Series: Songs on the Way to Heaven
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Psalm 130 - by Michael Phillips
Songs on the Way to Heaven - Part 11 of 15
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Psalm 130
Sep 18, 2005 am - Once upon a time two pastors preached on the doctrine of Hope. They began with the same Bible verse, made the same three points, and closed with the same stirring appeal. When published a few months later, the sermons were so alike that the readers had to wonder 'who copied whom'. The people who ... More >>>


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Psalm 131 - by Michael Phillips
Songs on the Way to Heaven - Part 12 of 15
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Psalm 131
Sep 25, 2005 am - In 1952 Samuel Beckett published a play called Waiting for Godot. The curtain rises on two bums waiting for M. Godot. Being French bums, it's not long until they're discussing the meaning of life, suicide, and the other light topics the French are always discussing! Hours later a boy arrives saying ... More >>>


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Psalm 132 - by Michael Phillips
Songs on the Way to Heaven - Part 13 of 15
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Psalm 132
Oct 16, 2005 am - Ask not what you can do for your God; Ask what your God can do for you. This (possibly) humorous variation on President Kennedy's famous line summarizes the general teaching of the Bible, and of Psalm 132 in particular. DAVID'S AFFLICTIONS It starts with a man who wants to do something for God. The ... More >>>


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Psalm 133 - by Michael Phillips
Songs on the Way to Heaven - Part 14 of 15
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Psalm 133
Oct 23, 2005 am - What kind of people join the Communist Party, and why do they devote themselves to its cause? If you had asked me this a few weeks ago, I would have answered: malcontents join the Communist Party, and they give themselves to it because they're brainwashed and are afraid not to. This is what I have ... More >>>


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Psalm 134 - by Michael Phillips
Songs on the Way to Heaven - Part 15 of 15
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Psalm 134
Oct 30, 2005 am - Four or five months ago we began to study The Songs of Ascents, which are Psalms 120-134. They got this name, Ascents, because they were sung as the people 'ascended' (or went up) to Jerusalem. Read the Bible till your eyes fall out and you'll never find anyone going down to Jerusalem, over, back, ... More >>>


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