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Pastor Bobby continues the message series called: “I Am –Knowing God by Name.” In this series, Bobby will teach on what it means to carry the name of the Lord and what the different Old Testament names for Yahweh mean for you.  Today’s message: “Yahweh Raah: I Am Your Shepherd. You Can Trust Me.”

Ken Medema is an Hour of Power favorite. Born nearly blind, Ken began playing the piano at age five and today performs all over the world. Ken’s performances regularly include songs that have been improvised both musically and lyrically and are based on a sermon or story he has just heard. Today, Ken performs “Sing Hallelujah” and with the Hour of Power Choir, “Rise Up” (both composed by Ken Medema). He is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra. Ken also performs a song called “Reflection Song” which is based on the sermon he just heard by Bobby.

Directed by Michael Skidgel, the Hour of Power Choir, along with soloists Diane Reynolds and Robert MacNeil, performs “The Lord is My Shepherd” (comp: John Rutter). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

3 thoughts on “Yahweh Raah: I Am Your Shepherd. You Can Trust Me.

  1. Rose Marie Holger says:

    I have just watched yesterday’s message on your site from the UK, what an awesome message, I was there with you all, the service was alive and living in my lounge, I can hardly wait now until next Sunday’s message.
    I am just so hungry to hear the word I can hardly contain myself.
    God is so good.
    Bless you for your ministry and service.

    1. Megan Ewbank says:

      We’re so glad, Rose! So honored to have you as a part of our church family! We look forward to seeing you next Sunday. Until then, feel free to check out for music and past messages!

  2. Helen Miller says:

    I love the way you preach, with such enthusiasm and honesty….I will never forget the illustration of the temptation confronting Joseph with Potifar’s wife, and every time I read that story of Joseph, it will certainly remind me of your story…..Thank you for your inspirational message, and I just love the hear Ken Medena sing from New Jersey….thank you

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