Due to technical difficulties with Internet Explorer, this podcast which originally posted on Dec 20 is being re-posted.

This is a very special Gospel Revolution Powercast, which is the final episode in a 3-part Christmas series. Mike and Beres examine a stanza from the classic Christmas Carol, “Joy to the World” written in 1719 by Isaac Watts, who was a Nonconformist. (We find ourselves in good company.) The stanza is composed of the following lines:

“No more let sins and sorrows grow, Nor thorns infest the ground; He comes to make His blessings flow Far as the curse is found, Far as the curse is found, Far as, far as, the curse is found.”

We see through the scriptures that the curse that this stanza is referring to was a curse that came from God and not from Satan contrary to popular belief. We also hear some startling things pertaining to promised blessings now that the curse has been removed. We also get to hear Christmas greetings and truly glad tidings of great joy all around from Moses Ngata and Agnetta Shigs from the Gospel Revolution School of the Scriptures in Nakuru, Kenya, Joshua Tennie of Brooklyn, Wisconsin, Jeff Robertson of Lake Panasoffkee, Florida and a letter from Richard Mull’s wife Eva of Garden Grove, California. Enjoy this special Christmas Powercast!

Merry Christmas Everyone!

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