The Gospel Leaders - What We Need Is Love / Waiting On The Lord album flac
- Album: What We Need Is Love / Waiting On The Lord
- FLAC: 1626 mb | MP3: 1656 mb
- Style: Gospel
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 420
- Format: AC3 TTA AHX DTS WMA MP2 APE
|A||What We Need Is Love||3:40|
|B||Waiting On The Lord||2:10|
- Recorded At – Bradley Recording Co., Inc. – BRC-4128
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Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International Ministry of Worship - The Anthem/You Have Won The Victory - Lyrics from their 2013 album - One Sound.
All We Need Is Love" is a song recorded by Australian singer and songwriter Ricki-Lee Coulter. It was released as a digital extended play on 2 May 2014, as the lead single from her fourth studio album Dance in the Rain. Coulter wrote the song with Ilan Kidron and Stuart Crichton, in hopes that it would encourage people to spread love and positivity. The lyrics are intended to make people smile and feel good about themselves.
What the World Needs Now Is Love" is a 1965 popular song with lyrics by Hal David and music composed by Burt Bacharach. First recorded and made popular by Jackie DeShannon, it was released on April 15, 1965, on the Imperial label after a release on sister label Liberty records the previous month was canceled. It peaked at number seven on the US Hot 100 in July of that year. In Canada, the song reached number one.
Waiting on the Lord may be one of the most difficult aspects of the Christian life. When Jesus promised that he would return, he instructed his followers to wait. That is easier said than done. I. Waiting on the Lord requires patient trust. We live by the adage: Don't just stand there, do something. While God often says to us: Don't just do something, stand there. A. Waiting means that we give God the benefit of the doubt that he knows what he is doing. B. Waiting is God's way of seeing if we will trust him before we move forward. That trust is a patient trust. My job is to be a watchman. I need to have a watchman's attitude: a confident and alert expectation that God will do what he said he will do. III. Waiting on the Lord allows God to do his work. Not only do I want to do God's work, but also I want to speed up his process.
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Are you waiting on the Lord for love, for a breakthrough, or for answers to specific prayers? Are you waiting for someone, waiting for the right one, or just waiting for God’s will, God’s plan and direction for your life? Do you need some encouragement as you wait patiently on the Lord? I pray these Encouraging Scriptures on Waiting will Inspire, Encourage, Comfort and Reassure you today as you wait for God’s will, God’s plan, God’s answers, guidance, leading and direction. Like the Bible Verse Wait on the Lord, be of good courage (Psalm 27:14) reminds us – God is our strength. Bible Verses about Waiting upon the Lord – Trust in the Lord Proverbs 3:5-6, ESV Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. Bible Verses about Trusting God.
Waiting strategically can cultivate good fruit in in our lives such as patience, perseverance, and endurance. It also draws us closer to our Savior and points those who are watching us to the gospel. To that end, here are 10 things to do while you wait. 1. Believe that the God who saved you hears your cries (Micah 7:7). Have you ever felt like your prayers are bouncing off the ceiling? Perhaps, like me, you have prayed for years about a concern, but God has seemed silent. The Lord has strewn the pages of of God’s Word with promises of blessedness to those who wait for Him. And remember, His slightest Word stands fast and sure; it can never fail you. So, my soul, see that you have a promise underneath thee, for then your waiting will be resting and a firm foothold for your hope will give you confidence in Him who has said, ‘They shall not be ashamed that wait for M.
We need to learn how to pray; we need to be taught how to converse with God by the One who is both God’s Word to us and our complete answer to God’s Word. This is why we offer our prayers in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Habakkuk could not see or know this, living almost 600 years before Jesus. But already, although not fully, but still with assurance, God tells Habakkuk the kingdom will come: It surely will come. But this does not mean we simply do nothing. Luther says what we do is the righteousness of God, which we receive through faith and is God’s work in us. This is all of God; it is God’s doing, which is why it frees and empowers us to find great pleasure in living a life of obedience to God, delighting in God’s ways rather than our own. This is faith that works by the energy of love, the love which the Holy Spirit generously pours into our lives when we hear the Word and eat at the table of our Lord.
Waiting on God is a regular refrain in the life of faith. It is an expression of the healthy heart’s desire: O Lord, we wait for you; your name and remembrance are the desire of our soul (Isaiah 26:8). And it is an echo of the unparalleled power and grace of God, who acts for those who wait for him (Isaiah 64:4). With all those centuries of waiting for the Messiah, you might think the waiting would be done once Jesus had come. But now in the church age, we wait as much as ever, called to live in the shadow of his return. It is the first thing Paul celebrates about love in 1 Corinthians 13 - love is patient (1 Corinthians 13:4) - and one of the most repeated exhortations to church leaders (1 Thessalonians 5:14; 2 Timothy 2:24; 4:2). Eternal life is the possession of those who by patience in well-doing seek for glory and honor and immortality (Romans 2:7).