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Paul James Sound - Whats His Name? Jesus! album download
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Paul James Sound - Whats His Name? Jesus! album download

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Whats His Name? Jesus!
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Paul James Sound has done it again. When I Get Home" is an original song written by Paul James as he was thinking about his childhood, and also thinking about what God has in store for His children when we all get home. Let it embark the good memories in your mind from your childhood. This is the fourth CD by this trio from Columbus, Ohio. What's His Name? Jesus! by Paul James Sound. Another great Country-Southern Style recording

Paul James Sound added 2 new photos. Paul James Sound added 2 new photos - with Diane Byer and 2 others. November 22 ·. Well, we got our December Singing News Magazine on Thanksgiving Eve. We are at with our original song, "I Need To Trust Jesus". We have traveled many miles through the years as "weekend worriors", like so many other part time groups.

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Jesus, our Savior, Shepherd, Friend, Our Prophet, Priest, and King; Our Lord, our Life, our Way, our End, Accept the praise we bring, Accept the praise we bring, Accept the praise we bring, Our Lord, our Life, our Way, our End, Accept the praise we bring. 5. Weak is the effort of our heart, And cold our warmest thought; But when we see Thee as Thou art, We’ll praise Thee as we ought, We’ll praise Thee as we ought, We’ll praise Thee as we ought, But when we see Thee as Thou art, We’ll praise Thee as we ought. It's the name above every others. God exalted Jesus Christ for His obedience in dying to redeem mankind. Think through it. He who was sinless, in fact God, decided to be 'sin' so that mankind can qualify for righteousness. Having done this without complaining, God, the Father, gave Him a name above every other names.

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Jesus Joshua Yeshua. Paul was originally Saul. James derives from Jacob's Hebrew equivalent, Ya'akov. he is known as Kephas sometimes which is the Hebrew equivalent. Sorry, but they have nice Jewish names. James, Peter and Paul would be Jaime, Pedro and Paulo in Spanish. Also the names are mostly translated by meaning. Like Peter is the "rock" that Jesus built his church on. So in Greek rock is Πέτρος (sounds like Peter's) and that's how it got translated to Peter. In the original Hebrew Jesus's name would be Yeshua meanings he who helps or saves. Jesus is how it gets translated into Latin. In Greek it's Χριστός (chreest-oss) which means anointed one, thus Christ. It's not the name of Our Lord, but a translation of His name. You really need to learn what's going on, my friend. james o · 7 years ago. Thumbs up.