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Some Old Testament Names of God # 2
Adonai, Jehovah-Sabaoth
Ps 113:1-6 (NAS)

1 Praise the (Yaah) LORD! Praise, O servants of the LORD. Praise the name of the LORD . 2 Blessed be the name of the LORD from this time forth and forever. 3 From the rising of the sun to its setting the name of the LORD is to be praised. 4 The LORD is high above all nations; His glory is above the heavens. 5 Who is like the LORD our God, who is enthroned on high, 6 Who humbles himself to behold {the things that are} in heaven and in the earth?

When one looks into our translations of the Old Testament for the name of God they normally see the word God or Lord. But in the Hebrew, there are other names, other connotations, and the more that we learn about the names of God the better we can serve. Him, the better we can walk with Him.

1. The Name Adonai.   Gen.15:2 

"And Abraham said, "O Lord GOD, what wilt Thou give me, since I am childless, and the heir of my house is Eliezer of Damascus?" (NAS)

Introduction to Point One
The first name I want to emphasize today is the Hebrew name, Adonai. And it is the name that is always translated Lord. The first time Adonai is used in the Old Testament is in Genesis 15:2.

Here you have the request of Abraham. He wanted to pass on his inheritance, all that he had.  He wanted to pass it on to someone who in his bloodline. He couldn't do that and so he came to God and calls Him Adonai. Is it such that the other names do not include the idea of Lordship? No, but he wanted to add a dimension to the name Yahweh and say Lord. He wanted to recognize the aspect of Lordship.

Yes, Yahweh is Lord but we add to it when we say the word Adonai. The name Adonai is translated Lord in the Bible and it signifies ownership or mastership and indicates the truth that God is the owner of each member of the human family and that He consequently claims the unrestricted obedience of us all. He is Lord.

When you say that God is Lord and you go further and say that you have acknowledged Jesus as Lord, do you really understand what that means? He is Lord and there is not anything that you know about yourself or that you know about Him that is restricted from Him. He is the Lord!

In the past few weeks we have heard a lot about the death of J F Kennedy Jr.. It seems for an entire week, you see and hear a lot about it. Different Television Personalities get ministers on the programs.

It's almost like there say " We can deal with most situations in life without God. We don't give Him much time or much credence to Him but now we got some questions that we want answers for, and we want to know why God did this. And so they will call together some of the more prominent ministers and see if they can speak for God.

Perhaps you saw Billy Graham on the Larry King show. Larry asked Billy this kind of question. " How did this thing happen? Why does it happen? How come?" Do you know what Billy Graham basically said? He said "God is Lord. God is Lord. And it is not for us to understand every detail of every situation." But our world today says, man it just doesn't seem fair. Here is a guy who's got everything going for him. He's only 39 years of age. It's not right for his life to be taken. Who says so?

You know in my understanding, I can agree that it does not seem fair, does not seem right. But when I come to the scriptures and I understand, and that everything I can understand about Him, I am in submission to Him. Then I must say, I don't understand this. It does not seem correct or right but it is allowed. It happened and God knows about it, and that someday, we are going to find out about it in detail. It goes back to this idea that He is Lord. Lordship meant complete possession on the one hand and complete submission on the other.

There are times in my prayer life when I come to the Lord and I actually say this. I say, "Lord here is private McCullen reporting. Here's private McCullen" but then I think about that and I think about Him as the Commander In Chief am I even a private? I am a new recruit; even after forty years. He is Lord and I should be in submission with everything that I know about myself in submission to Him.

God is never an unjust master. He does not ask what cannot be done. You know it is so humorous to understand some people who say that they belong to God and then say, yes, I know the word of God says that but I can't do it. It doesn't go together, does it? In the New Testament, Simon Peter is falling asleep and the scripture says that the Lord spoke to him in this dream about getting up and eating this food that he has been taught is unclean. Then these words come as he says "Not so Lord." Those words don't go together. If you are saying Lord, you shouldn't be saying not so at the same time.

You know, I've been on about forty different nominating committees. We have people at this particular time of the year who when asked to serve say, "Oh, I can't do that." When you bow down and understand that God said this is the responsibility of a Christian to do this, then some of us need to do it. Some of us need to be in submission to the Lordship and say if God said we ought to do it, then I ought to do.

