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Pastor Bobby encourages you to live in the thirst for God with his message “Longing for God.”

Dr. Dave Martin is known by many around the world as America’s #1 Christian Success Coach. His passion is to teach others how to walk in the fullness of God’s plan by pursuing, possessing and teaching the scriptural keys to biblical success. Dr. Martin is the author of several best-selling books, including his latest book, Another Shot, available wherever books are sold.

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 “Jesus Lover of My Soul” (comp: Ken Medema). He is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Violinist Luanne Homzy is a member of the Hour of Power Orchestra, as well as the instrumental group Trio Dinicu. Today, she performs “The Four Seasons; Summer; Movement III” (comp: A. Vivaldi). Luanne is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Directed by Don Neuen, the Hour of Power Choir performs “My Redeemer Lives” (comp: Samuel Medley; John Hatton; arr: Jan Sanborn). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ.

12 thoughts on “Longing for God

  1. Ferdinand Schumacher says:

    Could not get May 1 episode on the internet today 8 AM Eastern time

    1. Hi, Ferdinand!

      Sorry to hear this. Are you still having a hard time viewing this episode?

      Thanks!
      Melanie

  2. William Thiele says:

    So where is the broadcast to watch? Now a week without inspiration ! We old people need a weekly fix to remember the final destination. Now you leave me to FOX News and Trump for guidance this next week.

    1. William Thiele says:

      Ok so it finally loaded guess your server is low energy today

  3. Very inspiring message today. I think I’m in a rut. Now I just need to find what God wants me to do.

  4. Darrel Daley says:

    Hi Folks,

    I tried a couple of downloads of the “Longing for God” podcast and end up with an html file. Am I doing something wrong?

    I’ve downloaded a bunch of Bobby’s sermons in mp3 format in the past with no problem.

    This is desperate [just kidding] as I listen to Bobby’s preaching 3 days a week at my gym. How else could I survive all that time on the treadmill.

    Thanks for checking this out.

    May all of you be blessed for the good work you do to get the HOP to us TV watchers each week.

    Darrel Daley

    1. Hi, Darrel!

      So sorry about that. The error with the podcast link has been updated and you should be able to download now. Thank you, and happy running! 🙂

      Melanie

  5. Craig Royal says:

    I have thoroughly appreciated yesterday’s program as I am struggling with longing and waiting for God. Your prayers for me in my discernment in between waiting on God and procrastination will be appreciated.

    1. elizabeth says:

      Hi Craig,

      We’re so glad you enjoyed this program! May God be with you in the waiting and meet you where you are today!

      God loves you and so do we,
      -Hour of Power Team

  6. Anaja says:

    Hi.
    I am trying to remember the Choir’s opening anthem: it’s not mentioned in the summary. (i.e. the one before the interview.
    Please what song was it?

    Thanks.

    1. Hi, Anaja!

      The song performed by the Hour of Power Choir is “My Redeemer Lives” (comp: Samuel Medley; John Hatton; arr: Jan Sanborn). Thank you for being part of our ministry!

      God loves you, and so do we!
      Melanie

  7. Nancy Dalton says:

    I live in Fresno CA area and am unable to find Hour of Power (1 hour) on Sunday’s. Only find 1/2 hour at 12 noon. I do have internet but not as satisfying at on TV. My 94 year old friend have been watching at 1 pm on Church Channel and truly miss it!! She has no computer so we really feel lost!

    We are wondering why the change. Lack of funds?

    Do you plan on bring Hour of Power back to this area?? We’ll pray that you do!

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