Morning Time Prayer, an Animated Overview

Consider the morning time to be the best time to pray and read the Bible. We all need a little touch with God our creator to get the day going.

Morning time is the best time to connect with God and the Bible. Try to pray with Jesus every morning. The best time to get the day doing right is our morning prayers with Jesus and the Bible. As an example, Jesus really liked the morning time for prayer. Jesus would go away and find a place to pray early in the morning. His time praying to the God the Father was a real source of spiritual strength.

Video first published Jul 28, 2014.

My Favorite Christian Devotionals and Study Resources

Besides the Bible, devotional and study books can be a great source of inspiration and encouragement. Some books just keep us on the right path theologically. Its great to receive encouragement from others.

 

February 2011

The Bible in 29 Seconds, an Animated Overview

The purpose of this video is to discover the God of Love and inspire people to get into the Bible and know Jesus Christ.

The text is: In the beginning God created the heavens and earth. God then created man in His image for His purpose and glory. Man disobeyed God which brought in sin, but God who loved the world sent His son, Jesus Christ who is God became man. He died on the cross for man’s sins, and was resurrected from the dead. Jesus gives eternal life to all those who believe in Him.

Written by Drew Haninger and first published on Nov 20, 2012 at YouTube.com/OliveTreeBible Posted on AnimatedFaith.com June 2, 2015

Understanding the Book of Revelation

So many people have tried to figure out this book of the Bible. The book of Revelation to many, but not all, is a total mystery clouded in symbols. The key to the whole book, at least one perspective of the book, is shown in the very first verse. The theme and focus of the book is actually so simple, but easy to miss. It’s a theme that hits almost every chapter of the book. It is the main character of the story of the book of Revelation.

Look at the first verse: “The Revelation of Jesus Christ…”. Could it actually be so simple? If you began to scan the book from this angle or perspective, you would notice that almost every chapter has something about Jesus Christ. Well maybe one exception, chapter 13 which is about the anti-Christ. Yes, there are many other ways to look at this book, but I think this is the most important and consistent way to see Revelation.

So now we have a research job to do, highlighting all verses with mentions of Jesus Christ whether directly or in symbolism.

In chapter one, there are many references to Jesus Christ. In the last chapter of the book of Revelation, Jesus is symbolized by the Lamb sitting on the throne. At this point in the book, God is fully in control and evil is pushed out.

Don’t forget, the book of Revelation is the best conclusion to the entire Bible of 66 books.

Drew Haninger July 16, 2019

Fear Fear Not Mary — an Encouraging Christmas song

This is maybe a Christmas song, but it applies to all who sometimes in fear need to do something that is a little hard to do or maybe beyond what we normally would do.

This Christmas song is encouragement for those of us called to a special ministry like Joseph and Mary who brought forth Jesus. We are all called to express Jesus in a special way.

Don’t fear, just follow God. God will do wonders.

 Title:  Fear Fear Not Mary

Fear…Fear not Mary
You have favor with God
God will do wonders
Just follow God and fear not

Fear…Fear not Mary
You will conceive Jesus
The Savior, the Redeemer, the Messiah
Just follow God and fear not

Fear…Fear not Mary
He shall be great, Wonderful
Call His name Jesus
Just follow God and fear not

Fear…Fear not Mary
God will do wonderful things
Call His name Jesus
Just follow God and fear not

Just follow, follow, follow and fear not
Just follow, follow, follow and fear not
Just follow, follow, follow and fear not

11/21/2014 (c) AnimatedFaith and Drew Haninger

Jesus Jesus … Born of Mary — a Christmas melody and song

Sing about Jesus, He is the real meaning of the Christmas season.

Here is a new Christmas song based on Isaiah 9:6 and the New Testament Christmas story as told in Luke and Matthew.

I hope you will enjoy this Christian song: Jesus Jesus, Born of Mary.

Title: Jesus Jesus…Born of Mary

He is a child
He is the mighty God
He is the Son of God
Jesus Jesus … Born of Mary

He is the Son of the Highest
He is The Lord God
He has the throne of David
Jesus Jesus … Born of Mary

He is King
He shall reign
He is Lord
Jesus Jesus … Born of Mary

He is King
He shall reign
He is Lord
Jesus Jesus … Born of Mary

Jesus Jesus … Born of Mary
Jesus Jesus … Born of Mary

(c) Drew Haninger and AnimatedFaith LLC

first published around Dec 1, 2014

Abide in Me and Pray Pray Pray – Passion Easter Week Song

This is a new song from John 15:7 where during Passion Easter Week Jesus is teaching on Prayer.

John 15:7 says: If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask whatever you want, and it will be done for you. So for prayer there are two conditions: abiding in the Lord and Abiding in His word (the Bible).

the Lyrics are: If you abide in Me
If you let My word Abide in you
What you pray shall be done
Abide abide and pray pray pray
God answers according to His will

If you abide in Me
If you let My word Abide in you
What you pray shall be done
Abide abide and pray pray pray
God answers according to His will

Written by Drew Haninger (c) AnimatedFaith.com
Original Post: March 29, 2015.

Abide in Me and Pray Pray Pray - New Passion Week Song

Abide in Me and Pray Pray Pray – New Passion Week Song

Whatever you ask in My name

Prayer is one of the most power things we can do. Prayer connects us with God, who is the creator of the universe.
Consider this verse in John 14 encouraging us to pray in the name of Jesus.

Whatever you ask in My name, this I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If you ask me anything in my name, I will do it – John 14:13-14