Songs in the night erwin lutzer
Erwin W. Lutzer (Author of One Minute After You Die)
Will America Be Given Another Chance? by Erwin Lutzer, Sunday Sermons, Free Church Sermons, Bible Ch
This Sunday morning program provides a worship service for those unable to attend a local church. Join us on a journey with the Word, worship, and prayer. Lutzer earned his B. A clear expositor of the Bible, he is the featured speaker on three radio programs that are heard on more than outlets in the United States and around the world:. His speaking engagements outside of The Moody Church include Bible conferences and seminars, both domestically and internationally including: Russia, the Republic of Belarus, Germany, Scotland, Guatemala, and Japan.
Sometimes we go directly from great blessing to times of great trial. He was led by God into the wilderness and found Himself tempted to sin by the devil. Hungry and thirsty, He was very vulnerable, but He stood firm against Satan by using the Word of God. In this book, Pastor Lutzer reminds readers that truth is important and not merely a matter of individual opinion. He explains that it is the responsibility of church members to understand and distinguish biblical Christianity from counterfeit spirituality. Click below to receive this book for a gift of any amount, or call Moody Church Media at 1.
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Yet the basic concept of the program actually originated back in the s with Paul Rader, a former pastor of The Moody Church. George Ruth Santa. From that humble beginning, the Lord saw fit to bless and prosper the program. Through the late spring and summer months of , Songs in the Night was broadcast live each week from the auditorium of the Midwest Bible Church in Chicago. Establishing the basic format which we still use today, narrator Torrey Johnson was supported by the interspersed music of a choir, soloist, mixed trio and organ. But despite its immediate popularity, he soon found the program too demanding at the close of a full Sunday schedule.