Taylor Kitsch shares his favorite thing about Austin

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Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.. or can you? Austin After Hours host Taylor Ellison challenges Friday Night Lights star Taylor Kitsch to a friendly round of “Which Taylor Would?” See who’s living life the Lone Star way and hear about his new movie American Assassin, hitting theaters September 15th.

Pastor Greg Laurie Devotional Sermons Minitries Tv 2016 – The Nonbelievers Favorite Verse

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Greg Laurie (born December 10, 1952) is an American clergyman who serves as the senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California and Harvest Orange County in Irvine, California. Greg Laurie is also an author.
Greg Laurie, who was born in Long Beach, California, became a Christian in 1970 at Newport Harbor High School under the ministry of evangelist Lonnie Frisbee. At the age of 19, under the ministry of Calvary Chapel Pastor Chuck Smith, Greg Laurie was given the opportunity to lead a Bible study of 30 people. The church that formed from this group, Harvest Christian Fellowship, has grown to become one of the largest churches in the United States. In 2013, Harvest Christian Fellowship celebrated its 40th anniversary. The church has another dedicated campus in Irvine as well as three satellite campuses (Woodcrest, Eastvale, and South Corona—all in California) with a congregation of some 15,000 people, and also houses more than 80 ministries.
Greg Laurie holds two honorary doctorates from Biola University and Azusa Pacific University. Greg Laurie serves on the board of directors for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association In 2013, Greg Laurie served as the Honorary Chairman of the National Day of Prayer Task Force.

‘God Specializes'(Ricky Smiley Favorite)- Pastor E.Dewey Smith Jr. Singing Hymn Old School Saints

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E. Dewey Smith, Jr. is the senior pastor/teacher of The Greater Travelers Rest Baptist Church — The House of Hope, located in Decatur, Ga. Prior to moving to metro Atlanta, Pastor Smith served the Beulahland Bible Church in Macon, Ga. as senior pastor/teacher.

A native of Macon, Pastor Smith received his Bachelor of Arts degree in religion from Morehouse College in Atlanta, and has done graduate studies at the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse School of Religion. Smith graduated magna cum laude from Southern Christian University, Montgomery, Ala., with a Master of Science Degree. He received a Doctor of Divinity degree from The United Theological Seminary and Bible College, Monroe, La., and has completed postgraduate studies at the historic Oxford University in England.

E. Dewey Smith, Jr. commenced his preaching ministry at the tender age of 17 and his pastoral ministry at age 19. God has favored him by allowing tremendous and explosive growth to accompany his ministry. His first congregation grew from 48 to more than 3,000 members in 13 years. After faithfully serving at Beulahland, God elevated Pastor Smith to become pastor/teacher of The Greater Travelers Rest Baptist Church in January 2004. In just a short time, the church’s membership has quadrupled and now exceeds 7,000. Amazingly, in just his fifth year as its pastor/teacher, The Greater Travelers Rest was blessed to acquire a seven building (totaling 300,000 square feet), 55-acre campus, featuring a 7,000 seat Cathedral — all for the glory of God!

Pastor Smith’s Internet broadcasts are viewed weekly by millions around the world via StreamingFaith.com. He was selected as the “Up and Coming Broadcaster” of 2006 and the “Most Inspirational Person” of 2007 on the Streaming Faith network. Smith’s works have been published in The African American Pulpit journal and he proudly serves on the board of directors of The Morehouse School of Religion (ITC) (Atlanta, Ga.) and The United Theological Seminary and Bible College (Monroe, La.). Additionally, he was inducted into the Martin Luther King, Jr., Board of Preachers at Morehouse College as a DistinguishedPreacher. He is married to the lovely Andrea F. Smith who is his best friend and the most influential person in his life. They have been blessed with two sons — Kamari Elijah and Kylen Isaiah

The Best Free Online Gospel Radio Station Playing Your Favorite Gospel Hits | NiaRadioNetwork.com

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Visit an online gospel radio station based out of Winston Salem, NC to hear the largest mix of established and independent gospel artist. This gospel radio station airs an independent gospel song showcase at the bottom of every hour Monday through Friday. Listen to gospel comedy, breaking news and more!

