Tag Archives: Bethel music

We are not victims

In light of October being National Domestic Violence Awareness month, I would like to post a song, “I Am No Victim” by Kristene DiMarco, from her latest album, “Where His Light Was.” This title doesn’t imply there are no victims … Continue reading

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Hope is alive today

In case you didn’t know this, or you’ve just forgotten… Hope is alive today, He is alive today The stone was rolled away Death defeated in His grave Hope is alive today, He is alive today No matter what we face … Continue reading

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True worship is a response to God

True worship is a response to God. It’s never coerced or required or any other such silly thing that some suppose. As Jesus told the Pharisees, if we didn’t praise Him the very rocks would cry out. Dutiful service is … Continue reading

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Get Your Hopes Up | Josh Baldwin

I love this song by Josh Baldwin because it’s so uplifting. And I agree with him. Beloved, get your hopes up. God is at work! He’s waking us from our religious slumber; we’re discovering who we are in His eyes … Continue reading

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God really is a good Father

Every Father’s Day I post something about our heavenly Father. I shared the song “Good Good Father” by Pat Barrett and Tony Brown (Housefires) in February 2015. Since then I’ve shared interviews and other renditions of the song, including one with … Continue reading

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The War Is Over

“The war is over. His love has come, to call us daughters and sons. No longer orphans without a home; we have found where we belong.” These are some of the lyrics of Josh Baldwin’s song, “The War Is Over” … Continue reading

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The sheer brilliance of Jesus and His overcoming life

I agree with writers like Dallas Willard (Divine Conspiracy) who’ve said that Jesus’ teachings are the most brilliant in human history.  Especially what’s been dubbed the “Sermon On the Mount” (Matthew 5 – 7). This teaching goes beyond mere behavior modification or … Continue reading

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