‘In Christ Alone’

Don’t ask me to try to spell the name of the location where this video was filmed–somewhere in India. Somewhere beautiful.

In Christ Alone, sung by the Living Stones Quartet–have you noticed that the Church is growing in places where we least expected it? Hang on, Christians–the cavalry’s coming!

4 comments on “‘In Christ Alone’

  1. I have been noticing the church growth in foreign lands for years. It seems when things in a nation or region becomes difficult and oppressive enough, many of the people wake up, listen to the gospel and come to the Lord, and no matter how difficult it becomes, they remain faithful. God can use, for His glory, the oppression of man to triumph and win the battle for all who are willing to repent and come to Him

  2. This reminds me of what I wrote in my book, “Israel, Rapture, Tribulation”. I believe this singing group is some of the fruit of William Carey’s missionary exploits from so long ago.

    “Dr. Hammond’s account of William Carey’s missionary exploits— with its trials, temptations, heartaches, never-ending series of obstacles, opposition, and failures—clearly demonstrates Carey’s victorious eschatology. William Carey was building a sure foundation that would buttress future generations of Christians, whom he believed would come after him and continue the cultural reforms he started. Carey envisioned a Christian nation, a “City set on a Hill”—a civilization built upon God’s Law, where evil could not gain a foothold. He began to transform the fabric of the nation of India into a disciple of Jesus, just as our Lord told His disciples to do (Matt. 28:19).”

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