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Rev. C.L. Franklin - "Dry Bones In The Valley

Rev. C.L. Franklin - "Dry Bones In The Valley

Shirley Caesar - No Charge

Shirley Caesar"Don't Drive Your Momma Away!"

Shirley Caesar "Shouting John Hold My Mule"

The Church is in Mourning - Shirley Ceasar

"Wings of Faith" (1950)- Rev. C.L. Franklin

"Old Ship of Zion" (1949)- The Roberta Martin Singers

Old Ship Of Zion

Rev C.L Franklin- "The Old Ship Of Zion"

Tis the Old Ship of Zion (a must watch) Part 2 (Awesome Prayer)

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour

Mark Guy Pearse

October 3

  They took knowledge of them that they had been with Jesus
Acts 4:13
A Christian should be a striking likeness of Jesus Christ. You have read lives of Christ, beautifully and eloquently written, but the best life of Christ is His living biography, written out in the words and actions of His people. If we were what we profess to be, and what we should be, we would be pictures of Christ; yea, such striking likenesses of Him that the world would not have to hold us up by the hour together, and say, “Well, it seems somewhat a likeness”: but they would, when they once beheld us, exclaim, “He has been with Jesus; he has been taught of Him; he is like Him; he has caught the very idea of the holy Man of Nazareth, and he works it out in his life and everyday actions.”


Hardman, Samuel G., and Dwight Lyman Moody. Thoughts for the Quiet Hour. Willow Grove, PA: Woodlawn Electronic Publishing, 1997. Print.

Chambers, Oswald. My Utmost for His Highest: Selections for the Year

October 3rd
The sphere of ministration

This kind can come forth by nothing, but by prayer and fasting. Mark 9:29.

“Why could not we cast him out?” The answer lies in a personal relationship to Jesus Christ. This kind can come forth by nothing but by concentration and redoubled concentration on Him. We can ever remain powerless, as were the disciples, by trying to do God’s work not in concentration on His power, but by ideas drawn from our own temperament. We slander God by our very eagerness to work for Him without knowing Him.
You are brought face to face with a difficult case and nothing happens externally, and yet you know that emancipation will be given because you are concentrated on Jesus Christ. This is your line of service—to see that there is nothing between Jesus and yourself. Is there? If there is, you must get through it, not by ignoring it in irritation, or by mounting up, but by facing it and getting through it into the presence of Jesus Christ. Then that very thing, and …

Connect the Testaments: A One-Year Daily Devotional with Bible Reading Plan

October 3: It Will Eat You Alive
Ezekiel 6:1–8:18; Revelation 2:12–29; Job 33:1–7

Idolatry eats at our souls. And God puts up with it for only so long.
“And the word of Yahweh came to me, saying, ‘Son of man, set your face to the mountains of Israel and prophesy against them, and you must say, “Mountains of Israel, hear the word of the Lord Yahweh, thus says the Lord Yahweh to the mountains and to the hills, to the ravines and to the valleys: ‘Look, I am bringing upon you the sword, and I will destroy your high places, and your altars will be desolate, and your incense altars will be broken, and I will throw down your slain ones before your idols, and I will place the corpses of the children of Israel before their idols, and I will scatter your bones around your altars’ ” ’ ” (Ezek 6:1–6).
Ezekiel portrays God’s view of the true nature of idolatry and the ramifications of living an idolatrous life. When people put wood and stone, or gadgets and entertainment, before their relationship w…

Spurgeon, Charles H. Morning and Evening: Daily Readings

Morning, October 3      Go To Evening Reading
 “Are they not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation?”
         — Hebrews 1:14
Angels are the unseen attendants of the saints of God; they bear us up in their hands, lest we dash our foot against a stone. Loyalty to their Lord leads them to take a deep interest in the children of his love; they rejoice over the return of the prodigal to his father’s house below, and they welcome the advent of the believer to the King’s palace above. In olden times the sons of God were favoured with their visible appearance, and at this day, although unseen by us, heaven is still opened, and the angels of God ascend and descend upon the Son of man, that they may visit the heirs of salvation. Seraphim still fly with live coals from off the altar to touch the lips of men greatly beloved. If our eyes could be opened, we should see horses of fire and chariots of fire about the servants of the Lord; for we have …