10/19/08 “JESUS LAMB OF GOD”………………..Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church ~ 1310 East Lincoln Avenue Orange CA, 92865 ~ 714.637.0301 Orange Anahiem Tustin Yorba Linda church 92703 92701 92705 92808 92886 92870 92831



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10/19/08 “JESUS LAMB OF GOD

Written by Dennis Jernigan

You are my strength when I am weak
You are the treasure that I seek
You are my all in all
Seeking You as a precious jewel
Lord, to give up I’d be a fool
You are my all in all

Taking my sin, my cross, my shame
Rising up again I bless Your name
You are my all in all
When I fall down You pick me up
When I am dry You fill my cup
You are my all in all

Jesus, Lamb of God
Worthy is Your name
Jesus, Lamb of God
Worthy is Your name

You are my strength when I am weak
You are the treasure that I seek
You are my all in all
Seeking You as a precious jewel
Lord, to give up I’d be a fool
You are my all in all

Jesus, Lamb of God
Worthy is Your name
Jesus, Lamb of God
Worthy is Your name

Dennis Jernigan is a singer-songwriter of contemporary Christian music. He is native to Oklahoma, and headquarters a music-based ministry from there. Jernigan now lives in Muskogee, Oklahoma with his wife and their nine children. He claims to have overcome homosexuality. Jenigan has been married to his wife for more than twenty five years.

A primary source of inspiration for Jernigan’s message and music is an experience he describes as his “deliverance from homosexuality”. Jernigan states that this began during a 2nd Chapter of Acts concert in Norman, Oklahoma.[1][2] Jernigan believes his prior identification as homosexual was related to an erroneous childhood perception that he had been rejected by his father.

As a boy I needed a role model to show me the way to manhood. But because I felt rejected by the main man in my life I, in turn, rejected him and began to yearn for intimacy with a man in perverse ways. Because of this wrong thinking I came to believe I was homosexual. It must have begun early in my life because I remember having those feelings for the same gender at a very early age.
It was then [during a critical moment at the 2nd Chapter of Acts concert] that I lost the need to be accepted or loved by others because I realized Jesus would love me and accept me no matter what, even when I was rejected by others! It was also at this same time that those sexually perverse thoughts and desires were changed…and He began to replace them with holy and pure thoughts about what sexual love was all about.

Following the experience at the concert, Jernigan developed a ministry based on his personal experience, which he shares at churches and other locations around the world. However, Jernigan is concerned that passage of the proposed Hate Crimes Bill (H.R. 1592) would strip him of his right to speak freely about his departure from a homosexual self identity

Church Street Railroad Crossing, Huntsville, AL



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Signal on the left: 3 pairs of Safetran 12×20 inch lights, 1 pair of Safetran 12×24 inch lights, a WCH mechanical bell, an Invensys Rail gate mechanism, and RECO gate lights.
Signal on the right: 3 pairs of Safetran 12×20 inch lights, an Invensys Rail gate mechanism, and NEG gate lights.

Since my car went into and came out of the shop yesterday, I decided to head out today and see what was running on the NS in downtown. This was the first train I caught yesterday: an eastbound NS mixed freight with two Dash-9s leading an SD80MAC. You might also hear NS A81 doing some switching in the background.

For whatever reason, NS decided to replace Safetran 12×24 inch mast lights from the 1990s on the nearer cantilever signal with some new Safetran 12×20 inch lights. Not entirely sure why this was, as the rest of the crossing still remains the same, especially with the early Safetran 12×20 inch overhead lights on both signals and the pair of 1990s Safetran 12×24 inch lights on the mast of the far signal. I personally do think that the 12x24s that were on the near signal did look a bit better. The Huntsville Depot Museum (and the titular Huntsville Depot) can be seen on the left. The depot here in Huntsville was originally built by the Memphis & Charleston Railroad and housed the headquarters for their eastern division. It’s also the oldest surviving depot in the state of Alabama. The Regions Bank building and a few other skyscrapers in downtown Huntsville can also be seen in the background of the shot.

