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Jesus the Stone Mason

October 11, 2020

Pastor Bobby continues the sermon series entitled “Remember the Quarry.” In this series, Pastor Bobby will teach that when we go through suffering in life, God uses those times to shape and craft us into who we are supposed to be. Today’s message: “Jesus the Stone Mason.”

Adam Weber is an author and a pastor at Embrace church in South Dakota. He is also the host of “The Conversation Podcast,” which offers listeners the chance to sit down with people of all walks of life and hear their stories. His newest book, Love Has a Name, looks at how we can love everyone the way Jesus did, even those who are different or difficult. While recalling personal accounts of “tough love” in his own life, he connects them to Biblical stories and illuminates the different and difficult people who Jesus showed love to.

Voices of Hope Children’s Choir, directed by Sarah Grandpre, goes virtual and performs “Good, Good Father” (comp: Pat Barrett; Tony Brown; arr: S. Grandpre). This group of 1st through 10th grade children is a professional youth choral programwhich offers musical excellence and a performance experience in a safe and supportive Christian environment.

Thirteen-year-old Noelle Lidyoff from Orange County, California, is a member of the Voices of Hope Children’s Choir. Today, Noelle performs her own song, “Again and Again” (comp: Noelle Lidyoff). She is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Hour of Power 50th Anniversary Clip – On December 15, 1996, the Hour of Power Children’s Choir performed “Carol of the Bells.” This episode aired in HOP #1402.

The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, goes virtual and performs “Cornerstone” (comp: Shawn Kirchner). Virtual soloists are Sam Capella and Erin Alford. The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on piano.

3 Responses

  1. Bobby, this has been the most inspiring sermon I have heard you give. I find myself needing to give more to the Lord especially when I am on Facebook and get frustrated with the violence, hatred and pure evil that is present there. I try to scroll by but always am drawn back to give a comment on the situation. I t is not easy for me to not give a negative response especially when it shows someone who has been arrested for raping child. I was so moved by what you were saying that I am turning over a new leaf starting today to discipline myself in the way I respond to this type of posting. Thank you for being who you are and may our Heavenly Father continue to bless you and your Family with all good blessings.

    Doris J. Ebert – now a resident of the Berks Heim Skilled Nursing facility, Reading, PA

  2. Hi Bobby! Just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your sermon and am taking everything in stride as I pursue my own dreams that will make a difference in other people’s lives. Having come from a small, dysfunctional family myself, having lived without family for 35 years, it’s important this story get out and I believe it will. I have been spending the last 10 years of my journey learning about life, love, and how the world is (lessons that I should have learned some 35 years ago or more if it weren’t for sacrifices made for family and childhood. Today, I look at my journey with grace and with humor as well, having developed my own philosophy about life and family. I hope you’ve been following my Facebook page and invite other viewers as well. As the saying goes, life is a bowl of cherries and sometimes we need a helping hand to get out of the pits and of course, the grass is always greener over the septic tank (I think Erma Bombeck wrote that). Regards.

  3. Thank you for preaching the truth in love, a very moving word, getting a little emotional in a good way much to think and pray about, I will rewatch. I believe I could see genuine love and compassion for people coming from you. The Holy Spirit is with you and your ministry

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