Some people say well, I can't witness. I don't know how many times I've heard somebody in this church say, it's just not my gift. As many times as I've said "it's not a gift, it's a command." It somehow doesn't sink that it is not a gift, that's a command. Jesus said "You shall be My witnesses." But somebody will come back and say but I can't do that.

The only reason you can't do that is because you haven't been obedient to the Lord who said you could do it and you should do it. That's just as simple as it gets.

Some people say, well, I just can't tithe. I know the Bible says we should but I just can't do that. What you're saying is that you've got more faith in your finances than you do in the God of finances. You have really not submitted to the Lordship of the Lord in the area of your finances. I'm going to tell you that if you do it, your going to see the Lord in a different way than you ever saw Him in your life. This word Adonai means exactly that, it means Lord.

A.    What the Name Adonai Means Related to God.

            1.    Adonai Means He Is Master. Gen 18:27-33 (NAS)
27 And Abraham answered and said, "Now behold, I have ventured to speak to the Lord, although I am {but} dust and ashes. 28 "Suppose the fifty righteous are lacking five, wilt Thou destroy the whole city because of five?" And He said, "I will not destroy {it} if I find forty-five there." 29 And he spoke to Him yet again and said, "Suppose forty are found there?" And He said, "I will not do {it} on account of the forty." 30 Then he said, "Oh may the Lord not be angry, and I shall speak; suppose thirty are found there?" And He said, "I will not do {it} if I find thirty there." 31 And he said, "Now behold, I have ventured to speak to the Lord; suppose twenty are found there?" And He said, "I will not destroy {it} on account of the twenty."   32 Then he said, "Oh may the Lord not be angry, and I shall speak only this once; suppose ten are found there?" And He said, "I will not destroy {it} on account of the ten." 33 And as soon as He had finished speaking to Abraham the LORD departed; and Abraham returned to his place.

Doesn't verse 27 represent his submissive spirit? Here you have Abraham the patriarch of the faith. He is the outstanding man of righteousness at this time. He is the most prominent type of righteous person in the world at that time. He comes to God and he does it in stages. Do you see the humbleness, see how the Lord is recognized by Abraham? What do his actions say?

Adonai is master!

B.    What the Name Adonai Means Related to Man.

            1.    Adonai Means We are not Lord. Gen 18:33
And as soon as He had finished speaking to Abraham the LORD departed; and Abraham returned to his place. (NAS)

I don't know how many times I've heard somebody in the so called charismatic community say that you can demand of the Lord. I want to tell you cannot demand of the Lord. You're not coming to Him as Lord and at the same time making demands. You can say, Lord here is your promise. Here is what I've done I'm in obedience to that promise and Lord I don't see You doing what Your command says, or Your promise says, and I called upon You to do what Your promise says. I can be bold praying but that is not a demand.

Look at the 33rd verse. It says, "And as soon as He had finished speaking to Abraham the LORD departed, and Abraham returned to his place. It is an interesting verse if you look at the whole context it seems as though Abraham has called to God. You know, God I want to pray to you. And it seems as though Abraham has initiated this conversation. But that 33rd verse says when God finished talking to him. So interesting. We don't call God and say hey God, I've got something that I need and I'm gonna talk to you right now. No, no. It is that He is Lord and we come to Him in submission and when He stops talking to us we return to our place.

Moses realized this and said, "O my Adonai I am not eloquent." When Moses heard the call of God, he said Lord, I've got a speech problem. I stutter, I'm a stutterer I couldn't be your spokesperson. Who said he couldn't? Who says that anybody who has any kind of a handicap can't do something if God says He wants you to do it? Nobody! We need to recognize Adonai.

Joshua realized this and cried out, "O Adonai, what can I say now that Israel has been routed by its enemies?" He said in effect here I am the commander in chief and we've had success in every battle, but now Lord we've gone out to battle and we've been defeated. What can I say Lord? He cries out unto the Lord because he knows there isn't any answer any place else if he doesn't get one from God. You know what God told him? Basically God said (this is McCullen translation) Get up off your knees. Stop your crying out to Me and go take care of the sin in camp. Sometimes God says stop praying and do something besides just pray. And so He said, you've got sin in the camp deal with that sin in the camp. But Joshua cried out unto Adonai.

Gideon realizes this about Adonai and he said, "But Adonai how can I save Israel? Basically God said, you can't but I can and if you'll participate I'll allow you to help Me.

