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Having the right relationship with God is the first and most significant requirement for the true Renaissance Person, for it is only with such a relationship that the human spirit is truly free to soar.
Regrettably, I can no longer support the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. This is because apostates are currently in leadership positions. If this changes, and our denomination is restored to orthodoxy, I will once more support it. In the meantime, I am looking for a church home in a Lutheran denomination that remains faithful to Scripture and to our worship.
Johann Sebastian Bach is sometimes referred to as the fifth evangelist. He evangelizes through his music, which has become popular and renown throughout the world. Bach was a staunch Lutheran, and his music is the epitome of the joy of the Christian who realizes that our salvation is dependent on God alone, and is a free gift which we do not have to earn in any way. Even our faith is a gift. For your listening pleasure, I have made available a few of Bach's famous organ compositions, courtesy of Classical Midi Archives and of Dean Lampe, who sequenced these midi files.Prelude and Fugue in D, BWV 532
Prelude and Fugue in G, BWV 541
Prelude and Fugue in a, BWV 543
Prelude and Fugue in c, BWV 549
Prelude and Fugue in e, BWV 533 This one is a special favorite of mine, and my sister Becky plays it.
Made for Beauty
Note about KFUO: The most popular program on the station, Issues, Etc., has been removed from their programming. This is just one more indication of the apostasy that is growing like a cancer in the Missouri Synod. If at all possible, PROTEST this action, and make sure it gets the publicity it deserves. Even the Wall Street Journal is paying attention: Radio Silence.
In the meantime, if you are a fan of classical music, I have found an AWESOME station that is nothing BUT beautiful classical music, without the ugly modern, dissonant stuff, and without disruptive chatter. It's WCPE, in North Carolina. Here's the link: The Classical Station. This station has umpteen forms of streaming audio, and is available by satellite. Not only that, but they feed a number of other stations, and there may be one in your area, and it may be possible to get a feed from your cable company. And they are looking for people who are willing to seek a local outlet for their music. This station has NO ties to government funding or to NPR. It broadcasts the Metropolitan Opera. Regrettably, I cannot recommend a Christian radio station or network at this time.Bible Verses in Many Languages
Bible Verses in Many Languages, text only
Cults and Sects
Evidences (apologetics) Includes links to information in multiple languages
creation.com Creation articles in various languages
Donate Bibles to persecuted Christians
The Greatest Story Ever Told - In Fractals
Lincoln's Favorite Devotions daily Bible verse and very short meditation
It is with regret that I have removed the link to The Lutheran Hour for acting against the speaker who is willing to live his faith by insisting that all Lutheran pastors shall proclaim the Gospel in all its purity, never to compromise this duty, regardless of venue.
Lutheran Bible Translators
Lutherans for Life
Ongoing Ambassadors for Christ
Lutheran Women's Missionary League
LCMS World Relief
Project Wittenberg Lutheran texts online
The Cambridge Declaration of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
The Lutheran Hymnal
Lutheran Homeschoolers Yahoo Club
Missouri Synod Lutherans Yahoo Club
I am looking for any web sites that have Psalm 23 and John 3:16 in many languages. If you know of such a site, please email me. Also, if you have access to a Bible in a language which I do not have, or you can write in any of these languages, whether listed here or not, please email me. Also, if you can help me with foreign fonts, please email me. Thank you.
Silent Night in Many Languages
The Lord's Prayer in over 1500 languages Also contains Catholic prayers and occasionally portions of the liturgy.
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