Delirious? Cutting Edge
Few albums have had a bigger impact on me than this one. "I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever", "Obsession", "Did You Feel The Mountains Tremble?", "The Happy Song"... I could put the whole tracklist here. This album was birthed out of spontaneous worship on a hillside in Littlehampton, West Sussuex England. I was blown away the first time I heard this album. Martin Smith said one time that he wished the church would get back to writing songs for the world. Songs that shared an experience with the Father and stop writing songs for themselves. Listen Here
Most of you know that I love to read and this stay at home order has opened up a lot more reading time. So you may be asking yourself, "What is Mic reading during all of this?" Well wonder no more. Here are all the books I have been digging into:
Music has always been a huge part of Lindsay and I's life. Everyday there is a speaker or a phone blaring tunes that invoke silly dance moves or quiet retrospection. Here are some of the things we have been jamming during the Stay at home order:
If your idea of Father God looks like Thanos - a deranged deity with a weird obsession with death that wants to snap his fingers and wipe out over half of the human race and the universe then you have not heard the Hope-Filled Beautiful Gospel. It's crazy to hear "preachers" wax on for hours about a crazy, destructive and hateful god that sounds more like a comic book character than the Father revealed through Jesus in Mathew, Mark, Luke and John. Jesus said if you've seen Him then you've seen the Father. Start there. If your view of God looks like anything other than Jesus, then you may want to revaluate your perspective.
This is part one of a six part series walking through what the good news actually is
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At Hope Community Church, we believe that when you see Jesus without the religious baggage you’ll find someone undeniably life-changing and worth following. We hope you see and experience Jesus through these thoughts, videos and messages.