Samson realized this and prayed, "O Adonai-Yahweh remember me." You know the story of Samson and how because of his sin his strength was taken from him. Then he was taken captive his strength comes back and he is at a point when he cries out unto God, "Help me!" as he wanted to do what the Lord had led him to do at that time.

David realized this and prayed, "Who am I, Adonai-Yahweh, and what is my family that you have brought me this far?" Isn't that the kind of prayer that you or I can pray. God, how come you have blessed me as much as you have? How come I can look over my life and see so many good things that have happened. You know the song, God is so good, God is so good. I can sing that over my life. But let me tell you, if tragedy happens tomorrow, I believe I'll still sing God is so good. He does not owe me one thing. And some times I see people who almost think like God You owe me something. Not so. God doesn't owe any of us anything. He is Adonai.

Isaiah realized this and declared, "I saw Adonai seated on a throne, high and exalted, and the train of His robe filled the temple."

Jeremiah was young and needed encouragement. He said, "Ah, Adonai-Yahweh, I do not know how to speak; I am only a child." Read that first chapter of Jeremiah and God said, "Before you were born, Jeremiah, I called you to be My prophet." When Jeremiah understood, he said, "Lord I can't do that, I'm but a child."

One of our youth Joseph Gross, up there in the balcony today, he was speaking here last week sharing from youth group. Barbara Jester was behind me and he was doing such a good job that she said, "Preacher, you'd better watch out; he's going to get your job." Well, everybody is kind of amazed at you Joseph that a fourteen-year old young man did as good as you did. Who says that young men can't do some outstanding and significant things for God. It is that person like Jeremiah who recognizes the Lordship of the Adonai in his life.

You know most of our problem is we think we are in control of our life and we've got to get it all amassed like we want. Then we say to God here's our schedule and then basically say, "okay Lord bless it. Adonai just comes down and bless it just exactly like we want it to be blessed. That's not Lordship.

I read of a man who came up a country road, and I think about this quite often, some of these country roads, boy, you come up a hill and there's no telling what there's going to be. He came up the hill and started down and had to screech on his brakes because there's a bulldozer going across. A great big old yellow bulldozer right there in his path. So he finally gets the car stopped and doesn't hit the bulldozer.

Well, then he noticed the bulldozer comes back around so he gets out of his car to see what's happening here and he sees a man standing there on the roadside and he says, "How longs that bulldozer been doing that?" The guy said, "Every since I fell off of it." And there's the bulldozer going around and around and around in a circle.

As I read that story, I thought how would you get back on a moving bulldozer? If you know, tell me that afterward church. Anyway, the man said, "I look at all that power without any control. And you know what," he said, "I thought of the life God has given me. God had given him some power, and some talents but if I am not under His control, it's like that bulldozer."


Adonai, the Lord is the Master. He is the one in control. As I searched for information about these names, I came upon one person who arranged them in almost a Lord's Prayer.

For this name he said, "I bless Your Name Adonai, my God and Master, You are Jehovah, the completely Self-Existing One. Always present, revealed in Jesus, the same yesterday, today, and forever. HALLOWED BE THY NAME! I said, "Amen! Bless the Lord of my soul and all that is within me. Bless His Holy Name."

2.    The Name Jehovah - Sabaoth. 1 Sam. 1:3 and 1:11   sabaoth (sab-ah-owth'); 

1 Sam 1:3
3 Now this man would go up from his city yearly to worship and to sacrifice to the LORD of hosts in Shiloh. And the two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phinehas were priests to the LORD there.  (NAS)

1 Sam 1:11
11 And she made a vow and said, "O LORD of hosts, if Thou wilt indeed look on the affliction of Thy maidservant and remember me, and not forget Thy maidservant, but wilt give Thy maidservant a son, then I will give him to the LORD all the days of his life, and a razor shall never come on his head." (NAS)

Introduction     JEHOVAH-SABAOTH http://www.joshuanet.org/articles/namesred.htm
" C.H. Spurgeon said this about the phrase "The Lord of Hosts: The Lord rules the angels, the stars, the elements, and all the hosts of Heaven; and the Heaven of heavens is under His sway... [the Lord] is on our side our August Ally; woe unto those who fight against Him, for they shall flee like smoke before the wind when He gives the word to scatter them."