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Trin-i-tee 5:7, Rance Allen, Ricky Dillard & New “G”, Evelyn Turrentine-Agee, The Soul Seekers, Deitrick Haddon, Israel Houghton, John P. Kee, Greater Mount Calvary Recording Choir, Keith ‘Wonderboy’ Johnson, Judy Jacobs, Beverly Crawford, April Nevels, Troy Sneed, Brian Courtney Wilson, Vashawn Mitchell, The Soul Seekers, Isaac Caree, Marvin Sapp, James Fortune & FIYA, DeWayne Woods, Tamela Mann, Byron Cage, forEver Jones, Karen Clark-Sheard, Vanessa Bell-Armstrong, Maurette Brown-Clark, Wess Morgan, Monique Walker, Fred Hammond, Greg O’Quin & iPrayze, J. Moss, RiZen, Alvin Darling & Celebration, JJ Hairston & Youthful Praise, Shirley Caesar, Vickie Winans, Ted Winn, Mighty Clouds of Joy, Israel & New Breed, Sheri Jones-Moffet, Ralph Lofton, Smokie Norful, Donnie McClurkin, Donald Lawrence & Company, Vickie Yohe, Brian Courtney Wilson, Kevon Carter, Bishop Eddie Long & Friends, Euince Wright, Bishop Albert Jamison & NY State Mass Choir, Pastor Greg Patrick, Kevin Jardio & Nu Virtue, Phil Tarver, Carnell Murrell, The Murrills, Isaiah Thomas & Elements of Praise, Larue Howard, William McDowell, Bonafide Praisers, Percy Bady, Bishop Noel Jones & The City Of Refuge Mass Choir, West Angeles COGIC Choir, Joe Leavell & St Stephens, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Stephen Hurd, SBenita Farmer, Bishop David G. Evans, Anointed Pace Sisters, The McClurkin Project, Izzy, Apostle Donald Alford, Martha Munizzi, Donald Lawrence & Tri-City, Zie’l, Micah Stampley, Myron Butler & Levi, Darwin Hobbs, Bishop Bruce Parham, Mary Mary, Yolanda Adams, Kurt Carr, Williams Brothers, Micah Stampley, Ted & Sheri, LaShun Pace, Kurt Carr, Cece Winans, Shekinah Glory Ministry, Benita Washington, Patrick Lundy & The Ministers Of Music, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Bishop Eddie Long & Total Praise Choir, Shea Norman, Georgia Mass Choir, Mississippi Mass Choir, Tim Bowman, GMWA National Mass Choir, Miami Mass Choir, Ben Tankard, Dottie Peoples, Heritage Christian Center Mass Choir, Kierra “Kiki” Sheard, Bishop Michael V. Kelsey & The New Samaritan Mass Choir, Walter Hawkins, Natalie Wilson & SOP Chorale, Williams Brothers, Canton Spirituals, Joe Pace, Harvey Watkins, Virtue, Lamar Campbell, VIP Mass Choir, Rizen, Bishop T.D. Jakes , Lonnie Hunter & The Voices of St. Mark, Chicago Mass Choir, Judith Christie-McAllister, Sounds of Blackness, GMWA Women Of Worship, Vanessa Williams, Reed’s Temple Choir, Twinkie Clark, Hezekiah Walker, Richard Smallwood, Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship Women’s Mass Choir & Many More … old & new!

Ray Johnston | Satan’s Favorite Lies | It’s too late

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This video is presented to you by Bayside Church in Granite Bay, California. Pastored by Ray Johnston, Bayside Church is one of the largest and fastest-growing churches in North America. For more information on how the rest of your life can be the best of your life, be sure to visit

Apex NC – America’s Favorite Small Town

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Tour Downtown Apex NC and the new Apex NC Nature Park. See why so many people love to call Apex NC Home! Check out the local businesses and venues such as Peak City Grill, Moon & Lola’s, Anna’s Pizzeria, Apex Outfitters, Salem Street Pub, Sophie & Mollie’s Boutique, The Rusty Bucket, Larancherita, The Beer Dispensary, The Blistered Pig, Prime Mortgage Lending, Apex Baptist Church, Halle Cultural Arts Center, Apex Skate Park, Apex Police Department, Apex Fire Department, and other local businesses! Apex isn’t just a town, it’s a community! Imagine art and music festivals, holiday celebrations such as 4th of July on Salem Street & Apex Christmas Parade! How about the Peak City Pig Fest and Apex Jazz Festival? There’s so much going on in this Small Town coined The Peak of Good Living! It’s no wonder it’s America’s Favorite Small Town to Live In!

