Search ResultsSadie, the Prayer Dog Commenting on Luke 13:1-9, Alyce McKenzie encourages us to heed the parable’s urgent call to repentance - and not miss out on joy!
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See more hymns... “Joy!” “Joy is the affirmation of the truest things of all: redemption, restoration, reconciliation." This resource combines song by an Indian, acoustic Jazz fusion band with a reflection on "joy" in the Christian context. Preaching Joy in Times of Conflict Mark Strong shares how his own church was burned. He offers seven Scriptural suggestions to help preachers communicate with joy despite conflict and difficulties, such as to rely on the Holy Spirit, and focus on... Joy To The World (Simplified) This is a simplified arrangement for piano (also adaptable for organ) of Isaac Watts' beloved Christmas carol: "Joy to the World." Missing the Joy Sabbath day is community day. Marva Dawn explains what the church means and how we should understand the Sabbath day so we do not miss the joy of keeping the Sabbath and find rest. Advent Joy This sermon starter and commentary on Isaiah 9:6-7 offers worship resources from an African American perspective for celebrating the third Sunday of Advent, focusing on the theme of joy. History of Hymns: “I Come with Joy” This offers background and commentary on the 1968 hymn by Brian Wren (b. 1936): "I Come with Joy." Written for a sermon series on communion, it speaks of an attitude of joy when approaching the Table. Joy Anticipated, Joy Remembered Joy is the prevailing theme of this commentary on Psalm 126. It reflects on all the good God has done and hopefully anticipates all that he will do. The Joy of Salvation A sermon starter on Luke 15’s parable of the lost sheep. Scott Hoezee encourages preaching that without the grace of God we are all lost, so we should all hear this parable with ears of joy.