The Lord is risen, precious friend!
Because of this fact, all things are possible, for nothing is too hard for our God. Jesus Christ has been “declared the Son of God with power…by the resurrection from the dead” (Romans 1:4). And due to His willing death and His glorious resurrection, when you put your full weight on Him, your full confidence in Him, you can absolutely know you are His beloved child. You can say, “I can do all things [that God wants me to do each day] through Christ who strengthens me” (Philippians 4:13) since “no good thing will He withhold from those who walk uprightly” (Psalm 84:11). He knows you and has made you to be fulfilled only in Him. So let’s rejoice together, dear brother, dear sister!
And please rejoice as we bring you up to date with some Old Fashioned Revival Hour news. As you may recall, in February we had the wonderful opportunity of going on the air over WFAX (100.7-fm; 1220 am) in the Washington, DC area – not only on Sundays at 1:30 pm, but also Monday through Friday at 1:00 pm. Additionally, for nearly a year OFRH has been heard on Sundays at 5:00 pm on KXXT (1010 on the am dial) in Phoenix, Arizona. But now they have added us to their Monday through Friday schedule at 11:30 am. Then, just last week we began in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Sundays over KDIS 99.5-fm at 7:00 am and also 4:30 pm. Both KXXT and KDIS are operated by Salem Communications, the leading Christian network in America, and we are thrilled indeed and so grateful to the Lord for Salem’s personal interest in OFRH. Please pray with us that your generous gifts which go to cover this airtime will be invested and redeemed by our Savior in lives impacted and changed.
One believer in Fredericksburg, Virginia, wrote recently: “Dear Brother Khanchalian, enclosing a small token of appreciation for your dedication to keeping OFRH on the air. What a blessing each week to hear Dr. Fuller, the quartet, choir, Rudy Atwood, Mrs. Fuller with the letters. Thank you and may God continue to bless you. P.S. I’ve been enjoying ‘Waxing the Gospel’ and the CDs very much.” And that, of course is
a reference to the 408-page book that documents the discovery and restoration of wax cylinder sound recordings from the years 1890 to 1900. The book, with its three CDs of those historic recordings, is still available for purchase from us.
And let me remind you that we also have approximately forty music CDs available. We’re featuring two of those CDs this month. They are “An Old Fashioned Easter” and “In the Springtime” – each with some inspirational songs by the quartet and some by the choir. They are $12.50 each, which includes shipping. (California residents must add 8.75% sales tax.) The resurrection of our Lord provides the reason we can echo Exodus 15:1 –“I will sing to the Lord, for He has triumphed gloriously!”
Resting in Christ’s triumph,
Michael Khanchalian, D.D.S.