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Afterglow Music with Don Johnson

 

Jesus Only and Always

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Don Johnson

“Wonderful Grace of Jesus” begins Afterglow.  It’s followed by “To God Be The Glory” and then Wintley Phipps with his “What A Friend.” Damaris and the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir share “Trust And Obey.” “I Call Him Lord” by Mark Lowry is followed by Renee Bondi’s “Be Not Afraid.”  The Collingsworth Family closes with “We Shall Behold Him.”

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Chris from His Coming to His Coming Again - Sunday, September 13, 2020

Instrumental Praise opens Afterglow with "He Who Began A Good Work." Peter Penrod sings “Down From His Glory.” “Precious Lord, Take My Hand” sung by Steve Darmody leads to Point Of Grace’s “Blessed Assurance.” Tribute Quartet presents “When The Prodigal Comes Home.” Collinsworth Family performs “Casting Our Crowns At His Feet.”

Truly Blessed Assurance - Sunday, September 6, 2020

A trilogy of “Blessed Assurance” songs: Phillip Keveren’s Piano and Orchestra; Discovery House Singers; and Wintley Phipps. “Amazing Grace” is followed by David Phelps’ “Behold The Lamb.” “Just As I Am Medley” closes Afterglow.

CHRIST OUR LIGHT AND LOVE - Sunday, August 30, 2020

“Shine, Jesus Shine” from Instrumental Praise begins Afterglow. Celtic Cry presents “The Way Of The Cross.” The Tommy Coomes Band with Linda McCrary singing “My Savior’s Love” is followed by “In The Garden Medley with Sandi Patti. “Awesome God” spotlights Rich Mullins. Karen Wheaton’s “No One Can Touch You Like Jesus” leads to the 2nd Chapter Of Acts and “O, The Deep, Deep Love Of Jesus.”

God's Great Love - Sunday, August 23, 2020

The Living Quartet presents “Victory In Jesus.” “No Not One” sung by Damaris is followed by Promise Keepers’ “No Greater Love.”  Velvet Praise performs “Glorify Thy Name.” Classical Praise offers “You Raise Me Up.” “My Jesus I Love Thee” by the Martins flows into Wintley Phipps singing “To God Be The Glory.” Talley Trio closes with “You Can’t Go that Far.”

Now And Ahead - Sunday, August 16, 2020

“Jesus Christ Is Risen Today” opens Afterglow.  Karen Wheaton sings a Medley of Hymns followed by the Gaither Vocal Bands’ “More Than Ever.” “Dream On” performed by Elizabeth Manning precedes Gorden Jensen singing “Jesus Will  Outshine Them All.”  “Savior Of My Heart” from Shelia Walsh leads to Damaris closing with “Jesus Paid It All.”

Only Glorify Him - Sunday, August 9, 2020

Anthony Burger opens with “Holy, Holy, Holy.” “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God” is presented by the Ralph Carmichael Choir and Orchestra.  Selah sings “Standing On The Promises.”  Carmichael returns with “Alleluia.” From Favorite Hymns Of Billy Graham Vol. 2 come “The Love Of God.  The 2nd Chapter Of Acts offers “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee.”  Wintley Phipps performs “To God Be The Glory” repeated instrumentally by New Boarder Brass from Fiesta Hymns.

The Greatest Oldies - Sunday, August 2, 2020

Ralph Carmichael directs the London Symphony Orchestra and Choir with “Jesus shall Reign.”  “It Is No Secret” sung by Ann Murray is followed by the instrumental version.  “Tis So Sweet” and Jack Parnell’s narration of The Gift Box.  Ruff Taff’s “My Tribute” flows into “The Lord’s Prayer” with the Martin’s.  “How Do You Hear It” by Buddy Green comes before the Living Quartet and “How Great Thou Art.”

Closer To God - Sunday, July 26, 2020

“How Great Is Our God” plays before Tom Fetke’s Orchestra and Choir with “Glorious Is Thy Name, O Lord.”  “Whiter Than Snow” is followed by Daniel Crews singing “Blessed Assurance.” “Alleduia” by Maranatha Music leads to Bill Gaither with “Sometimes Alleluia.”  “Lord Speak To Me” closes Afterglow.

More of the All Time Favorites - Sunday, July 19, 2020

Dino opens with “How Excellent Is Thy Name.” “This Could Be That Day” features Ernie Hauss and Signature Sound. “We Will Glorify” and “It Is Well” follows. Narration by Don Johnson on My Advocate over “It Is Well.”  Joseph Habedak presents “It Is Well.”  Melody Citogen and Shane McCommon join in the old favorite, “It Is No Secret.”  Jonathan Keveren closes with “I Surrender All.”

Lectionary Calendar
Friday, September 25th, 2020
the Week of Proper 20 / Ordinary 25
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