Lord You’re Holy ! (Karen Wheaton) and King of Kings

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LORD YOU’RE HOLY

This song explodes at the 3:15 minute mark!!!

Chorus:
Lord You’re holy, Lord You’re holy and we lift You up and magnify Your Name (twice)

Verse 1:
I look around and I see, all the works Your hands have made, the awesomeness of You, and how Your love will never fade, mere words cannot express what I feel inside, I can’t describe Your glory divine, but as a token of my love, this is what I’ll do, I lift my hands and cry, Lord

Chorus:
Lord You’re holy, Lord You’re holy and we lift You up and magnify Your Name (twice)

Verse 2:
There’s not enough words that I can say, to tell You how much, I appreciate, all the wonderful things, You’ve given me, Your love and kindness, Your tender mercies,

Choir: It’s my desire, to praise You
Lead: I want to praise You Lord
Choir: And to tell You how much, I love You

Lead: Cause You’re worthy of all, all the glory

Choir: You’re worthy of all, the praise

Lead:
And You’re worthy of all the praise, I don’t know why You would love me, why You would show me, so much mercy, why You would suffer, and die for me, way back, way back, on Calvary, but I

Choir: But I, I thank You
Lead: I thank You, somebody help me thank Him
Choir: I thank You
Lead: Jesus, I thank You Lord
Choir: I thank You
Lead: My heart cries thank You, and I give You all… the praise…

Choir & Lead:
Wonderful, Glorious, Holy and Righteous, Victorious, Conqueror, Triumphant and Mighty, Healer, Deliverer, Shield and Defense, Strong Tower and My Best Friend, Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Soon Coming King, Alpha, Omega, Lord of Everything

Choir: Holy, Holy, Holy is Your Name
Sopranos: Wonderful, Glorious, Holy and Righteous

Altos: Victorious, Conqueror, Triumphant and Mighty

Tenors: Healer, Deliver, Shield and Defense

All: Strong Tower and My Best Friend, Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Soon Coming King, Alpha, Omega, Lord of Everything

Choir: Holy, Holy, Holy is Your Name…

Choir:
Wonderful, Glorious, Holy and Righteous, Victorious, Conqueror, Triumphant and Mighty, Healer, Deliverer, Shield and Defense, Strong Tower and My Best Friend, Omnipotent, Omnipresent, Soon Coming King, Alpha, Omega, Lord of Everything
Holy, Holy, Holy is Your Name…

Choir: Holy
Lead: My God is Holy
Choir: Holy
Lead: The Angels cry Holy
Choir: Holy is Your Name… Holy
Lead: My heart cries Holy
Choir: Holy
Lead: So Holy, Holy, Holy is Your Name…
Choir: Holy is Your Name…

Its all about YOU LORD JESUS

VIDEO by Arendientje

King of Kings

Photo credit weheartit.com
King of kings and Lord of glory
Only true and righteous one
Above all names Your name is holy
You are worthy, You alone
All of heaven bows before You
Creation trembles at Your word
Every nation will enthrone You
Behold the Lamb, behold the Lord

Holy, holy is the Lord
Holy, holy is the Lord
Who was and Who is to come

King of kings and Lord of glory
Only true and righteous one
Above all names Your name is holy
You are worthy, You alone
All of heaven bows before You
Creation trembles at Your word
Every nation will enthrone You
Behold the Lamb, behold the Lord

Holy, holy is the Lord
Holy, holy is the Lord
Who was and Who is to come

Worthy, worthy is the Lamb
Worthy, worthy is the Lamb
Who was and Who is to come
Who was and Who is to come

Song: Karen Davis
From the album Yeshua

Lyrics and VIDEO by Arendientje

Ravi Zacharias – The temptation of Jesus

RaviIn the wilderness, Satan tempted Jesus’ intellect, will, & imagination, but Jesus responded with the Truth, the Word of God. The same tempter came to Him on the cross at Calvary. Our salvation was totally dependent on Jesus’ response to temptation. Like Jesus, our response to temptation is not determined in the moment of temptation, but by our world view, our prior convictions. The Truth is that life is sacred because it is given by a Holy God. The greatest pleasure in life is knowing how to worship God. When we surrender our intellect, will, & imagination to Him, worship is the beautiful expression…

