Search ResultsMartyr's Sunday (All Saints Day) This sermon starter and commentary on Romans 8:35-39 offers worship resources from an African American perspective for a service celebrating Martyr's Sunday or All Saints Day. Martyr's Sunday (All Saints Day) This sermon starter and commentary on Acts 7:52-60 offers worship resources from an African American perspective for a service celebrating Martyr's Sunday or All Saints Day. History of Hymns: “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name” Michael Hawn discusses the hymn "All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name," written by Edward Perronet and modified by others, most notably John Rippon. The hymn is commonly sung to tunes CORONATION, DIADEM and MILES’ LANE.... Worship Resources for All Saints Day/Martyr’s Day The history of All Saints Day/Martyr's Day is given, and also a bulletin-type piece of art and a pdf and link for the African-American Lectionary's resources for the day, which includes responsive readings and songs. Martyr's Sunday: Remembering Slain Heroes and Heroines This sermon starter and commentary on Revelation 7:13-17 offers worship resources from an African American perspective for a service celebrating Martyr's Sunday or All Saints Day that focuses on remembering slain heroes and heroines. The Martyrs and a Higher World Martyrs are a witness to the promise of heaven. In this homily, Robert Barron preaches on 2 Maccabees 7:1-14 and the death of a martyr. Justin Martyr and the Two Books, Part 1 As part of a series on Scripture, nature, and the Church Fathers, this article shares two important contributions from Justin the Martyr: creation's goodness and the continuity between the Jewish and Christian faiths in the Scriptures. Justin Martyr and the Two Books, Part 2 Mark Mann examines Justin Martyr's theology, concluding that Justin's "logos Christology" would lead him to support scientific inquiry to learn more about God from the world God made. History of Hymns: “Children of the Heavenly Father” This offers background and commentary on the beautiful Scandinavian hymn by Caroline Sandell-Berg (1832-1903) and translated by Ernst William Olson (1870-1958), "Children of the Heavenly Father.” Let Us Sing With All The Martyred Ryan and Travis Ham composed "Let Us Sing for All the Martyred" for Allhallowtide, the three-day period (October 31 to November 2) celebrated to remember the dead, including martyrs, saints, and all faithful departed Christians. Martyr's Sunday/All Saints Day This worship planning resource is for a Martyr's Sunday/All Saints Day service. This collection includes worship planning notes, songs and liturgy for Martyr's Sunday/All Saints Day. Full Text Hymns on Martyr Faith of the Martyrs©
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See more hymns... The Cry of the Martyrs This sixteenth-century woodcut depicts Revelation 6, where the fifth seal releases the cry of the martyrs calling for the Lord's vengeance. Song: 21 (A Song For the 21 Egyptian Martyrs) Benji and Jenna Cowart sing an original song called "21" to remember and honor the 21 Egyptian Christians martyred in Libyia. Polycarp the Martyr Providing the last words spoken before Polycarp prior to his sentencing, this sermon illustration by Leith Anderson demonstrates the faith of the martyrs. This illustration suits Matthew 10:22, Matthew 5:11, 2 Corinthians 4:11, and other passages. Death of Heliodorus and Martyr Two angels and a rider on a horse beat and trample Heliodorus for looting the temple(right) while on of the seven brothers and their mother are martyred (left) Song dedicated to Martyrs in Pakistan This song by Eric Sarwar is based up Isaiah 40:30-31, Romans 8:35, and Acts 1:8. Sung in Urdu with English subtitles, it's dedicated to the 80+ martyrs killed in Pakistan in September 2013. Death of Heliodorus and Martyr Two angels and a rider on a horse beat and trample Heliodorus for looting the temple(right) while seven brothers and their mother are martyred (left) History of Hymns: “For All The Saints” This offers background and commentary on the William Walsham How (1823-1897) hymn, “For All The Saints.” It is a commentary on the article in the Apostles’ Creed, “I believe in the Communion of Saints.” The Buta Seminary Martyrs In April 1977, a group of rebels carried out an attack on Buta Seminary and opened fire on all students. This video is an interview with Zacharie Bukuru, the principal at the time of the massacre....