BE THOU MY VISION — My Favorite Irish Hymn! :)

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New album HIGHER available now

This is the 2nd song I’ve released from my new sacred songs album HIGHER. I’ve always loved listening to Pavarotti and Andrea Bocelli, in particular their albums of sacred songs…and I just had the opportunity to release one of my own…inspired by them and by other great singers. I hope you enjoy. Feel free to share with friends and family!

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Gospel With Gary presents Gary’s favorite bass singers

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Welcome to Gospel with Gary. In this video I’m featuring some of my all time favorite bass singers in southern gospel music. Please subscribe to my channel, like the video and comment! Let me know who you agree with, disagree with, who should have made this list. (I could have made this a multi-hour project with all my favorites so narrowing it down was difficult) These are in no particular order. Hope you enjoy

1-Big Chief Wetherington (Statesmen quartet)
2- George Younce (The Cathedrals)
3- Tim Duncan (Ernie Haase & signature sound)
4-Burman Porter (Dove Brothers & Freedom Quartet)
5-Daniel Ashmore (Old Paths)
6-Richard Sterban (Stamps and The Oak Ridge Boys)
7-Harold Reid (Statler Brothers)
8- Gene McDonald (The Florida Boys)
9-Jeff Pearles (Palmetto State Quartet & Old time gospel hour)
10- JD Sumner (JD Sumner & the stamps & Masters 5)
11-Tracy Stuffle (The Perrys)
12- Jeff Chapman (Kingdom Heirs)
13-Will Lane (The Anchormen)
14-Tim Riley (Gold City)
15-Tennessee Ernie Ford
16- Ian Owens (Soul’d Out Quartet)
17-Ken Turner (Blackwood Brothers)

Honorable mentions that did not appear in the video: Ray Reese of the Kingsmen Quartet, Marlin Shubert and Mike Holcomb both of the Inspirations, Aaron Mccune formerly of Gold City and Anchormen, Matt Fouch and Glenn Dustin both of Legacy Five

Simple Gifts words lyrics best top popular favorite trending religious sing along song songs

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“Simple Gifts” is a Shaker song written and composed in 1848 by Elder Joseph Brackett.
It has endured many inaccurate descriptions. Though often classified as an anonymous Shaker hymn or as a work song, it is better classified as a dance song.

The tune was written by Joseph Brackett (1797–1882) in 1848.[2] Brackett, a lifelong resident of Maine, first joined the Shakers at Gorham, Maine, when his father’s farm helped to form the nucleus of a new Shaker settlement.[3]
Resurgence and enduring popularity[edit]
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Songs of America – Simple Gifts – Shaker Hymn, 1:40, Cibertracker Imperium
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The song was largely unknown outside Shaker communities until Aaron Copland used its melody for the score of Martha Graham’s ballet Appalachian Spring (Shakers once worshipped on Holy Mount, in the Appalachians), first performed in 1944. Copland used “Simple Gifts” a second time in 1950 in his first set of Old American Songs for voice and piano, which was later orchestrated. Many people thought that the tune of “Simple Gifts” was a traditional Celtic one but both the music and original lyrics are actually the compositions of Brackett. “Simple Gifts” has been adapted or arranged many times since by folksingers and composers.[4]
“Simple Gifts” was written by Elder Joseph while he was at the Shaker community in Alfred, Maine. These are the lyrics to his one-verse song:
‘Tis the gift to be simple, ’tis the gift to be free
‘Tis the gift to come down where we ought to be,
And when we find ourselves in the place just right,
‘Twill be in the valley of love and delight.
When true simplicity is gained,
To bow and to bend we shan’t be ashamed,
To turn, turn will be our delight,
Till by turning, turning we come ’round right.[5]
Several Shaker manuscripts indicate that this is a “Dancing Song” or a “Quick Dance.” “Turning” is a common theme in Christian theology, but the references to “turning” in the last two lines have also been identified as dance instructions.[1] When the traditional dance is performed properly, each dancer ends up where he or she began, “come ’round right.”




