Sunday 10 AM
God in His omniscience has embedded within the fabric of creation a voice. A voice that cries out with a singular message that all humans hear. To some it is a faint voice. But even though faint – it always rides the wind like a whisper. For the believer indwelt by the Holy Spirit, the voice is louder, clearer, and more personal. Because the voice resonates with the spirit of the believer, the response is, “My Deliverer is coming!
The people of God have always heard the voice. In Egypt, the captive Israelites heard it and cried out. When Israel was in captivity in Babylon they heard, and cried out for deliverance. In the first century both Simeon and Anna in the temple of God heard the voice and waited for Messiah with confidence that their deliverer was coming. Then it happened, in response to the cry, the Deliverer appeared.
Lu 2:6 While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, 7 and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.
The Deliverer had come. The song, “My Deliverer is Coming” by Rich Mullins, is a profound and powerful song with lyrics that surpass the typical shallow worship song. [READ MORE]