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Temple Sermon

July 17, 2022

Pastor Bobby brings today’s message from the southern steps of the Temple Mount, where the original Jewish temple was. It was here that Jesus would come on the triumphal entry, through the Huldah Gate and kick over the tables of the moneylenders. In this final message recorded in Israel, remember that the temple is a symbol that God loves you and wants to spend time with you. Today’s message: “Temple Sermon.”

Born in Tel Aviv, Ron Winter has been a licensed tour guide in Israel since 1982. Ron speaks English, German, and Hebrew. His formal education includes studying archaeology and Israel’s history at the Tel Aviv University and marine archaeology at Haifa University in Israel. He also completed religious studies in Christianity, Judaism and Islam at Montclair State University in New Jersey, as well as attending the Religious Institute in Jerusalem. From 1985 – 1993 Ron traveled all over the USA as a speaker and ambassador promoting tours to Israel. Today, Ron talks with Bobby about the history of this temple and the moneylenders who would gather outside of its entrance.

Rebecca St. James is a Grammy and Dove Award-winning Christian Music artist. Originally from Australia, her family moved to the United States when she was a teenager, and her career took off shortly after. She has made over 20 albums and has also collaborated in songwriting for her brothers’ Grammy-winning music group, for KING & COUNTRY. Today, Rebecca performs, “Kingdom Come” (Seth Mosley; Luke Smallbone; Joel D. Smallbone; Rebecca St. James). She is joined by background vocals Raffia Thomas and Nicole Thompson, and accompanied by Caleb Blair on keyboard, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

Terron Brooks is an actor, singer/songwriter from Southern California. A veteran in the entertainment industry, Terron has had the pleasure of performing with many amazing artists, such as Stevie Wonder, Josh Groban, David Foster and Smokey Robinson. He has toured internationally, performed on Broadway and has been a featured guest artist of prestigious symphony orchestras around the country. Today, Terron performs “Your Great Name” (Krissy Nordhoff; Michael Neale) and “House of the Lord” (Jonathan L. Smith; Phil Wickham). He is joined by backup singers Charlean Carmon, Dee Dee Foster and Kenya Hathaway, and is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

The Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, performs “Battle Hymn of the Republic” (William Steffe; Julia Ward Howe, arr: Peter J. Wilhousky). The choir is accompanied by Philip Hoch on organ, and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

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