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How to Bless God | Message 8
These days we hear the phrase, “Giving back”, quite often. It is an acknowledgement that others have been partly responsible for our successes and helping others is a way of passing on the favor, but is it possible to give back to God for what He has done for us? Oh, we can do many things in His service but can we actually bless God in return for His blessings on us?
This message considers how we can bless God directly, in ways similar to David, the man after God’s own heart.
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- Ps. 50:15
- Rev. 5:11-14
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This video presentation is similar to a screen saver that automatically advances with celestial images of the heavens from the Hubble, Nasa, STScI and James Webb sites. They all have an accompanying scripture, or portions which can help illustrate Psalm 19:1 “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork”.
This series on the Glory of God was originally introduced with only ten Hubble slides shown on a large screen while fifteen verses were being read. It lasted about ten minutes. When completed there will be around 400 images in the Video Slideshow with related scriptures.
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