Granddaughter’s ASL Song

I can’t help it. I really like this for some reason. So I’m posting it everywhere I can. If you’ve already seen it, thanks for watching. If you haven’t you are really missing out. Even if I am a proud grandpa. Raine puts so much expression into her signing.

Off her left shoulder is her brother Isaiah, and the next spot further to Raine’s left (blond hair) is her sister Keira. So we got a bonus of all three in one song.

Of course, I absolutely do not approve of the person who wrote and sang the song – a guy by the name of Ray Boltz. After a long career as a “Christian” musician he recently declared he was gay. He is now divorced from a wife of several decades. Typically, this is modern Christianity. The church does not teach the Bible, only opinions about the Bible, and this is one of the results. I’m sure he was encouraged to sin this way by all the “affirmation” homosexuals are receiving in the church. This is the fruit of the anti-christ. The guy sings nicely, and composes some nice songs. The sentiment is nice. But all the singing about Jesus doesn’t mean a thing if it is only coming from the lips. If it is not in line with God’s Word, it doesn’t matter how much sentiment you put into it – sincere lawlessness is still lawlessness. And Jesus will still declare to them, “I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.” (Matthew 7:23)

I don’t like mixing these two things – my granddaughter’s excellent work in ASL and a singer who has chosen a destructive lifestyle change. But something needs to be said, even if it is not pleasant. As far as “affirming” the homosexual lifestyle choice, people who do so are just as destructive as the lifestyle itself. See our video ‘Am I A Homophobe?’ for just a start on the facts, statistics, and quotes from homosexual authors concerning the awfulness of this high-handed sin.

Shalom,
Bruce

Shai Linne song False Teachers

Another one for Maggie. I’m not a big fan of rap, but this song is good both for content and for listenability. Lyrics are in the notes.

False Teachers. It’s about time someone is naming names.

Don Francisco song Beautiful to Me

I always like this song. Learned to play it too. It’s the story of a Pharisee called Simon and the woman who wept on the feet of Jesus at a dinner at Simon’s house, and anointed Him with costly oil.

The story is in Luke 7 starting at verse 36.

This is the original album version. There’s also a more recent live version with an insert of his wife doing ASL.

Beautiful to Me Don Francisco

Hanukah 2012 Day 4

Yes, we are at MT – if you happened to be wondering 😉 Happy 4th Night of Chanukah ya’ll!!! Hope you are having a great Festival of Lights!!!

When you feel like the only kid in town….without an x-mas tree….here are a list of people…just like YOU and ME 😉 (not really – but, ya know….)