The lifting of our hands during worship is something most of us do mainly to signify that the song is making us feel special emotionally, or that we enjoy it, or that those particular words have special meaning to us. As God has inspired me to share today, the lifting of hands means so much more than that!
Lifting Up Holy Hands
By Martin Britt on September 19, 2017 in
About Martin BrittMartin Britt is a licensed, ordained minister, an Internationally Certified Addictions Counselor and an Internationally Certified Clinical Supervisor. Martin serves as pastor at Parkway Baptist Church. He served for more than fifteen years with Home of Grace Addiction Recovery Program in Vancleave, Mississippi and travels around the southeast conducting seminars and training in an effort to encourage discipleship in the local church.
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House of Prayer Part 1: The Altar of Sacrifice…Somethings Have to Go Martin Britt, January 23, 2018
One Blood Martin Britt, January 14, 2018
Lifting Up Holy Hands Martin Britt, September 17, 2017
Worship In Words Martin Britt, September 3, 2017
Worship In Song Martin Britt, August 20, 2017