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The Rejection Was a Gift

May 8, 2022

Pastor Bobby teaches that rejection can be a gift if you see it through the lens of the kingdom of God. Always remember that the rejection didn’t happen to you, it happened for you. Today’s message: “The Rejection Was a Gift”

Kristoffer Polaha is an actor, co-author, and father of three, who has starred in a number of Hallmark films, as well as Wonder Woman 1984 and the upcoming Jurassic World: Dominion. Working in Hollywood has given him a mission field to not only share his faith, but be involved in faith-based productions, including the film Where Hope Grows, which is now streaming on PureFlix. The film is about an unexpected friendship that helps one man put his life back on track.

Meloney Collins is a masterful vocalist and performer with an impressive resume. She has sung on soundtracks and has performed as a voice over artist on several television programs and stage productions. She’s also been a backup singer behind such artists as Michael Buble, Burt Bacharach and as part of the house band on America’s Got Talent. Meloney also performs at Disneyland regularly for the past 15 years in multiple roles. Preston Parker is a reoccurring worship leader here at Hour of Power and has toured and performed with numerous choirs and organizations locally and internationally. He has also been featured performing on shows like The Oscars and The Ellen DeGeneres show. Today, Meloney and Preston perform “Eyes On You” (Marvin Winans; adapt: M. Riley). They are joined by the Hour of Power Choir, directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, and accompanied by the Hour of Power Orchestra, directed by Dr. Marc Riley.

Directed by Dr. Irene Messoloras, the Hour of Power Choir performs “All People That on Earth do Dwell” (Mack Wilberg). The choir is accompanied by Philip Hoch on the organ and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.

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  1. I was a little nervous when you started out with the awful name calling but you had to!!! One of your best best best sermons! Thank you so much! Someone I have known and loved since kindergarten called me a racist and terminated a 65 year long friendship. I knew she had no basis except political junk and I tried to save the friendship. Not to be saved. Slowly, I came to your conclusion that her hateful behavior was NOT about me but all about her. Now I thank God that her toxicity is out of my life and I pray for the Holy Spirit to be in hers.

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