Welcome to "God's Love," a special worship and meditation video with specially chosen hymns of hope and reassurance, and photos from around the world. This video was created especially with persons in mind who may be facing great storms and challenges in life, as well as those heavy laden with cares. At 60 minutes in length, it can play in the background, lending its soothing music to listeners. Continue reading →
We invite you to listen or sing along with us on this old gospel favorite, written by Albert E. Brumley and recorded by Dean Phelps. We've added photos, scripture and words to Dean's recording from his CD, Going Over Home (1997), especially for our online viewers.
This song is a powerful one that many find comforting and reassuring at the time of the death of a loved one, or as their own death nears. If you have found this song under these circumstances, we offer our sincere prayers for you; we've produced this video as part of our ministry for people during such trying times. We give permission to use this in a worshipful manner, including in a memorial or funeral setting, but it is not for resale.
All of our work at DisciplesNet is offered free so that cost is less likely to be a barrier, but it does cost us to produce each video, and we are so grateful for ones who've made contributions that have made sharing this video and global ministry possible. If you would like to make a one time or ongoing contribution to help us make and share more videos like this, please visit our website at www.disciplesnet.org.
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We are grateful to pastor and musician Dean Phelps for permission to use his recording here. Find this and more of Dean's work at deanphelpsmusic.com. The CD Going Over Home is out of print, but the songs are available for download on his site.
Thanks for joining us! And may God's healing and uplifting presence be with you this day and for all eternity.
Your friends at DisciplesNet Church
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We invite you to sing or follow along with this old favorite hymn of God's presence with us.
We invite you to join pastor and musician Dean Phelps as he sings vocals and plays guitar on "Farther On," a beautiful old shape note hymn out of the Sacred Harp tradition in North America.
More about Dean and his music, including from 4 CDs, can be found on his website at:
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God bless you, and thank you for joining us!
Devotional: No, Never AloneWho will separate us from the love of Christ? Will hardship, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? As it is written, "For your sake we are being killed all day long; we are accounted as sheep to be slaughtered." No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.
For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers,nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord. -Romans 8:35, 38-39 (NRSV)
Hello! This is DisciplesNet's Senior Pastor Deb Phelps here. We are glad to bring you this video of “No, Never Alone,” an old hymn favorite sung here by a group of volunteers.
Whether this song is an old favorite or completely new (as it was to most of our singers), we hope that you will enjoy listening to it, sing along if you’d like, and pass it along to others who might like to hear it. We pray that as you play this video you find reassurance of God’s love and constant presence with you, whatever challenges and struggles you face today.
I would also like to let you know that this song has very special meaning to my family; we call it “Terry’s Song.” Keep reading and you will find a devotional by that name that I wrote about it in 2004. Continue reading →