Sunday, November 16, 2014


Like I usually comment about, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll be heading from home to worship.

However, I won't be going to worship with my church family.  Even though that is what I normally do.

Instead, I'll be heading across the border, to USA.  Once I've returned to Canada, I'll tell you about this experience.  :)

Even so, I'll be worshipping in spirit and in truth.  And, through music.

This hymn is by George Briggs and John Zundel and is entitled, God Has Spoken By His Prophets.  Here is a link for you to be able to listen and/or sing along:  The lyrics are below.

God Has Spoken By His Prophets

God has spoken by His prophets,
Spoken His unchanging Word,
Each from age to age proclaiming
God, the one, the righteous Lord.

Mid the world's despair and turmoil
One firm anchor holding fast:
God is King, His throne eternal,
God the First and God the Last.

God has spoken by Christ Jesus,
Christ the everlasting Son,
Brightness of the Father's glory,
With the Father ever one;

Spoken by the Word incarnate,
God of God, ere time was born;
Light of Light, to earth descending,
Christ as God in human form.

God is speaking by His Spirit,
Speaking to our hearts again;
In the age long Word declaring
God's own message, now as then.

Through the rise and fall of nations
One sure faith is standing fast:
God abides, the Word unchanging,
God the First and God the Last.

Yes, God has spoken.  He's spoken through His Word, the Bible.

As the lyrics tell us, God has spoken through Jesus, His everlasting Son.  Christ, who was born as God in human form.

God's Word, has never changed.  It has always remained the same. 

Just as we read in Malachi 3:6, "For I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed."

Yes, He will never change.  Nor, will His Word.  The Bible.

There are some people who do not accept the fact that the Bible is scripture inspired by God.  But, it is.

In it, He has told us in many places, how He loves us.  And, what we need to do, in obedience to His Word.

Do you read your Bible?

Do you attend Bible study?

Hopefully, you do. 

If so, may God bless you... always.

Until next time...

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