"Are you the one who has come to save the world?" the people asked the little boy. His answer comes on the heels of our celebration of Christmas --and now, Jesus' first steps as he begins the ministry we read about in the New Testament.
Along the way this worship we'll visit John the Baptist in the wilderness and pay a visit to him in the Jordan River, where the Holy Spirit descends like a dove upon a special One whom John baptizes, and we talk about Epiphany of God's presence in the world. Continue reading →
Welcome to DisciplesNet Worship. This week's worship brings together Isaiah's exciting vision of being in the presence the most holy God, with Jesus' words with the Pharisee, Nicodemus, who came to talk with Jesus in the secret of night. Rev. Bob Shaw blends these two messages into a call toward change in our lives that comes as God calls us.… Read the rest “DisciplesNet Worship # 87, “Nicodemus at Night,” (Shaw 6.03.2012)”
Choose You Tube or Vimeo, and join us in hearing John 13:34-35 in a read by 15 people from around the world. We released this video last year at the time of Pentecost, and have done a little more work to it. That one language of love continues to speak to us at the time of Pentecost, as well as all times. We hope you or the group you are with will be blessed by this 11 minute time of devotion and inspiration. If you like, please sing along with the song. --your friends at DisciplesNet Church
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.
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