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Today, from the new home of Hour of Power and Shepherd’s Grove, Pastor Bobby teaches that God wants to change your heart before He changes your circumstances, with his message, “Trusting the Goodness of God.”

Dana Baker is a member of the Hour of Power Choir and has performed in opera houses and concert halls around the country. Today, Dana performs, “Almighty God” (comp: G. Nelson; arr: P. McHugh; orch: M. Riley). He is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Joslyn Sarshad is a vocalist from Boulder, Colorado who has been a part of the Hour of Power Choir family for six years. A graduate of California State University Fullerton with her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance, Joslyn is grateful to be putting her degree to work by singing in the Hour of Power Choir, Pacific Chorale and John Alexander Singers, as well as teaching voice, piano and guitar lessons. Today, Joslyn performs “Immortal, Invisible” (arr: J. Rosasco, C. Cloninger; orch: M. Riley). She is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir, along with soloist Patrick Blackwell, performs “Ride On, King Jesus” (comp: Traditional Spiritual; arr: Moses Hogan). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the piano.

7 thoughts on “Trusting the Goodness of God

  1. Keith Fackenthal says:

    I like the two floors but not being so close to the Mormons. I take it you still play tennis?
    I pray all works out well there.
    The building is interesting.

    1. I hope you can pray for me i am going through a difficult time pbysicaclly and my daughter but yestetday she told me the thing that kept her going was the one you end with i just

  2. I hope you can pray for me i am going through a difficult time pbysicaclly and my daughter but yestetday she told me the thin

  3. I hope you can pray for me i am going through a difficult time pbysicaclly and my daughter but yestetday she told me the thin

  4. Carol Massie Givan says:

    Our 90-year-old Mom is struggling. She has been diabetic for 40 years, bedridden for 3 years and in the past few days cannot eat, drink nor communicate much at all. She is a WONDERFUL Mother to 6 grateful and joyous children and 8 grandchildren. She is a Christian and has led an admirable life full of generosity, kindness, laughter, and LOVE in everything she has ever done. She is loved dearly by all who know her. Please heal her body if possible, but if it is God’s will, take her gently home to reunite with our Dad, her oldest son, her parents and relatives waiting in Heaven for her arrival. But, oh, how deeply we will all miss her on earth. Joyful, joyful, we adore her!

  5. Liora Kloss says:

    I needed that message to understand the season I am in. Thank you. Beautiful service.

  6. I love your new building, bright and inviting. when you have something on your screen we as your tv audience can’t read it, is there anything you can do about that, please? Love your sermons. God bless you and your family.

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