The text is a passage of where we see the intervention of the Lord. A mother crying out to God for a child. And Samuel is given to her. You know what Samuel means? 'A gift from God." A gift from God and here she is crying, "Lord You are the Lord of Hosts, You are the Lord over everything. Who controls birthing? The Lord. Who controls all of the things about we human beings and everything that we could possible do or be? It is the Lord. And the more we recognize that He is the Lord of Hosts, the better it will be for us.

A.    What The Name Jehovah-Sabaoth Means About God.

        1,    Jehovah-Sabaoth means Lord of Host.

A good example of this is 2 Kings 6:15-17. 15 "Now when the attendant of the man of God had risen early and gone out, behold, an army with horses and chariots was circling the city. And his servant said to him, "Alas, my master! What shall we do?"

Now here are Elisha and his servant and they hear a circling army outside of their camp. The servant says what is we going to do? Well, Alice had already seen what God was going to do, but the servant had not. And so in the 16th verse he said, "Do not fear, for those who are with us are more than those who are with them."

If I'd been the servant at that time I'd have said, "Elisha, you know, something is wrong with you. I'm looking around and I don't see anybody but those soldiers circling this camp. Who are you talking about, more with us? I don't know what you're counting on from me, but I sure am not a match for that circling army.

Look at verse 17. Then Elisha prayed and said, "O LORD, I pray, open his eyes that he may see. And the LORD opened the servant's eyes, and he saw; and behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariot's of fire all around Elisha."

One Wednesday night prayer meeting several years ago, one of our ladies shared the story about a relative she had who was a missionary. And he told a very similar story. I believe that God can do those kind of things.

I read this week of a young lady of fifteen years of age, who asked her mom if she could ride with her boyfriend to go by high school and pick up his brother. Mom said, "Well, all-right but you be sure you put your seat belt on." The mother went to the grocery store. Somebody at the grocery store said to her, "Have you heard about the terrible accident out by the high school?"

Immediately she thought about her daughter and said, "No, I haven't heard about it." She wondered about it. She came back home and the telephone rang. The person on the telephone said, "Your daughter has been in a terrible accident. Come to the hospital." She came to the hospital and the doctor greeted her and said, "Do you believe in God?" And immediately she thought, you know, that her daughter's dead and he's wanting her to know that she needs to pray and, you know, get comfort from God.

She said, "Oh NO!". The doctor said "No, no your daughter is fine; I mean do you believe in God?" She said, "Well, yes." And he said, "Well, it's good because your daughter certainly does. Do you know what T-shirt she had on?" Trying to think she said, "No, I don't." He said, "She's got a T-shirt on that says 'Jesus Saves' and he said I want to tell you she was saved."

When she got to talk to her daughter, her daughter said, "Mama, I can't explain entirely what happened. But she said "when that car came over that hill, the person was coming like 90 miles an hour and hit our car. I felt the little boy in the back put his hands on my shoulders and held me down. I thought that was what was happening. Someone had their hand on my shoulders and was holding me to that seat. When everything was settled down, I was told the little boy had been thrown out of the car and my door and seat belt had been ripped completely off and they found it like 50 feet away."

But she said, "Mom I stayed put in my seat." She had only small scratches and if you could see the car, you couldn't believe it. Do you know what the young lady said? She said, "I believe an angel got a hold of me. I believe an angel was holding me in that car." The is the Lord of Host.

Some people can read that story and say I don't believe that. You've got a problem if you don't believe things like that. I believe it. I don't have any problem at all believing it. Because the Lord of Hosts can do that.

At the same time, I can tell you a story about a man that you know, Dr. Surrette. H was an interim pastor here at one time and has lead us in different Bible Studies. He had a sixteen-year old boy, his only son, was killed in a car wreck. And I asked the question, "How come for one and not for another?" If it happens to one of mine, I'm sure that thought will come into my mind. I've talked to Dr. Surrette and I've asked him, tell me, how do you help a person in that kind of situation?" You know what basically he said, "It's just trusting the Lord." He said, "I do not understand why my sixteen year-old boy is gone but I know this that I will see him for eternity."

None of us want those kind of tragedy's but I want to tell you God who is Lord of Host and He can bring the Hosts to any situation that He wants to.

