By Request, ‘In the Middle of Tomorrow’

At Erlene’s request, here is Carroll Roberson with In the Middle of Tomorrow, at the Agape Garden in Tennessee.

I hope nobody minds my posting another bit of worship music before I tackle the news tidbits Linda has sent me–if I tackle them at all. Judah the Maccabee kept a custom of refusing to make war on the Sabbath day, unless his army was actually attacked and forced to defend itself. I have tried to keep that custom, too: it was Judah’s way of proclaiming the Lordship of Almighty God.

But then if I were an ordained minister, I would have a duty to preach about these subjects during Sunday services. Either way, to do or not do, as long as it’s to the glory of God, we’re covered.

4 comments on “By Request, ‘In the Middle of Tomorrow’

  1. Very uplifting, and his voice is so clear and strong that on-screen lyrics are not necessary – every word is clear.

  2. Thank you so much. This song just thrills my soul, brings tears and such joy!. His voice is beautiful, and the messages are healing. Joy unspeakable and full of glory!

  3. Dear Lee, You don’t have to apologize for bringing us beautiful music that reminds us of the presence and love of Jesus. It is giving me peace while I await a very important phone call. Thank you.

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