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Hey Y’all. Im doing a cruise tag, i found on someone else channel. Hope you enjoy and hope its informative.


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Get To Know Me Tag: Carnival Cruise Edition
1. What color reminds you of cruising?
2. What is your favorite food on a cruise?
3. What is your favorite beverage?
4. Which do you like best, Guy’s Burger or Blue Iguana?
5. What is your favorite port?
6. Where do you see yourself in five years? Gold, Platinum, or Diamond?
7. What is your favorite activity?
8. What is your favorite memory?
9. Do you cruise with friends?
10. What was your happiest time while cruising?
11. Do you remember the first time you went on a cruise?
12. Who is your favorite cruise director?
13. What type of cabin do you prefer?
14. Do you like dive-in movies?
15. What is your favorite lido activity?
16. What are some of your worst fears about cruising?
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19. Early to bed or late to rise?
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21. Do you have any cruise goals?

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THE OLD RUGGED CROSS best popular favorite Lent Christian hymn music songs

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THE OLD RUGGED CROSS Best popular favorite Lent Christian hymn music songs sung by Charles Szabo (c) 2016 Written 1912
Text by George Bennard Meter
Melody by George Bennard Published 1915
“The Old Rugged Cross” is a popular hymn written in 1912 by evangelist and song-leader George Bennard (1873–1958).

George Bennard was a native of Youngstown, Ohio, but was reared in Iowa. After his conversion in a Salvation Army meeting, he and his wife became brigade leaders before leaving the organization for the Methodist Church.[1] As a Methodist evangelist, Bennard wrote the first verse of “The Old Rugged Cross” in Albion, Michigan, in the fall of 1912[a] as a response to ridicule that he had received at a revival meeting.[3] Bennard traveled with Ed E. Mieras from Chicago to Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin where they held evangelistic meetings at the Friends Church from December 29, 1912 to January 12, 1913. During the meetings Rev. George Bennard finished “The Old Rugged Cross” and on the last night of the meeting Bennard and Mieras performed it as a duet before a full house with Pearl Torstensen Berg, organist for the meeting, as accompanist.[4] Charles H. Gabriel, a well-known gospel-song composer helped Bennard with the harmonies.[5] The completed version was then performed on June 7, 1913, by a choir of five, accompanied by a guitar[6] in Pokagon, Michigan, at the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Pokagon. Published in 1915, the song was popularized during Billy Sunday evangelistic campaigns by two members of his campaign staff, Homer Rodeheaver (who bought rights to the song for $50 or $500[3]) and Virginia Asher, who were perhaps also the first to record it in 1921. The Old Rugged Cross uses a sentimental popular song form with a verse/chorus pattern in 6
8 time, and it speaks of the writer’s Christian experience rather than his adoration of God. Bennard retired to Reed City, Michigan, and the town maintains a museum dedicated to his life and ministry.[7] A memorial has also been created in Youngstown at Lake Park Cemetery.[8] A plaque commenorating the first performance of the song stands in front of the Friend’s Church in Sturgeon Bay, WI.

“The Old Rugged Cross” has been a country gospel favourite ever since it became the title song of Ernest Tubb’s 1952 gospel album; it has been performed by some of the twentieth century’s most important recording artists, including Al Green, Andy Griffith, Anne Murray, Brad Paisley, Chet Atkins, John Berry, Floyd Cramer, George Jones, Eddy Arnold, Jim Reeves, Johnny Cash and June Carter, Kevin Max, Mahalia Jackson, Merle Haggard, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Ray Price, Ricky Van Shelton, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans,[9] The Oak Ridge Boys, The Statler Brothers, Vince Gill, Willie Nelson, Alan Jackson, George Beverly Shea and John Prine on the 2007 CD “Standard Songs for Average People” with Mac Wiseman. British television dramatist Dennis Potter used the gospel song prominently in several of his plays, most notably Pennies from Heaven (1978); and the song also played a major part in “Gridlock” (2007), an episode of the long-running sci-fi drama series Doctor Who. In early 2009, the song was covered by Ronnie Milsap on his gospel album Then Sings My Soul.