        2.    Jehovah-Sabaoth means Lord of Harvest. .
In Mal. 3:10-12 it says, 10 "Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, so that there may be food in My house, and test Me now in this," says the LORD of hosts. "if I will not open for you the windows of heaven, and pour out for you a blessing until it overflows. 11 "Then I will rebuke the devourer for you, so that it may not destroy the fruits of the ground, nor will you your vine in the field cast its grapes" says the Lord of Hosts. 12 "And all the nations will call you blessed, for you shall be a delightful land," says the Lord of Hosts. What that passage is saying is that He is Lord of the Harvest.

Isn't that interesting to bring the Lord of Hosts in that situation? The Lord of Hosts right there in the midst of talking about the tithe? It must be time to ask if you recognize the Lord of Host when it come to giving a tithe?

I pastored a country church through my days in college. We had gone to pastor in Florida and my pastor had gone down to be pastor at First Baptist in Pomono Beach Florida and they had a mission church and he asked me if I would come down there and look it over. And we did and we went but I couldn't go to school. I couldn't finish my college so I came back to St. Louis and I got a job in an engineering office and called over to a friend who was the Director of Missions to see if perhaps there was a country church that would let me pastor it and work at the same time. Some of you will find fun in that won't you. Pastor and work at the same time. What I mean is to work at a secular job and work as a Pastor.

Well, the pulpit committee wanted to talk to me. So I talked with them and I told them, I said, "Now, my financial situation is such right now that I can make more money as a draftsman than I can pastoring this church and I need the money to get myself in the financial place that I need to be." One of the members on the committee said, "Let me ask you this preacher. If we farmers have a rough crop, and we can't pay your salary, will you still be our pastor and go to work and pay your own way for awhile." And I looked at him as sincerely as I could, And, "I said, yes sir I will." He said, "I make a motion that we present this man to the church." And they did call me and they paid me a full pastor's salary and let me work outside the church until I got those things cleared away."

During those four and a half years that I was pastor there, always in the back of my mind was, the thought will there be a crop failure. If they have a crop failure, I'm going to have to delay finishing my education because I told them and I meant it that I would go get me a job so that I could be their pastor and they wouldn't have to pay me. It never happened. That man who brought that question up the first time said, "I've been farming, (I don't remember the exact number of years, probably 40 or 50 at that time and he said to me) I've never had a crop failure." He said, "we had a drought one time, but never had a complete failure." And he said, "I've never worked on a Sunday. I've seen some of these guys just have to be out in the field on Sunday." Said, "I've never had to do it." Well, he understood that Jehovah-Sabaoth relates to the Lord of the Harvest. And it relates to Him as the Lord of Hosts bringing all that together on the harvest.

        3.    Jehovah-Sabaoth means Lord of History.
In 2 Samuel 7:26-27 it says 26 that Thy name may be magnified forever, by saying, "The LORD of hosts is God over Israel, and may the house of Thy servant David be established before Thee."

You know, it is so interesting that when you go to Israel, you'll see everywhere. You'll see banners you'll see placards almost every place you go, you will see these scriptures that will emphasize and God will bring His people back to that land. And you know there is something like nineteen hundred years that there really was not a nation Israel. They are extremely proud, and rightly so, that in 1948 their land became a nation again. They are very, very patriotic about their land. Well, who caused that part of history?

During those years, you could go in the Old Testament and read about how Israel is going to be a nation again and scorners and skeptics would laugh at it and say Israel hasn't been a nation for eighteen hundred years, nineteen hundred years. Well, when did they become a Nation again? When God, the Lord of Hosts decided in history that it was time for that to happen.

B.    What The Name Jehovah-Sabaoth Means as it Relates to Man. .

        1.    Jehovah-Sabaoth Means . . Serenity for Mankind.    Isa 9:7
7   There will be no end to the increase of {His} government or of peace, On the throne of David and over his kingdom, to establish it and to uphold it with justice and righteousness from then on and forevermore. The zeal of the LORD of hosts will accomplish this. (NAS).

When Isaiah is pronouncing the promise of the Messiah and then in the seventh verse says, "There will be no end to the increase of His government or of peace." A spiritual kind of peace that only comes from the Lord.

