Heart of Worship

By Aaron Griffith So, tomorrow I’m leading worship for the first time in quite a while and, like every time I sing, I am a little nervous. To calm these pesky nerves I have been spending time reflecting, and specifically on worship. There is a lot at stake when you stand before people and lead [...]

Book review: “The Pre-Wrath Rapture of the Church,” by Marvin J. Rosenthal

By Robert Hawes Of all the doctrinal topics that divide evangelical Christians, the study of Eschatology (“last things” or end-times prophecy) is surely one of the most polarizing, particularly where it touches on the “rapture” of the church. While evangelicals believe that Jesus Christ will personally, physically return to the earth someday, and that He [...]

The Difference Between Praise and Worship

By Jim Barringer When the weather is nice, when the sky is so blue that even a color-blind guy like me can see how beautiful it is, I like to go walking on the campus at Southwestern Seminary. During today’s walk, for whatever reason, I was pondering my personal philosophy of worship, the answer I [...]

Introduction to the Song of Solomon

INTRODUCTION In this session, we will give introductory information about the Song of Solomon and principles of interpretation. This will give us a road map so as to understand the big picture in the Song. King Solomon is the author of this eight chapter love Song in approximately 900 BC. It was probably written before [...]

Forerunner Ministry: Friends of the Bridegroom (Jn. 3:29)

Isaiah prophesied of forerunners who would prepare the way for the Lord in the End-Times or at the time of Jesus’ Second Coming when all flesh (all nations) shall see Jesus’ glory together. 3 The voice of one crying in the wilderness: “Prepare the way of the LORD; make straight in the desert a highway [...]

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