Tag Archive 'southern gospel'

Aug 27 2015

Ingo Breuer

I Believe In A Hill Called Mt. Calvary

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  I love old-fashioned gospel music. Nothing more makes my heart worship and rejoice with great joy than these sounds. On Mt. Calvary where Jesus died on a cross our redemption was paid for. We as sinners by nature here find hope for our salvation because with our natural sin we are not justified before […]

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Dec 28 2012

Ingo Breuer

Michael Combs live southern gospel music

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This is from a Michael Combs gospel concert in Sevierville, Tennessee in November 2012. I love music that lifts up the name of Jesus! Music is a powerful tool for either good or evil. Music cultivates. It cultivates character, manners, temper, attitude, emotion etc. Exposure to wicked worldly music will create a wicked, worldly person […]

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Sep 30 2012

Ingo Breuer

The Gloryland Way

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I enjoy the old southern gospel hymns like J. S. Torbett’s song “The Gloryland Way”. Ernie Dawson and Heirline do a great version of this song. I still remember seeing this group perfom a long time ago at the little Jared Missionary Baptist Church in Chestnut Mound, TN. The song reminds us to look forward […]

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Jun 17 2012

Ingo Breuer

Southern Gospel: A joyful noise unto the Lord!

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God commands us to make a joyful noise unto Him and southern gospel music is a music that brings joy to the heart whereas worldly music often expresses a depressed intoxicated spirit. Music has a spirit to it and that spirit controls the room. David and Saul knew it when David was called upon to […]

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