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Friday, August 6, 2010

Program Notes for Friday August 6th, 2010 ~ EZRA: Work of the Scribe


Program Notes for Friday August 6th, 2010

♫ "Never Grow Old" - Carl Butler and the Webster Brothers
♥ Note of Gratitude ♥
For donations to help cover lodging and gasoline expenses for the weekly ministry services to Morgan County Penitentiary. Thank You Hotshot & Betty and Others who enable this important ministry!


♫ (Song Yet To Be Titled) - Larry Petree
♫ "My Drug Problem" - The Bellamy Brothers 
♫ "Lead Me Gently Home Father" - Sons of the Pioneers 

Please Pray for Our Church Outreach:
Mount Vernon Hospital Ministry: 
2 PM, 4th Sunday of the Month 
Hazard KY Veteran Center Ministry:
Special mention of a few friends:
•Preacher Bob Gross, Veteran of the Second World War
•Bill Haney
•Homer Wolfe, Veteran of WW2 
and his son, 
•Terry Wolf, Vietnam War Veteran
Garrett County Nursing Home, Lancaster KY: 1st Sunday of the Month


♫ "Wreck on the Highway" - Louvin Brothers
♫ "Just Beyond The Moon" - Tex Ritter

TF's 26 Shelves of Music - The "P" Shelf 


♫ (Song Yet To Be Titled) - Larry Petree 
♫ "How Great Thou Art" - Elvis Presley

A Moment from My Ministry
While sitting with a precious soul, a dying 88 year-old soldier at the Hazard KY Veteran Center and playing on my banjo and singing, the Lord spoke to me: 'When you sing and play for this dying man, you sing and play for me.'

In as much as ye have done it on the least of these my Brethren, 
ye have done it onto me. Matt. 25:40 

The Message: 
Ezra 7:6 
"This Ezra went up from Babylon; and he [was] a ready scribe in the law of Moses, which the Lord God of Israel had given; and the king granted him all his request, according to the hand of the Lord his God upon him." 

The Scribes: Careers of Writing Scripture -
~~ 5 Facts About the Scribes~~

Wrote from left to right, no capitals or paragraphs, they verbalized evey word. 
Only used "clean animal" skins called Vellum or Papyrus and the manuscript was bound with "clean animal" skin. 
Every column could have no less than 48, no more than 60 lines, written with special black ink and as he wrote, each and every word was verbalized. 
When they came to the Hebrew name for God, the name Jehovah, they were to wipe the pen clean and bathe thier entire body, every time they came to it. 
The completed Scripture was then reviewed within 30 days and if as many as 3 pages were found with error needing correction, the entire manuscript was destroyed.


    ♫ "It's My Desire" - Eddie Arnold

    A Good Joke: 
    "A Guy went into the sheriff's office and applied for a job...


    ♫ "The Great Speckled Bird" - Cowboy Copus
    ♫ "If I Could Help Somebody" - Don Gibson (Written by Mahalia Jackson) 


    Thanks for listening Folks!
    Until next time...

    May the good Lord take a likin' to ya!


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