Servants' News

Nov/Dec 2000

 

Partial Literature List

All items are free upon request. All back issues of Servants’ News are available as well as a Complete Literature List.

Items New This Issue:

Basic Literature:

The Holy Scriptures, 400 pages, adapted by Rabon Vincent. The KJV Bible with Old English removed and some translation errors fixed. See the article on page 13.

Think on These Things Sheet Music, 33 pages, by Barri Armitage. See article, below:

What Should I Do About the Sins of Others? by Norman Edwards, 2 page tract. The Bible gives widely varrying solutions depending upon the situation.

Study Resources and Information:

Feast Site Evaluation Worksheet by Norman Edwards, 2 pages. For evaluating facilities for the Feast of Tabernacles.

501(c)3 Religion: Reemergence of the Divine Right of Kings by Peter Kershaw, 8 pages. How freedom from state-controlled religion began in the USA and how it is being lost.

Unlicensed Church Materials Order Form by Peter Kershaw, 2 pages. Info on how to run a congregation or a ministry without incorporation or tax exempt status.

 

Praise God With New Music

Long-time church member, Barri Armitage, has produced Think on These Things, a collection of 16 songs based on the Scripture and set to the folk melodies of the British isles. There is a tradition that some of these ancient tunes may have originated in King David’s court and later were carried by Jeremiah to Ireland. This music is suitable for congregational singing or “special music.”

The title song is adapted from Phil 4:8 and set to “Londonderry Air”, better known as “Danny Boy”. Barri wrote the second song, “Joy Will Come in the Morning” to help a friend going through a severe trial. It is set to the upbeat melody of “Loch Lomond”. “Rejoice in All Things” and “Fear Not, Little Flock” give further comfort.

Some songs, such as “Healed By His Stripes”, “Bought With a Price” and “Song of Moses”, focus on the Spring Holy Days. “Praise the Lord Forever” and “Thank Offering” are based on Psalms 113 and 116, part of the Hallel Psalms traditionally connected with that season. The last song, “full of Grace, Seasoned with Salt” (Col 4:6) ends with the words, “like an offering to God’s praise. “That is my goal”, Barri said.

Sheet music complete with words, piano music and chords is available free from Servants’ News--see the address below. (Those familiar with English folk melodies already know the tunes—just read the new words.)

The pieces are also available on CD, performed in solo, duet and quartet. The vocalists and instrumentalists heard on the album are professionals and life-time musicians with past performances at carnegie Hall, the Kennedy center, Grand old Opry, TV, etc. Barri taught poetry workshops to English classes at Ambassador College and was the poetry editor of the WCG’s Youth Magazine for several years. A special collection of Barri’s poems, Double Helix, won the 1992 Washington Writer’s Publishing House contest and was published by them in 1993.

Think On These Things is available for $15.50 (CD) and $11.50 (cassette) from Barri Armitage, 13904 North Gate Dr, Silver Spring, MD 20906; e-mail: barri@dovesongs.com. Maryland residents should add 5% sales tax (.68 per CD, .50 per cassette). International orders please add extra for postage ($2.00 per CD, $1.50 per cassette). Samples of each song may be heard at www.dovesongs.com.

Again, sheet music is free from Servants’ News.

 

Highly Recommended Items Listed Every Issue:

Mature Literature:

Assembling on the Sabbath by Norman S. Edwards, 16 pages. An exposition of the scriptures regarding our need to fellowship on the Sabbath and how to do it.

Biblical Calendar Basics by Norman S. Edwards, 10 pages. Introduction to the issues about the Biblical and Hebrew calendars (beginning of months, years, postponements etc.)

How Do We Give to the Eternal? by Richard Tafoya & Norman Edwards, 36 pages. Biblical study of giving and tithing.

How Does the Eternal Govern Through Humans? by Norman S. Edwards, 34 pages. How the KJV translators altered Scriptures about government to please King James and an analysis of what the Bible says about how we should govern in today’s congregations.

What Does the Bible Say About Eternal Judgment? by Norman Edwards, 83 pages. What happens to people after they die? What about "bad" people? "Good" people? Unbelievers? Diligent believers? Lax believers? Read the many scriptures that answer these questions.

Study Resources and Information

Freedom Biblical Information Center Catalog by Wayne Schatzle, 12 pages. Free, mostly Sabbatarian literature & tapes sources.

Giving and Sharing Order Form by Richard Nickels, 3 pages. Has many excellent free items, low prices on hard-to-find religious books, and fine literature on floppy disk.

The Journal: News of the Churches of God edited by Dixon Cartwright. One free sample issue. Best single source of news about Sabbath-keeping groups. 16 pages.

Servants’ News Statement of Receipts and Expenses, 2 pages.

Servants’ News Literature List, 24 pages.

Servants’ News Literature Subject Index, 51 pages. All articles & literature by subject.

 

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