past 40 years, the name "Hemphill" has become established as
one of the most recognized names in the world of gospel music.
A powerful ministry and a catalog of classic gospel songs bear
the name "Hemphill" and their ministry is continuing and new
classics are being written. All a tribute to the faithfulness
of God and a man and wife's devotion to their Savior and tenacious
desire to serve Him at all costs and in the face of dire circumstances.
This man and wife are Joel & LaBreeska Hemphill and their ministry,
having been tried by fire and found worthy, is as vibrant now
as it ever has been.
God and Jesus
Paul preached God and Jesus. Each of his 13 epistles began "...peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ."
This verse makes no mention of a third person, but they do make a very obvious distinction between God and Jesus! There are over 760 NT passaages that make this distinction clearly.There are written in this book in the order they appear in Holy Scripture, in hopes that Christianity might adjut its DOCTRINE and WORSHIP. Read it and reap!
Live Interview with the host of "TCT Today" Julie Nolan (previously recorded on Monday July 25th). 30 minutes of talking about the one Most High God and His awesome glory.
We are celebrating the release of Joel’s new book, “Glory To God In The Highest.”
It is a 520 page work filled with scriptural and historical insights regarding the truth of the
One Most High God and his supernaturally conceived, virgin born, human son, our Savior
In my studies I have been astonished to find that according to Edward Gibbon, Will Durant,
and other noted historians, Plato was teaching the doctrine of the divine Logos and the
doctrine of the Trinity, at his university called the Academy in Athens, Greece, 375 years
before the birth of Jesus Christ!
It was several hundred years after the death of the last Apostle, before these Platonic
doctrines made their way into Christianity, through the Greek “church fathers,” followers of
Plato who had “converted.” They were established at two church councils: Nicea (325 A.D.)
which decided that in addition to the Father, Jesus is the “second Deity,” and
Constantinople (381 A.D.) which proclaimed the Holy Spirit as the third person of God, who“with the Father and the Son he is worshiped and glorified.” This flies in the face of Moses’
statement in Deuteronomy 6:4, which was endorsed by Jesus himself in Mark 12:29:“Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord.”
To deny the conclusions of these councils which were called by the Roman emperors
Constantine and Theodosius, was to be punished by banishment or death. As Thomas
Jefferson said, “The Trinitarian idea...grew in the blood of thousands and thousands of
martyr’s.” These things I will prove in this book.
It is past time to re-examine those doctrines in the light of Holy Scripture!