post date: August 29, 2013
The men from the “Colony of Mercy” sit together in each service. I recall that on our first visit to America’s Keswick, we began the first service by singing “Victory in Jesus.” I’ve been singing “Victory in Jesus” since I was a little boy, and I’ve sung it slow and fast and heard it done in many different ways. But I have never heard it sung with such gusto and deep feeling because the men from the “Colony of Mercy” sing that song from deep personal experience. They know what victory in Jesus is all about.
I’m speaking six times this weekend on “Questions for Jesus.” You can watch the live video stream of all the services on their website.
In the meantime, I hope you have a wonderful Labor Day Weekend. Stay safe, count your blessings, and enjoy your family and friends.
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