        2.    Jehovah-Sabaoth Means . . Security for Mankind.     1 Sam 17:37-45
37  And David said, "The LORD who delivered me from the paw of the lion and from the paw of the bear, He will deliver me from the hand of this Philistin e." And Saul said to David, "Go, and may the LORD be with you." 38 Then Saul clothed David with his garments and put a bronze helmet on his head, and he clothed him with armor. 39 And David girded his sword over his armor and tried to walk, for he had not tested {them.} So David said to Saul, "I cannot go with these, for I have not tested {them} " And David took them off. 40 And he took his stick in his hand and chose for himself five smooth stones from the brook, and put them in the shepherd's bag which he had, even in {his} pouch, and his sling was in his hand; and he approached the Philistine. 41 Then the Philistine came on and approached David, with the shield-bearer in front of him. 42 When the Philistine looked and saw David, he disdained him; for he was {but} a youth, and ruddy, with a handsome appearance. 43 And the Philistine said to David, "Am I a dog, that you come to me with sticks?" And the Philistine cursed David by his gods. 44 The Philistine also said to David, "Come to me, and I will give your flesh to the birds of the sky and the beasts of the field." 45 Then David said to the Philistine, "You come to me with a sword, a spear, and a javelin, but I come to you in the name of the LORD of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have taunted. (NAS)

You see David was busy as a young shepherd boy, and his dad sent him up to the battle lines and said take some of this food to your older brothers. He was always ready to whatever God wanted him to do. If God wanted him to be a shepherd, he was obedient there. If God wanted him to serve his brothers the food, he understood and he served his brothers. If God wanted him to fight the Philistine, he was ready to do that; How come? Because he understood the Lord of Hosts in his life. The strategy of the devil was to cause him fear. When he went up there, he found all of the soldiers said in great fear was on all Israel because of Goliath. David went right into the midst.

Did you ever go in the midst of a situation where everybody was extremely afraid? Kind of contagious. Weddings to me are always nervous times and the contagiousness about that. I've invariably, maybe one out of three, I'll make some kind of mistake in a wedding. I said one time, will you take your finger and put it on her ring, you know that kind of thing. There is a nervous contagiousness about weddings.

David went up there and all the armies were afraid. But God supplied him with courage. .He went up there and he heard criticism even come from his older brother. He said what are you doing up here. You meddler. What are you doing up here? Do you think you can do something up here.

It is interesting when Chris Johnson came back from furlough. Chris Johnson is a military policeman, he's a big 6 ft. probably weighs 200 lbs now. I just saw him at lunchtime and talked with him a little bit and the family. He said he was really kind of not pleased that his young brother of thirteen years of age is now 6 ft 3 and taller and looks down on Chris. I said well, I understand.

David's older brother criticizing him gave discouragement. God supplied him with the courage he needed. Saul said, "But you're just a youth this man's been a soldier from his youth. Who are you." He understood the Lord of the Hosts and when he came out to Goliath. Goliath said, "I'll give your flesh to the birds. I'll give your flesh to the birds." Know what David said? David said, "The Lord has delivered me in the past and he will deliver me right now." The people said, "He's too big to hit!" David said, "he's too big to miss!" I gonna hit him and knock him down. Because of what the Lord had done in his life. The Lord of Hosts gave him security

Illustration Bruce Larson, in Believe and Belong,
For many years I worked in New York City and counseled at my office any number of people who were wrestling with this yes-or-no decision. Often I would suggest they walk with me from my office down to the RCA Building on Fifth Avenue. In the entrance of that building is a gigantic statue of Atlas, a beautifully proportioned man who, with all his muscles straining, is holding the world upon his shoulders. There he is, the most powerfully built man in the world, and he can barely stand up under this burden. 'Now that's one way to live,' I would point out to my companion, 'trying to carry the world on your shoulders. But now come across the street with me.'

On the other side of Fifth Avenue is Saint Patrick's Cathedral, and there behind the high altar is a little shrine of the boy Jesus, perhaps eight or nine years old, and with no effort he is holding the world in one hand. My point was illustrated graphically.


The Lord of Hosts has it all in his control. We have a choice. We can carry the world on our shoulders, or we can say, "I give up, Lord, here's my life. I give you my world. I trust you as the Lord of Hosts to control my life.

What's it gonna be for you today? If you have never made that commitment of your life, we urge you and challenge you to make it. Let's stand together.

Father, we are grateful for the invitation and ask that Your Holy Spirit will direct and guide that those who need to make a public decision will do it today. We ask this in Jesus Name. Amen.    As we sing will, you come.

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