, given to a visionary in Europe on June 10, 2012. According to Decree of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith approved by HH Pope Paul V! (the 14th October 1966) Article 1399 and 2318 of Canon Law where abrogated. No imprimatur is required for publishing Divine Revelation, prophesies or miracles. For the complete list of messages, go to: www.thewarningsecondcoming.com And find them on Facebook www.facebook.com ~I do not own the messages, images, nor the music~
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More pics on my Flickr: www.flickr.com This church was featured in an episode of the TV show Life After People. The city of Gary, Indiana was founded as a booming steel city as the twentieth century passed, and areas downtown saw the construction of several impressive buildings during these prosperous early years. In 1925, a cornerstone ceremony took place at 577 Washington St. to commemorate the construction of a Gothic Revival church called City Methodist. It was completed 21 months later, at the cost of one million dollars – 5000 of which was contributed by the United States Steel Corp. (which also founded the city). Elbert Gary, the chairman of US Steel and origin of the city’s name, donated a Skinner organ as well. The Bedford limestone structure consisted of a 50-foot tall sanctuary nave and elaborate stonework, and was able to seat 950 worshipers; City Methodist had a congregation of nearly 3000 members in its heyday. The building was also home to Seaman Hall – a 1000 seat auditorium, and a gymnasium with a full size basketball court. Storefronts were built into the building, with hopes that the income would offset the enormous maintenance costs. During the 1920s, Pastor William Seaman rallied against the power of the Ku Klux Klan in Indiana, and welcomed black worshipers into City Methodist during a time when African Americans were not permitted in “white churches.” Gary entered a downward spiral during the 1960s, like many other industrial cities during the …
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Judas is in the pulpits of the churches – come out from among those who betray Jesus or else you will fall under the same judgment. greatawakening.blogspot.com (This is not my blog, I just found it on the internet) www.youtube.com I cannot say it better than Paul Begley About NEVADA I just learned the following blog.alexanderhiggins.com
Date: 06-03-12 Host: George Noory Guests: Tom Horn, Alex Jones Author and publisher with a specialty in End Times and prophecy, Tom Horn, discussed his new research on the prophecy of the Popes, and how 2012 will be the fulfillment of St. Malachy’s prediction that the Catholic Church will see one final Pope before its destruction. Almost 900 years ago, the Irish seer, St. Malachy, came to Rome and “suddenly had this frenzied vision in which he wrote down the descriptives of every Pope that would ever exist from his day to the final Pope,” Horn reported. According to Malachy’s prophesied list, the next Pope after the current one (Pope Benedict) will be the last one, #112. This final Pope, Petrus Romanus (or Peter the Roman) will lead the Church into the great tribulation period and the destruction of Rome. Some Catholic mystics believe he will be an infiltrator under Satanic control. Evangelical prophecy refers to this person as the “False Prophet” who helps to usher in the Antichrist, Horn continued. If an Italian is voted in as the next Pope, that could be the fulfillment of Malachy’s prophecy, Horn noted, adding that a number of church scholars going back hundreds of years have cited 2012 as the year when the False Prophet emerges. This timing coincides with other prophetic material such as from the Mayans, and Cherokee, as well as the Kabbalah’s Zohar book, which named 2012 as the year when the Messiah returns, he detailed. Further, in 1951, a French Jesuit named Rene …
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It had 2 earth quake in Christ church. I know it is bad. 🙁
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Nashville, TN (PRWEB) May 10, 2007
The Music City Community Chorus presents OPERAPALOOZA!: a free concert of Chorus Music by the Great Opera Composers, on Tuesday evening, June 5 at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church, Broadway and 7th Avenue in Nashville.
For the new Music City Community Chorus’ second outing, conductor Renee Grant-Williams chose to present works by composers rarely heard in a choral setting. OPERAPALOOZA!: Chorus Music by the Great Opera Composers will include operatic favorites Giuseppi Verdi’s “Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves” from Nabucco, “Regina Coeli” from Pietro Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana, and the “Anvil Chorus,” from Il Trovatore, also by Verdi.
The featured work of the evening will be the Stabat Mater by Gioacchino Rossini.
“Rossini’s Stabat Mater has excruciatingly beautiful melodies, but there may be reasons this exquisite piece is not often performed,” says Grant-Williams, “It demands precise, but passionate, ensemble work throughout. And, of course, a tenor who can sustain a high D flat.”
Mayor Bill Purcell announced the formation of the non-profit Music City Community Chorus back in August of 2006, placing the sixty-voice chorus under the umbrella of the Metro Nashville Community Education program.
“I’m amazed by how quickly this diverse group of singers has developed into an ensemble that has an identity and sound,” says director Renee Grant-Williams.
Widely known as a vocal coach, Grant-Williams’ conducting credits include positions as founder and director of the San Francisco Community Chorus; director, Student Division of Vocal Music at the University of California, Berkeley; chorus master, Opera Division, Banff School of Fine Arts; and choir director Second Presbyterian Church, Nashville.
OPERAPALOOZA! is free to the public. Parking is available at the back and sides of First Baptist Church (Broadway and Seventh Avenue). The concert begins promptly at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5. Call 615/259-4900 for interviews or additional information. www.MusicCityCommunityChorus.org