|Title:||May God And His Angels Guard You / I Long To Hear The Old Church Choir Again|
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A choir, also sometimes called quire, is the area of a church or cathedral that provides seating for the clergy and church choir. It is in the western part of the chancel, between the nave and the sanctuary, which houses the altar and Church tabernacle. In larger medieval churches it contained choir-stalls, seating aligned with the side of the church, so at right-angles to the seating for the congregation in the nave (of which there would have been little if any in the Middle Ages).
Following his execution in 1649, Charles I was buried in a small vault in the centre of the choir at St George's Chapel which also contained the coffins of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. A programme of repair was undertaken at St George's Chapel following the Restoration of the monarchy. The reign of Queen Victoria saw further changes made to the architecture of the chapel
International Standard Version for he will command his angels to protect you in all your ways. Psalm 71:3 Be thou my strong habitation, whereunto I may continually resort: thou hast given commandment to save me; for thou art my rock and my fortress. Alphabetical: all angels charge command concerning For give guard he his in to ways will you your.
God will give each of His angels a purpose: to guard His children. Those who are faithful will be under the constant care of His angels. For it is written, ‘He will command His angels concerning you to guard you carefully. No matter who you are, how low you may feel in life, God doesn’t discriminate who gets angels to watch over them. Instead, He tells others to not despise one another. Angels are sent by God to protect us so that we are able to inherit God’s kingdom in heaven. Angels are servants of God that carry out His will and work for our good. Here, we are given protection and shelter by the angels by their ability to assist us in our deliverance from sin and being gifted by eternal life in heaven.
So God will speak, and you can hear His voice, but you must be careful - especially when you are a young Christian - that you objectively confirm that you are following the Holy Spirit and not another voice. Our own flesh can scream pretty loud (especially when we are under pressure, or we want something very badly). Scripture: "All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work" (II Timothy 3:16-17). The Holy Spirit speaking to our heart: "For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the Lord: I will put my laws into their minds, and I will write them on their hearts. and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.
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We know that the angels would come again, this time to announce that Christ was not where the women looked for Him, but that He had risen. It isn’t hard to imagine that a Gloria would have been on those angels’ lips as well. Text: This text originates from a French carol, believed to date back to the eighteenth century, and first published in eight stanzas in Choix de cantiques sur des airs nouveaux in 1842. The English version we use today comes from a translation of the French by James Chadwick, and adapted for use by Henri Hemy in Crown of Jesus Music in 1862. Most modern hymnals include.
May God and his angels guard your sacred throne and grant that you dignify it for a long time. 10 Sure we thank you. My learnèd lord, we pray you to proceed. And justly and religiously unfold. Why the law Salic that they have in France. Shall drop their blood in approbation. My learned lord, kindly explain to us the legal and religious grounds for why this French Salic law either should or shouldn’t bar me in my claim. And God forbid, my dear and faithful lord, that you should invent, twist, or distort your interpretation, or burden your conscience by subtly arguing for false claims. For God knows how many healthy men will shed their blood in support of whatever you persuade me to do. So think carefully before you incite me. Read the Summary of Act I, scene ii. Act 1, Scene 1, Page 4.
|A||–Henry Burr||May God And His Angels Guard You|
|B||–McKinley's Quartette||I Long To Hear The Old Church Choir Again|