Audio Ministry and Music

From time to time, new content is added to this page. The most recent addition appears just below.

NEW:  A moving spiritual song of praise to the Savior, written in 1863 by Mary Shekleton, and sung at a hymn sing in Mosinee, Wisconsin, on October 7, 2019.  The text of the song is given below.

It passeth telling, that dear love of Thine,
My Jesus! Saviour! yet these lips of mine
Would fain proclaim to sinners far and near
A love which can remove all guilty fear,
And love beget.

It passeth praises, that dear love of Thine,
My Jesus! Saviour! yet this heart of mine
Would sing a love so rich—so full—so free,
Which brought a rebel sinner, such as me,
Nigh unto God.

But though I cannot tell or sing or know
The fullness of Thy love while here below,
My empty vessel I may freely bring—
O Thou who art of love the living spring,
My vessel fill.

I am an empty vessel—scarce one thought
Or look of love to Thee I’ve ever brought;
Yet I may come, and come again to Thee
With this, the needy children’s only plea—
“Thou lovest me!”

Oh, fill me, Jesus, Saviour, with Thy love;
Lead, lead me to the living fount above!
Thither may I in simple faith draw nigh
And never to another fountain fly,
But unto Thee.

And Jesus, when Thee face to face I see,
When on Thy lofty throne I sit with Thee;
Then of Thy love in all its breadth and length,
Its height and depth, its everlasting strength,
My soul shall sing.

 

 

“Walking Worthy”: Encouraging and positively edifying ministry by Jim Hyland at the Lawrenceville/Vincennes Bible Conference in March, 2019.  Believers are exhorted in the word of God to walk worthy of their calling, to walk worthy of the Lord, to walk worthy of God, and to walk worthy of the gospel of Christ.

 

“Thou Art Coming, Loving Savior”, a majestic hymn written by Hannah K. Burlingham in the 19th century, and sung at a hymn sing in Mosinee, Wisconsin, on March 9, 2014.  A short biography of Miss Burlingham, including a list of some of her precious hymns, may be found here.

(Lyrics and music score at this link:  http://eog.kulp.ch/PDF/eogsized/EOG272.pdf)

 

 

Mosinee Young People’s Bible Study on December 1, 2018 (edited).

 

Stephen Stewart addresses a Bible conference in St Louis on the subject of government as instituted by God, and on the way Christians ought (and ought not to) relate to civil government, consistently with the dispensational ways of God.  (11/24/2018)

 

Mosinee assembly hymn sing on August 5, 2018.

 

Recent ministry by Bill Prost at the Aberdeen Bible Conference on the scriptural balance between the need for submission to God-ordained authority and the responsibility of those in authority to accommodate themselves to those they lead, so as to provide an atmosphere that brings “life from the dead” in a moral sense (II Kings 4:29-36), particularly as applied to shepherds in the assembly of God. (7/1/2018)

 

Comments on working out the practical salvation of the assembly collectively, from a Bible reading meeting on Philippians 2:12-15 at the Vestal, NY, Bible Conference, in May 2018.

 

Helpful ministry by Bill Brockmeier on honoring and serving the Lord in the workplace, given at the 2018 Kirkland, Washington, Bible Conference.

 

Bill Prost on II Timothy 4 – Exhortations for the last days (May 9, 2018, Mosinee, WI)

 

Bill Prost on Joseph’s four garments (hymn sing talk, May 10, 2018, Mosinee, WI)

 

 

Mosinee Assembly hymn sing recordings:

“On His Father’s Throne Is Seated”  (May 9, 2015)

“Shine Forth, Oh Lord” (May 10, 2018)

 

3 thoughts on “Audio Ministry and Music”

  1. This is very much usefull for our ministry for the Lord people, we are like to work those are truely love the Lord and faithful in the Lord.

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