In his art parody volume Art Afterpieces, Ward Kimball created a variation on the painting Expulsion from Paradise by the 15th-century artist Giovanni di Paolo, which shows God pointing at a large circle below him. Kimball centered the record label of The Old Rugged Cross, as published by Victor, on the circle in the picture, complete with the trademark of Nipper (His Master’s Voice). “The Old Rugged Cross” was one of a number of Christian hymns co-opted by the Ku Klux Klan and sung at cross burnings.[10]
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All our Christian music videos can be found at (scroll down to bottom of playlist past our radio shows). Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel: CANSWERSTV at see websites: & was formerly director of Dayspring Evangelism back during most of the 1980s and early 1990s before starting “Christian Answers” in 1994. During Larry’s more than quarter of a century of Christian ministry and television outreach, this “Bluegrass” video is the only music video that he has ever produced until 2010 when his daughter Marlena Wessels recorded her first Christian song called “Jesus Is” (to see her music video please type “MARLENA WESSELS” in the YOUTUBE search box). Marlena’s song still plays on local Christian radio stations in Austin, Texas.

The years have passed but the music never gets old. Hear members of the Central Texas Bluegrass Association as they employ their guitars, banjos, big bass, fiddles, and harmonicas to play favorite Christian bluegrass Gospel songs. Psalm 98:4-5 says, “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all the earth: make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing praise. Sing unto the Lord with the harp: with the harp, and the voice of a psalm.” Gospel songs recorded here include: “Old Country Church, “I’m Using My Bible For a Road Map,” “Willie Roy,” “Back to the Cross,” “A Few More …,” Where the Soul of Man Never Dies,” “This World is Not My Home,” “I Can Almost Hear My Mother,” “I’ll Fly Away,” I Saw the Light,” and “Somebody Touched Me.”

Unlike mainstream country music, bluegrass is traditionally played on acoustic stringed instruments. The fiddle, five-string banjo, guitar, mandolin, and upright bass (string bass) are often joined by the resonator guitar (also referred to as a Dobro®) and harmonica. This instrumentation originated in rural dance bands and is the basis on which the earliest bluegrass bands were formed.

The guitar is now most commonly played with a style referred to as flatpicking, unlike the style of seminal bluegrass guitarist Lester Flatt, who used a thumb and finger pick. Banjo players often use the three-finger picking style made popular by Earl Scruggs. Fiddlers will frequently play in thirds and fifths, producing a sound that is characteristic to the bluegrass style. The bassist will almost always play pizzicato, occasionally adopting the “slap-style” to accentuate the beat. A bluegrass bass line is generally a rhythmic alternation between the tonic and dominant of each chord, with occasional walking bass excursions.

Instrumentation has been an ongoing topic of debate. Traditional bluegrass performers believe the “correct” instrumentation is that used by Bill Monroe’s band, the Blue Grass Boys (mandolin, played by Monroe, fiddle, guitar, banjo and bass). Departures from the traditional instrumentation have included accordion, harmonica, piano, autoharp, drums, electric guitar, and electric versions of other common bluegrass instruments, resulting in what has been referred to as “newgrass.”

Aside from specific instrumentation, a distinguishing characteristic of bluegrass is vocal harmony featuring two, three, or four parts, often with a dissonant or modal sound in the highest voice (see modal frame), a style described as the “high, lonesome sound.” Commonly, the ordering and layering of vocal harmony is called the ‘stack’. A standard stack has a baritone voice at the bottom, the lead in the middle (singing the main melody) and a tenor at the top; although stacks can be altered, especially where a female voice is included. Alison Krauss and Union Station provide a good example of a different harmony stack with a baritone and tenor with a high lead, an octave above the standard melody line, sung by the female vocalist.

“Praise ye the Lord. Praise God in His sanctuary: praise Him in the firmament of His power. Praise Him for His mighty acts: praise Him according to His excellent greatness. Praise Him with the sound of the trumpet: praise Him with the psaltery & harp. Praise Him with the timbrel & dance: praise Him with stringed instruments & organs. Praise Him upon the loud cymbals: praise Him upon the high sounding cymbals. Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord.” (Psalm 150)