Also, as a bit of a side note: NS 335 is back and is running the Macon, GA to Sheffield, AL (via Chattanooga, TN) route that it had before being abolished a few years back! NS 364 is now the eastbound counterpart for this train, so I’ll have to see about catching both of them soon if possible.

I’m Walking In The Glory..



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Apostle Venus Ponder of New Beginning Faith Ministry Church, Newman, Georgia is telling the whole truth and nothing but the truth @ The Church of the Living God Lord Jesus in Columbus, Georgia.

Compass Church Aurora – Quick Clip – We Need Each Other



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In this “Quick Clip” from last Sunday’s Message at Compass Church in Aurora, Colorado, Pastor Johnny Leckie describes the importance of God’s design for Church and relationships: “We need each other!”

Happy Pride from Madison Square Presbyterian Church of San Antonio, Texas



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A message for Pride from Rev. Dr. Bart Roush, the Pastor of Madison Square Presbyterian Church in San Antonio, Texas #MSQPC #GayPrideSA #SanAntonio #ForeverProudSA #PrideSanAntonio

Built on the Rock the Church doth Stand – Trinity Lutheran Church Milwaukee, WI



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“Built on the Rock the Church doth Stand”
by Nicolai F.S. Grundtvig, 1783-1872
Translated by Carl Doving, 1867-1937
Voice: Kelsey Kalous

Trinity Lutheran Church
Milwaukee, WI

Recording & Mixing Software : Garageband
Microphone: Audio‑Technica AT2035
Video Editing Sotfware : iVideo

Lyrics:
1. Built on the Rock the Church doth stand,
Even when steeples are falling;
Crumbled have spires in every land,
Bells still are chiming and calling,
Calling the young and old to rest,
But above all the soul distrest,
Longing for rest everlasting.

2. Surely in temples made with hands,
God, the Most High, is not dwelling;
High above earth His temple stands,
All earthly temples excelling.
Yet He whom heavens cannot contain
Chose to abide on earth with men,
Built in our bodies His temple.

3. We are God’s house of living stones,
Builded for His habitation;
He through baptismal grace us owns
Heirs of His wondrous salvation.
Were we but two His name to tell,
Yet He would deign with us to dwell,
With all His grace and His favor.

4. Now we may gather with our King
E’en in the lowliest dwelling;
Praises to Him we there may bring,
His wondrous mercy forthtelling.
Jesus His grace to us accords;
Spirit and life are all His words;
His truth doth hallow the temple.

5. Still we our earthly temples rear
That we may herald His praises;
They are the homes where He draws near
And little children embraces.
Beautiful things in them are said;
God there with us His covenant made,
Making us heirs of His kingdom.

6. Here stands the font before our eyes
Telling how God did receive us;
The altar recalls Christ’s sacrifice
And what His table doth give us;
Here sounds the Word that doth proclaim
Christ yesterday, today, the same,
Yea, and for aye our Redeemer.

7. Grant then, O God, where’er men roam,
That, when the church-bells are ringing,
Many in saving faith may come
Where Christ His message is bringing:
“I know Mine own, Mine own know Me;
Ye, not the world, My face shall see.
My peace I leave with you.” Amen.

A Legacy of Faith: The Russian Orthodox Church in Alaska



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Since the days of early Russian traders in the mid-1700s, the Russian Orthodox church has had a place in the history of rural Alaska. “A Legacy of Faith” looks at the beliefs, traditions, and people of the Russian Orthodox Church in Alaska. From St. Michael’s Cathedral in Sitka, to St. Herman’s Seminary in Kodiak, to an all-night Easter service in the village of Russian Mission. ©KUAC, 1987

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Fr Michel in Ukraine, vlog 2



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🇺🇦 Day two in Ukraine! Today’s vlog by Father Michel Remery​ includes a brief history lesson, churches, cookies, and ice cream 👴🏻🍪🍦

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Music: Nicolai Heidlas – Wings