After hearing these three sing a medley of worship songs you will be shouting AMEN! Resound puts together a powerful medley of different worship songs called "Bless The Lord."
Your hands will be in the air and your head rocking back and forth to these tunes. A great way to start your week and fill your soul with the Lord. Listening to them sing together will really bless your heart and touch your soul.
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This 8-year-old named Tyler West, was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. The family feared for him being diagnosed this young. When he first realized he was not feeling well, he still did something to put a smile on the faces of his loved ones. This boy's fighting spirit will inspire you.
No matter what the case was, Tyler always did something to make the people around him happy. When he gets taken into the hospital he meets a doctor, who helps him and also becomes his best friend. God is working miracles in Tyler's life, and Tyler is working miracles in people's life with his heart. He loves to play video games and came up with a brilliant idea while playing. He wants to build the hospital he stays at in the game "Minecraft." Every time someone visits it, they can donate real money.
Thank you Tyler for being so joyous and happy, even in the most important traumatic times. Always smiling and always wanting to be himself. Never letting a bump in life get in his way, and always fighting to be better! more >>
Jill Dillard has released new information about how she is staying fit throughout her pregnancy—she works out to inspirational messages.
"Walking at the gym this morning while listening to a sermon by Pastor Rick Warren on the #OnePlace app!" Dillard posted to Instagram with a photo of herself.
Dillard, married to husband Derick, is 28 weeks pregnant with the couple's first child, a boy, due this summer. The couple discovered they were pregnant not long after returning from their honeymoon. However, it came as a surprise to both of them, and Jill explained that it took three pregnancy tests to convince her that she was, in fact, expecting. more >>
This man sets up a social experiment to see what would happen if he dropped $20 on the floor out in public. These people do something that shocked him.
Originally thinking, "would these people run off with my money or return it?" He then picks 10 people to walk by in public, and it just so happens that each and every one of those people return the $20 back to him. To reward them, this man tells them "thank you" and actually lets them keep the money he dropped, just for doing this good deed. He admits that his faith in humanity has grown immensely by doing this.
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Every day we put the news on and it seems that there is always a new case of conflict in the world. Whether it be between nations, races, or even religion it often is rooted to hatred. Hatred cause conflict to occur. It may be difficult to solve hatred, but we can use the unconditional love of Christ as a response to a hateful person.
The truth is, we are going to have conflict whether we like it or not. It is a part of life that we can't control in full. The key to dealing with conflict is to follow God's word and respond obediently. It may be easier said than done, but we must not lose the faith. If conflict is ignored there is a strong chance that it will continue. There are so many different ways conflict can be cause in your life and the world. It can be stirred up by a hot tempered heart, a greedy heart, hated heart, or even angry heart.
If you happen to see conflict and feel that you can help solve it, try your best to do so. The key to stopping conflict is to deal with it right away and trust in God. more >>
The man on the other side of that trigger probably would have killed Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. while stealing his car years ago, but a higher power was at work.
The "America's Got Talent" winner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. has spoken about his life, challenges to his faith, and how he has remained rooted in God in the wake of newfound fame.
Growing up between West Virginia and Detroit, Michigan, the 40-year-old jazz singer has been shot at, homeless and felt like he hit rock bottom before he became the season six winner of NBC's competition "America's Got Talent." American voters seemed to fall in love with the story of a car washer on his last dime belting out Frank Sinatra classics, but Murphy's life did not change in the way some would think when he won $1 million and a contract to headline shows in Las Vegas. more >>