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Posted on 09/05/2013 5:35:57 PM PDT by fatima
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Hell's Bells by AC/DC (that whole opening bell sequence is great)
I'd Do Anything For Love by Meat Loaf
Spirit in the Sky by Norman Greenbaum
Probably lots more... that's off the top of my head.
Hi Fatima :),
“Stairway to Heaven”
Page and Plant
Highway to Heaven
My husband and I will be going to see Clint Black October 11 in Wichita and he sings a song that mentions the hereafter but not in a positive light I’m afraid.
In KILLIN TIME he talks about going to hell in an indirect way by saying that if he manages to drink himself to death, that is where he expects to go. Good song and has a real moral message but very very sad
“Heaven is in your Mind” Three Dog Night
“Almost Heaven West Virginia” (Take Me Home, Country Roads) John Denver
Sinead O’Connor actually does a very good version
Norman Greenbaum’s theology is rather odd. “Never been a sinner, never sinned” is just about the opposite of what Christianity teaches.
Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door ~ Bob Dylan
Thanks workerbee ((((Hugs)))))
I Believe by Diamond Rio
Here They Come - Ten Years After
“Just Like Heaven”, The Cure
Hiya Stanne ((((Hugs))))
Stairway to Heaven
Love that video, too, but that song (lyrics) has a very personal meaning for me.
Dem Golden Slippers
Your Love Oh Lord - Third Day
That’s a pretty jarring line all right. Everything else seems to be OK if not great, and if it went something like “No more a sinner, forgiven for my sin” then it would make the piece pretty well straight on Christian. Even modern Jewish theology acknowledges the ubiquity of sin if not the Fall the way Christians do.
Hi Beautiful ((((Hugs))))
“No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus” (the reference to the hereafter is in the 3rd verse).
Prefab Sprout - “God Watch Over You”
I’ve got a mansion just over the hilltop
In that bright land where we’ll never grow old
And some day yonder we will never more wander
But walk on streets that are purest gold...
The 2010 documentary film Babies followed four infants who were born into very different circumstances in Namibia, Mongolia, Tokyo, and San Francisco. There is no narration or dialogue from adults in the film, only the sounds babies make as they begin to discover the world into which they have been born. They coo and laugh when theyre happy; they cry when they are hurt or hungry. And all of them like milk! The fascination of the film lies in watching them grow.
As a baby craves milk, followers of Christ are to crave the pure milk of the Word that leads to spiritual growth. The apostle Peter says, Long to grow up into the fullness of your salvation; cry for this as a baby cries for his milk (1 Peter 2:2 tlb). Peter wrote to encourage a group of Christ-followers who had been scattered by persecution. He urged them to set aside feelings of anger and jealousy toward each other, along with talking one way and living another (v.1), and as newborn babes, desire the pure milk of the Word, that you may grow thereby (v.2).
The Lord invites us to drink all that we need from His bountiful supply. He loves to watch His children grow!
Read: 1 Peter 1:222:3
God bless our Tony,Thanks mware (((((Hugs)))))
Highway to Heaven
Ann Peebles “I’ve Been There Before”
Nice back story SaintDismas ((((Hugs))))
Johnny Cash - In The Sweet Bye And Bye
Thanks Adventure gal ((((Hugs))))
Heaven is in your Mind Three Dog Night
The Sweet Herafter..Sarah Polley
Thanks John 3_19-21 ((((Hugs))))
Gilbert O’Sullivan - Alone Again
RIP Warren Zevon
Love it Third Person ((((Hugs))))
Knockin on Heavens Door ~ Bob Dylan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUO99WejEeA (skip to 1:55 to get to the music).
Thanks Renegade ((((Hugs))))
Hi Cat ((((Hugs)))
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