Gary Duncan and Rev. Doug Nicely talk about the Epistles (letters) to the Philippians. Pastor Nicely shares with Gary a hymn that he is reminded of when reading Philippians. What is the hymn? The words come from Psalm One. Listen for more.
Gary Duncan and Pastor Doug Nicely talk about closing hymns on this week’s program. Closing hymns are a reminder of the worship we just participated in and of what we have learned, heard, and should take with us as we depart. Doug shares with us a hymn “Go My Children with My Blessing” written by LCMS pastor Jeroslav Vajda.
On this program Rev. Doug Nicely shares with Gary Duncan the back story of the nineteenth century hymn “Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart” by E. H. Plumptre (1865).
Gary Duncan And Rev. Doug Nicely discuss Hebrews 11 and living in faith. Doug also shares with us the William Williams hymn of faith “Guide Me, Oh Thou Great Jehovah”.
Rev. Doug Nicely and Gary Duncan talk about the Lord’s Prayer and praying the separate petitions. Also, Doug shares the John Newton hymn “Come, My Soul, Thy Suit Prepare”.
Rev. Doug Nicely discusses with Gary Duncan the National Anthem by Francis Scott Key. Hear the backstory and a verse from the anthem that is rarely sung.
Pastor Doug Nicely talks with Gary Duncan about the hymn “In Thee is Gladness” How has this hymn changed over the years? Hear the backstory that dates to the fifteen hundreds.
Rev. Doug Nicely discusses with Gary Duncan the hymn “In Christ There Is No East or West”. This hymn text is at the heart of St. Paul’s letter to the Galatians. Listen as we dig deeper into Galatians 3: 23-29.
Rev. Doug Nicely discusses Holy Trinity Sunday with Gary Duncan. On this week’s program, you will hear about all three persons of the Trinity in the lyrics of the “Navy Hymn” that Doug shares with us.
On this episode Rev. Doug Nicely chats with Gary Duncan about Pentecost with his focus on the Holy Spirit. Doug also shares with us one of his favorite Holy Spirit hymns “Holiness Desire”. Listen, learn and enjoy.