Our Prayer Request AND VIDEOS Visual Bible Pages

INTRODUCING

VIDEOS Visual Bible Page

Rather than having these videos become lost somewhere down the blog roll we made a separate page where movie versions of the Gospels and Bible stories can easily be found. The movies were made at different times and have their own credits.

There is no substitute for personal and group Bible study. These movies might challenge, reinforce, or introduce you to your study.

Prayer Request Page

If you have not visited our Prayer Request page – anytime is a good time. Please add the posted Prayer Requests to your Prayer List. You may add your Prayer Requests by replying or emailing us. Our contact information is at http://www.StopAndPrayTV.org

VIDEO 11 yr Old Went to Heaven and Back, and Tells What He Saw!

Feb 19, 2011

When he was 3, Colton Burpo went to heaven during an operation on his ruptured appendix, and at now age 11, tells what he saw and heard!

VIDEO Christian Classical Music

Feb 28, 2012

Praise the Lord! I decided to make a video featuring my favorite hymns in classical music form as well as my favorite pictures.

The featured songs are: Ancient Words, Be Thou my Vision, Come Thou Long Expected, & Give Thanks

OUR MIDDLE C

“I the LORD do not change.”
MALACHI 3:6

When Lloyd Douglas, author of The Robe and other novels, attended college, he lived in a boardinghouse. A retired, wheelchair-bound music professor resided on the first floor. Each morning Douglas would stick his head in the door of the teacher’s apartment and ask the same question, “Well, what’s the good news?” The old man would pick up his tuning fork, tap it on the side of the wheelchair, and say, “That’s middle C! It was middle C yesterday; it will be middle C tomorrow; it will be middle C a thousand years from now. The tenor upstairs sings flat. The piano across the hall is out of tune, but, my friend, that is middle C.”

You and I need a middle C. Haven’t you had enough change in your life? Relationships change. Health changes. The weather changes. But the Yahweh who ruled the earth last night is the same Yahweh who rules it today. Same convictions. Same plan. Same mood. Same love. He never changes.

from TRAVELING LIGHT

Is this your mournful plight?

“The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved.” Jeremiah 8:20

Not saved! Dear reader, is this your mournful plight? Warned of the judgment to come, bidden to escape for your life, and yet at this moment not saved! You know the way of salvation, you read it in the Bible, you hear it from the pulpit, it is explained to you by friends, and yet you neglect it, and therefore you are not saved. You will be without excuse when the Lord shall judge the quick and dead. The Holy Spirit has given more or less of blessing upon the word which has been preached in your hearing, and times of refreshing have come from the divine presence, and yet you are without Christ. All these hopeful seasons have come and gone—your summer and your harvest have past—and yet you are not saved.

Years have followed one another into eternity, and your last year will soon be here: youth has gone, manhood is going, and yet you are not saved. Let me ask you—will you ever be saved? Is there any likelihood of it? Already the most propitious seasons have left you unsaved; will other occasions alter your condition? Means have failed with you—the best of means, used perseveringly and with the utmost affection—what more can be done for you?

Affliction and prosperity have alike failed to impress you; tears and prayers and sermons have been wasted on your barren heart. Are not the probabilities dead against your ever being saved? Is it not more than likely that you will abide as you are till death for ever bars the door of hope? Do you recoil from the supposition? Yet it is a most reasonable one: he who is not washed in so many waters will in all probability go filthy to his end. The convenient time never has come, why should it ever come? It is logical to fear that it never will arrive, and that Felix like, you will find no convenient season till you are in hell. O bethink you of what that hell is, and of the dread probability that you will soon be cast into it!

Reader, suppose you should die unsaved, your doom no words can picture. Write out your dread estate in tears and blood, talk of it with groans and gnashing of teeth: you will be punished with everlasting destruction from the glory of the Lord, and from the glory of His power. A brother’s voice would fain startle you into earnestness. O be wise, be wise in time, and ere another year begins, believe in Jesus, who is able to save to the uttermost. Consecrate these last hours to lonely thought, and if deep repentance be bred in you, it will be well; and if it lead to a humble faith in Jesus, it will be best of all. O see to it that this year pass not away, and you an unforgiven spirit. Let not the new year’s midnight peals sound upon a joyless spirit! Now, NOW, NOW believe, and live.

“Escape for thy life;
Look not behind thee,
Neither stay thou in all the plain;
Escape to the mountain,
Lest thou be consumed.”

God Changes Families

They all continued praying together with some women, including Mary the mother of Jesus, and Jesus’ brothers.
ACTS 1:14

God has proven himself as a faithful father. Now it falls to us to be trusting children. Let God give you what your family doesn’t. Let him fill the void others have left. Rely upon him for your affirmation and encouragement. Look at Paul’s words: “you are God’s child, and God will give you the blessing he promised, because you are his child” (Gal. 4:7).

Having your family’s approval is desirable but not necessary for happiness and not always possible. Jesus did not let the difficult dynamic of his family overshadow his call from God. And because he didn’t, [his family] chapter has a happy ending.…

He gave them space, time, and grace. And because he did, they changed.… One brother became an apostle (Gal. 1:19) and others became missionaries (1 Cor. 9:5).

He Still Moves Stones