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Telling the World

by Grandeur

The long awaited second Grandeur album is finally here! It features abundant and powerful melodies and authentic lyrics that speak God’s truth and love for all people. —Julia Rogers Editor in Chief, Musician Coaching Magazine, New York City, New York.
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5. Words
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A Greater plan has taken Grandeur down many interesting roads and encompassed a variety of roles for band members, guitarist Jim Grohman, lead singer Chad Toney, bassist Robbie Cairns, and drummer/percussionist Casey George. They're husband's, parents, grandparents, musicians, songwriters, involved in their local church, and successful businessmen as well as mentors. “We really feel like God set his love upon us at an early age and it was something that we could not have earned. We didn’t deserve it. We were not talented enough to merit His gaze, but He gave it to us. By this we are reminded of his love towards all of us. Like the Bible says, ‘while we were yet sinners, He died for us.’ we love and worship Him because He loved us.”

Each of us would like to thank our Lord Jesus Christ for salvation, redemption and the gift of music. We also appreciate the continued support of our wives, family and the Grandeur Team, including Gold record producer/engineer Robert Rebeck, Ken Lovern for his Hammond B3 expertise and Savannah Roberts for her one of a kind background vocals. A special thank you to our friends and business partners, Dr. Gery and Arlene Kauffman, your treasures are stored in heaven. To all those who we have not individually named, we know you are there encouraging us in our efforts to share the gospel. Lastly as we’ve already mentioned, we humbly acknowledge all who believe, pray, and help support the Grandeur Band's mission of “Telling the World” about the good news of Jesus Christ, the reason for our music.

We humbly acknowledge all who believe and support the band's mission. The reason and mission for what we do and our music is “Telling the World” about the good news of Jesus Christ.

You can live a good life, be religious and even keep the Ten Commandments to the best of your ability and still not be a Christian.

Think for a moment of the account of the Rich Young Ruler in the Gospels. One of the accounts tells us that he came to Jesus and said, “Good Teacher, what good thing shall I do that I may have eternal life?”

Jesus told him, “If you want to enter into life, keep the commandments.” And then the Lord told him which ones.

The young man said to Him, “All these things I have kept from my youth. What do I still lack?” (See Matthew 19:16–21.)

Look how far this earnest young man had gone: He not only heard the commands of God, he kept them. And he had done it since childhood!

But he didn’t go far enough—he stopped short of following Jesus.

The story concludes with the young man turning his back on the Lord and walking away sadly. And there is no record that he ever came back to Jesus.

So let’s summarize. The outward without the inward is only an empty shell. You can pray, believe in miracles, hear the Gospel and even believe in its truth, and still not be a Christian. You can live an exemplary life, be religious and keep the commandments of God from earliest memory and still not be a Christian. You can be in church with other believers, hear the same message, receive communion, and even believe that Jesus is coming back—and still not be a Christian.

Who Then Is a Christian?
The real question before us is one that man has been asking for years. The Philippian jailer put it so clearly when he cried out, “What must I do to be saved?”

Paul’s response was significant, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31).

Fine. But what does “believing” actually mean? The Bible says that even the demons from hell believe, and tremble at what they know very well to be true (James 2:19). Here are the essential elements of the Good News that we must believe and receive to become a born-again child of God:

Realize You Are a Sinner
Romans 3:23 tells us, “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” In other words, sin has infiltrated the human race, and not one of us has escaped its effects.

The Bible says that prior to coming to faith, we are dead in our trespasses and sins (Ephesians 2:1). The Greek word used here for “sins” is hamartias— “to miss the mark.” It was a term used in archery. This phrase came to represent missing or falling short of any goal, standard or purpose.

No human being in his or her own strength has hit that mark. Some of us may miss the bull’s eye farther than others, but not one of us has hit it.

Why? Because God’s “mark” is absolute, total, complete, flawless perfection! Jesus said, “Be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect” (Matthew 5:48).

Repent of Your Sins
To repent means to “change” or to “turn.” It’s like driving down the highway, pulling a U-turn and heading the other direction. More than simply being sorry, it is a word of action. Many people feel remorse for their sin but never truly repent. Remorse is being sorry; repentance is being sorry enough to stop.

In the story of the Prodigal Son, the young man knew he was wrong. But nothing changed until he acted on that knowledge, crawled out of the pigpen and started down the road toward his father and home. He had a change of mind that resulted in a change of direction.

Believe in and Receive Jesus Christ Into Your Life
The Bible says, “But as many as received Him [Jesus], to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in His name” (John 1:12).

Jesus said, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life” (John 3:16).

This is because you realize that Jesus Christ is the very Son of God. He is the One who loves you so much that He died on a cross for you 2,000 years ago to pay the penalty for your sin, and then rose from the dead three days later. You need to believe that, and ask Him into your life.

Do it Now!
Good intentions are not enough. Agreeing with what I have said here is not enough. You must admit you are a sinner, repent of that sin, and put your faith in Christ.

The prodigal son could have repeated the words, “I am no longer worthy” over and over. He could have said it the rest of his life and still remained in the far country, separated from his father and home.

But he did more than repeat those words. He acted on them. He got up and started walking. You must do the same.

When? The Bible says, “Now is the day of salvation.” As with the prodigal, that first step might be a difficult one to make. But how glad he was when he felt his father’s arms around him and heard the words, “Welcome home

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