Here at DisciplesNet we have a team of youth who are working as video interns, learning, teaching, and just helping us explore how video can be used to connect people in ministry. Lately each has been working to create short videos that could bring peace or inspiration to those of you out there who will connect with us, or can pass these works along to. … Read the rest ““Yo te busco””
Spiritis a favorite hymn that tells a story in its four verse God's Spirit through the ages, including in our life today.
All four verses of the song are sung here, with accompanying photos and video. It is sung by Dean Phelps and accompanied by Sue Dykes on the piano. Our disclaimer is that when we recording the song, Dean and Sue were practicing, but we enjoyed it enough to share it with you, with their permission. We hope you are blessed by following along with us.
At the end, we also offer the scripture from Jesus' instructions to Nicodemus in John 3:6-8.
Spirit is available in several hymnals and forms, including the Chalice Hymnal, page # 249.
The words and music are written by James K. Manley, 1975.
DisciplesNet Church creates worship opportunities for persons who are unable to get to a physical church, and
others who like to share in the resources. This video is made available by those who have given their gifts to helpi in this ministry. We are non-profit and all gifts go back into ministry.
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DisciplesNet Church created this short video especially to help in bringing the peace of God to those in need. We pray that the gentle instrumental music of "Abide with Me," by Dean Phelps, and the photos taken by our video intern team will help bring that sense of peace to you.
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