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Worship Guide
June 9, 2024

 
Call to Worship

Psalm 145:9-12 (ESV)

The LORD is good to all, and his mercy is over all that he has made.  All your works shall give thanks to you, O LORD, and all your saints shall bless you!  They shall speak of the glory of your kingdom and tell of your power, to make known to the children of man your mighty deeds, and the glorious splendor of your kingdom.  

 
Worshiping God by Singing

 

God, We Sing Your Glorious Praises

God, we sing your glorious praises 
as we tell your awesome deeds:
you have fashioned all creation 
and you meet each creature's needs

We rejoice in how your people 
tasted your great faithfulness;
graced through every generation, 
we your mighty acts profess.
 
We remember, God, your covenant 
which extends from heaven to earth;
how Christ's death and resurrection 
conquers sin, renews our birth.

Thank you for this gospel message 
which inspires your church to preach
grace to every generation 
in our deeds and in our speech.
 
Fueled by power from your Spirit 
we commit ourselves anew
to be faithful to your gospel
in the daily work we do.

We will shout your glorious praises, 
telling all who have not heard:
grace for every generation
is embodied in your Word.
 
Lord, we offer you our worship 
as we celebrate your grace
which you shower on your people 
gathered here and everyplace.

Blessed by water, Word, and table, 
we, your church, now pledge to share
grace through every generation 
in our witness, work, and prayer.
 

© 2006 Faith Alive Christian Resources.  
Bert Polman

CCLI License No. 1243365

 
Worshiping God by Confessing Our Faith

Titus 3:3-7  (ESV)

For we ourselves were once foolish, disobedient, led astray, slaves to various passions and pleasures, passing our days in malice and envy, hated by others and hating one another.  But when the goodness and loving kindness of God our Savior appeared, he saved us, not because of works done by us in righteousness, but according to his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit, whom he poured out on us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior, so that being justified by his grace we might become heirs according to the hope of eternal life.

 
Worshiping God by Singing

 

O God of Our Salvation

O God of our salvation
Who reigns upon the throne
The sov’reign Father, great is He
From whom all blessings flow

O God of our salvation 
From whom redemption comes
O Father, Son, and Spirit
The blessed Three in One.

Behold the Son, our Savior
Who for our sin was slain
The Christ who purchased with his blood
The wretched souls of men

O God of our salvation 
From whom redemption comes
O Father, Son, and Spirit
The blessed Three in One.

O God the Holy Spirit
Revealing deity
The fount of life and love divine
Throughout eternity

O God of our salvation 
From whom redemption comes
O Father, Son, and Spirit
The blessed Three in One.

Ascribe, O church, the greatness
And glory due his name
One God, one King, one Essence
Our Triune God proclaim

Amen!
Amen!
Amen!
Amen!

© 2009 Dayspring Music, LLC|Bleecker Publishing 
Matt Boswell | Michael Bleecker
CCLI # 1243365

 
Worshiping God by Singing

 

My Soul Finds Rest in God Alone

 

My soul finds rest in God alone, 
my rock and my salvation
A fortress strong against my foes, 
and I will not be shaken

Though lips may bless and hearts may curse, 
and lies like arrows pierce me
I'll fix my heart on righteousness, 
I'll look to Him who hears me

O praise Him, hallelujah, 
my Delight and my Reward
Everlasting, never failing, 
my Redeemer, my God

Find rest my soul in God alone, 
amid the world's temptations
When evil seeks to take a hold, 
I'll cling to my salvation

Though riches come and riches go, 
don't set your heart upon them
The fields of hope in which I sow, 
are harvested in heaven

O praise Him, hallelujah, 
my Delight and my Reward
Everlasting, never failing, 
my Redeemer, my God

I'll set my gaze on God alone, 
and trust in Him completely
With ev'ry day pour out my soul, 
and He will prove His mercy

Though life is but a fleeting breath,
a sigh too brief to measure
My King has crushed the curse of death, 
and I am His forever

O praise Him, hallelujah, 
my Delight and my Reward
Everlasting, never failing, 
my Redeemer, my God

 

© 2007 Thankyou Music (Admin. by EMI Christian Music Publishing)
Aaron Keyes | Stuart Townend

CCLI # 1243365

Prayer                                                                                                 

Missionary of the Week:                      Bill and Cheryl Nikides

                                                               PEF Ministry

Community Church of the Week:       Alice Drive Baptist Church

                                                               Rev. Clay Smith

 

Presbytery Church of the Week:         Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church

                                                               Rev. Stacey Severance

 

Worshiping God by Hearing His Word

 Series: Living on a Prayer

Sermon: A Fitting End to Our Prayers

Matthew 6:7-13 (MSB)

7 And when you pray, do not babble on like pagans, for they think that by their many words they will be heard. 8 Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask Him.


9 So then, this is how you should pray:


Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be Your name.
10 Your kingdom come,
Your will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven.
11 Give us this day our daily bread.
12 And forgive us our debts, as we also forgive our debtors.
13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.
For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever.

Amen.

Why is the phrase “For yours is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever. Amen” in _______________ _______________, but _______________ in _______________?


While the issue is somewhat _______________, it can generally be reduced to _______________ _______________ on how to understand the _______________ _______________.


Regardless of what view we may take, the phrase in question has _______________ ________________ _______________ and is therefore an _______________ way to end any prayer.


Remember, the Lord’s Prayer was meant to be a _______________ for our prayers . . . not a _______________ _______________.  


The good news of Jesus tells us that God allows us to _______________ in his _______________, _______________, and _______________.


Action point:
   
_______________ God by praying _______________ to the _______________.

 

 
Worshiping God by Singing

 

Salvation Belongs To Our God

 

Salvation belongs to our God, 
who sits upon the throne
And unto the Lamb, 
praise and glory, 
wisdom, and thanks
Honor and power and strength

Be to our God forever and ever
Be to our God forever and ever
Be to our God forever and ever, Amen

And we, the redeemed, shall be strong 
in purpose and unity
Declaring aloud,
Praise and glory, 
wisdom, and thanks
Honor and power and strength
   
Be to our God forever and ever
Be to our God forever and ever
Be to our God forever and ever, Amen

Praise and glory, 
wisdom, and thanks
Honor and power and strength

Be to our God forever and ever
Be to our God forever and ever
Be to our God forever and ever, Amen

© 1985 Restoration Music, Ltd.
Adrian Howard | Pat Turner

CCLI # 1243365


Benediction
 

2 Corinthians 13:14  (ESV)

 

The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all. 

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