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 Shammah: I Am There. I Will Never Leave You.”
Tenor soloist Todd Strange specializes in opera, oratorio and musical theater. He is a member of the Los Angeles Master Chorale and the Los Angeles Opera and is a soloist in many regional companies across the United States. Todd is also a member of the Hour of Power Choir. Today, Todd sings, “You Raise Me Up” (comp: Rolf Lovland). He is accompanied by Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Directed by Sarah Grandpre, the Hour of Power Choir performs “In His Love” (comp: Mark Patterson). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ.
Directed by Michael Skidgel, the Hour of Power Choir, along with soloist Erin Wood, performs “Laudate Dominum” (comp: W.A. Mozart). The choir is accompanied by Zeljko Marasovich on the organ and Dr. Marc Riley and the Hour of Power Orchestra.
Pastor Bobby, today’s service was fantastic! Thank God for it! ➕merica
Thank you for your kind words! We’re glad you enjoyed this service! May God bless you!
God loves you and so do we,
-Hour of Power Team
I appreciate Bobby’s teaching and I pray for him and his family, but you see people who isolate do so because it is too painful to go to church and feel like you just can’t fit in or aren’t included in the other church members’ lives outside of church. I was a young single mother when I got saved; I then went to a bible believing baptist church for many year yet I do not have close friend’s from that church. The pain of ‘not fitting in’ causes much grief, sometimes I have to leave church because I start crying and I can’t control it or hide it. It’s humiliating also. Last time that happened a few weeks ago I finally thought that I just can’t go anymore, because I always start crying. But it is so isolating. So you see people must not be finding the environment that you speak of and thus it sounds to them like a utopian society