Diversity's Symphony



  • 2014-08-05T01:43:05

Thanks guys, I posted and shared for others to see the beauty of embracing each other as we look to the CROSS, the Tree on which our Savior died for ALL of us, and we pray many more would hear & believe.

  • 2014-08-04T03:36:36

Good message. Living it!- The diversity, that is unity. (1Cor 12) (Eph 4) ...until we all attain to the unity of the faith... to the fulness of Christ. :-)

  • 2014-08-01T14:13:00

We are one in body (the church) we are one in The Lord, let us all pray for unity throughout the world. Video is Christ calling the church to repentance and re-dedication to God's kingdom purpose. Thank you for your commitment to God's call on your life, be blessed

  • 2014-08-01T13:21:34

I love the way he calls us out of all those things that further separate us from the gospel of Jesus Christ.

  • 2011-12-16T15:39:48

Heather Scherer If I offended you, I apologize. Many people try to dumb down the Word of God. If you are not one of these, I truly apologize. But you make alot of assumptions too. You, by your own words were telling me that the KJV was not the real bible. It may not be the original , but it is still the real bible. Just as real as the greek and hebrew. God said His word would be preserved. I stand by the KJV because it has served many people for hundreds of years and believe it is just as inspired as the originals. I for one will not judge God. It is up to Him who he chooses to preserve His word. King James only ordered the translations. And if you note, I said God smote his heart. In others words, he didn't think up the idea on his own. He didn't just convict a godly man to do it, he smote him to have it ordered by several translators other than himself. All the other versions take whole paragraphs out or change the meaning of Saviour into savior. Or change Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost into Spirit or spirit. Society as a whole has tried to dumb down the scriptures and make another path to heaven but Jesus Christ. Or all we have to do is love everyone or confess to a priest. God in my lifetime has smote my heart as well and changed the way I view His word. I did not go to a college and study history (although I thought it would be interesting, could never afford), but I don't believe I need to, to understand what is right and wrong when God convicts me and gives me discernment, which I have asked for. I question everything, like the bible says to do, that doesn't come from the bible. As far as post biblical history, I know many people that have studied christian history and go to them for questions if need be, but it's mainly just curiosity. I stand by the KJV because when I read it, I can feel the Holy Spirit working through it and teaching me. I did not grown significantly as a christian until I started reading the KJV version. I've read all the other versions too. The bible says not one jot or tittle shall be changed from His word. Then why do people think they have to change it so much to make it easier to read? Impoverished/so called ignorant children from all over the world and rich people alike read the KJV version for hundreds of years. It was their main schoolbook for alot of people. It's one of the things that made this country so great in days past, because of the convictions to do that which was right as a direct result of being taught out of the KJV. Again I apologize if I offended you, and this whole thing is not directed all at you, but to others who might read, so they understand. The main part to you is why I stand by KJV, not the other societal things I said. I just see society as a whole getting worse and more sin getting excused and tolerated and personally see it as a direct result of dumbing down the scriptures. That is why I defend the KJV. It is a direct translation from the greek and hebrew. To me the same thing. They used to teach Latin and Greek and Hebrew in some of the better schools of old too. Alot of Christian schools now teach them and not just the colleges. Kids learn Spanish and German and French, why not the others?

  • 2011-12-13T17:27:47

Its all the bible, what matters isnt the version you have in your hands, its the word of God in your heart and the life of Christ you imitate. Anybody can read any version, its the spirit of God that teaches irrespective of the version or language translation.

  • 2011-12-13T17:03:00

Yes so true...some people forget the the church is ONE BODY, and CHRIST is the HEAD of that BODY.

  • 2011-12-13T16:59:12

Wow this video is so truthful, God looks down on us and probably feels the same way, Wanting his people to know that his son died for us no matter what color or background you are Wake up America Serve God not the racism ideas.God Bless and Merry Christmas.

  • 2011-12-13T15:57:16

You make a lot of assumptions about me in your post. I do believe that the Bible is life changing in English and very real. My comment was about your King James preference. As a history major in college, I learned a lot about King James and his deplorable life and his failure as a king. I believe using medieval English is not the best way to help people find God. If you want them to really connect to the gospel, why not use a version that is easier to comprehend? I would encourage you to some real history reading and learning about this translation of the Bible that you prefer. It is just one among many.

  • 2011-12-13T15:40:57

Heather Scherer I personally do not believe that we have to read the Hebrew and Greek to understand the bible. I have plans on teaching my children Greek and Hebrew and Latin, so they can if they choose to. I think it is good to learn different languages and I believe like you, it would be very interesting. Although, I believe God is big enough to give a an inspired version in our own language. As far as real, I believe God is real and his word is real, Greek, Hebrew or English. God is bigger than that and it is a shame that you would not consider His bible for English speaking people real. KJV was translated into English from these Greek and Hebrew. God said his word would be preserved. We as English speaking people needed a version for us, since others would have it suppressed. God smote King James' heart to have it so. Look into the real history and the history of the other versions. Alot of them are translated from the KJV. Why translate and English bible from an English bible? Look into the translators of the other English versions and their lifestyles and what they stand for. Another interesting and eye opening read. But first ask our Holy and jealous God to give you discernment of truth and lie.

  • 2011-12-13T15:39:19

Very powerful message!

  • 2011-12-13T15:37:30

Lula, had to share on our ministries wall-AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 2011-12-13T15:24:08

If you want to read the real bible, it is not the KJV. It is in Hebrew and Greek. More difficult to learn, but worth the effort.

  • 2011-12-13T15:09:13

Very powerful words.

  • 2011-12-13T15:05:47

These young men's message is sadly so convicting and so true.

  • 2011-12-13T14:59:31

One of the most powerful truths I've ever heard! Jesus unites His body; denominations, versions, & dogmas divide It. Praying that my brothers & sisters in Christ will really hear the heartbeat of this message. If we ever needed to put aside our petty preferences for the cause of Christ's Kingdom, NOW is the time! Sing on, Brother!

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