From One Love Ministries VIDEO by HiOneLove

Christians and Halloween via David Mathis Desiring God

You can read entire article here at DesiringGod.org
What if a crisp October wind blew through “the way we’ve always done things” at Halloween? What if the Spirit stirred in us a new perspective on October 31? What if dads led their households in a fresh approach to Halloween as Christians on mission?
What if spreading a passion for God’s supremacy in all things included Halloween—that amalgamation of wickedness now the second-largest commercial holiday in the West?
Loving Others and Extending Grace
What if we didn’t think of ourselves as “in the world, but not of it,” but rather, as Jesus says in John 17, “not of the world, but sent into it”?
And what if that led us to move beyond our squabbles about whether or not we’re free to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve, and the main issue became whether our enjoyment of Jesus and his victory over Satan and the powers of darkness might incline us to think less about our private enjoyments and more about how we might love others? What if we took Halloween captive—along with “every thought” (2 Corinthians 10:5)—as an opportunity for gospel advance and bringing true joy to the unbelieving?
And what if those of us taking this fresh approach to Halloween recognized that Christians hold a variety of views about Halloween, and we gave grace to those who see the day differently than we do?
Without Naiveté or Retreat
What if we didn’t merely go with the societal flow and unwittingly float with the cultural tide into and out of yet another Halloween? What if we didn’t observe the day with the same naïveté as our unbelieving neighbors and coworkers?
And what if we didn’t overreact to such nonchalance by simply withdrawing? What if Halloween wasn’t a night when Christians retreated in disapproval, but an occasion for storming the gates of hell?
The Gospel Trick
What if we ran Halloween through the grid of the gospel and pondered whether there might be a third path beyond naïveté and retreat? What if we took the perspective that all of life, Halloween included, is an opportunity for gospel advance? What if we saw Halloween not as a retreat but as a kind of gospel trick—an occasion to extend Christ’s cause on precisely the night when Satan may feel his strongest?
What if we took to the offensive on Halloween? Isn’t this how our God loves to show himself mighty? Just when the devil has a good head of steam, God, like a skilled ninja, uses the adversary’s body weight against him. It’s Satan’s own inertia that drives the stake into his heart. Just like the cross. It’s a kind of divine “trick”: Precisely when the demonic community thinks for sure they have Jesus cornered, he delivers the deathblow. Wasn’t it a Halloween-like gathering of darkness and demonic festival at Golgotha, the place of the Skull, when the God-man “disarmed the powers and authorities [and] made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them” at the cross (Colossians 2:15)?

Ary Scheffer: The Temptation of Christ, 1854

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Marching on Hell
What if we were reminded that Jesus, our invincible hero, will soon crush Satan under our feet (Romans 16:20)? What if we really believed deep down that our Jesus has promised with absolute certainty, “I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it” (Matthew 16:18). What if we realized that the gates-of-hell thing isn’t a picture of a defensive church straining to hold back the progressing Satanic legions, but rather an offensive church, on the move, advancing against the cowering, cornered kingdom of darkness? What if the church is the side building the siegeworks? What if the church is marching forward, and Jesus is leading his church on an aggressive campaign against the stationary and soon-to-collapse gates of hell? What if we didn’t let Halloween convince us for a minute that it’s otherwise?
What if Ephesians 6:12 reminded us that “we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic power over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places”? What if we remembered that it’s not our increasingly post-Christian society’s Halloween revelers who are our enemies, but that our real adversary is the one who has blinded them, and that we spite Satan as we rescue unbelievers with the word of the cross?
Resisting the Devil
What posture would Jesus have us take when we are told that our “adversary the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour” (1 Peter 5:8)? Naïveté? Retreat? Rather: “Resist him, firm in your faith” (verse 9). What if we had the gospel gall to trust Jesus for this promise: “Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.” (James 4:7)? And what if resistance meant not only holding our ground, but taking his?
What if we hallowed Jesus at Halloween by pursuing gospel advance and going lovingly on the attack? What if, like Martin Luther, we didn’t cower in fear, but saw October 31 as a chance to serve notice to the threshold of evil? What if we didn’t turn out our lights as if hiding, but went pumpkin-smashing on the very doorstep of the King of Darkness himself?
Orienting on Others
What if we saw October 31 not merely as an occasion for asking self-oriented questions about our participation (whether we should or shouldn’t dress the kids up or carve pumpkins), but for pursuing others-oriented acts of love? What if we capitalized on the opportunity to take a step forward in an ongoing process of witnessing to our neighbors, co-workers, and extended families about who Jesus is and what he accomplished at Calvary for the wicked like us?
What if we resolved not to join the darkness by keeping our porch lights off? What if we didn’t deadbolt our doors, but handed out the best treats in the neighborhood as a faint echo of the kind of grace our Father extends to us sinners?
Giving the Good Candy
What if thinking evangelistically about Halloween didn’t mean just dropping tracts into children’s bags, but the good candy—and seeing the evening as an opportunity to cultivate relationships with the unbelieving as part of an ongoing process in which we plainly identify with Jesus, get to know them well, and personally speak the good news of our Savior into their lives?
And what if we made sure to keep reminding ourselves that our supreme treasure isn’t our subjective zeal for the mission, but our Jesus and his objective accomplishment for us?
The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.
– Jesus in Matthew 9:37–38

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