Lamenting is Worship by Michael Card

I’ve watched this teaching three times now (first just to watch, second to confirm my thoughts about it, and third, to review before posting this blog), and while I might say that there are a couple small things to ignore or not worry about/take seriously, the vast majority of the teaching is sound and beneficial to all. I therefore heartily recommend watching all 7 parts (note, however that from the middle of the 6th part through the 7th part, the lesson ends in a question and answer section that is mostly inaudible in terms of the questions asked).

A key theme to listen and watch for:

The Vav Adversative. It all hinges there. Take notes!




~ by votivesoul on 09/04/2014.

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