December 10th, 2017 (A2) ***IMPORTANT INFO***

December 10th, 2017 (A2) ***IMPORTANT INFO***

December 10th, 2017 (A2) ***IMPORTANT INFO***
PRACTICE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th 7PM
Pastor Dave is scheduled to land at DTW at 2:15pm this day. Lord willing I can make it back to Hillsdale by 7pm for practice this night, but I will undoubtedly need a lot of grace as we will have been traveling for nearly 20 hours leading up to this practice. IF something comes up and you can’t make it, please talk to a counterpart to replace you since I will have limited ability to make connections. Please make every effort to bring your “A-Game” to this practice. 🙂
Text: Dt. 20:1-20 Title: “War and Love?” Theme: It is the role of governments to secure the peace and promote justice. Jesus fights with the same objectives in His battles. He encourages us to do the same. Christians should try to avoid war at all cost. But when peace and justice must be sacrificed for the sake of avoiding war; Christians should NEVER go there. Possible Memory Verse: Possible Aux. Texts:
Joy To The World (Unspeakable Joy) #125
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Intro:  D// G //        D// G//          D // G //          D // G
Verse 1
D                            G     A  Bm
Joy to the world, the Lord is come
      G           A          Bm
Let Earth receive her King
        G     D/F#     G        D/F#
Let every heart prepare Him room 
         Bm
And Heaven and nature sing
         A
And Heaven and nature sing
       G                   Em7          A        D
And Heaven,  and Heaven and nature sing
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Verse 2
D                            G     A  Bm
Joy to the world, the Savior reigns
      G           A          Bm
Let all theirs songs employ
         G            D/F#              G            D/F#
While fields and floods, rocks, hills, and plains
Bm
Repeat the sounding joy
A
Repeat the sounding joy
G           Em7        A          D
Repeat, repeat the sounding joy
Chorus
G                       D
Joy, unspeakable joy
            A
An overflowing well
     G
No tongue can tell
G                       D
Joy, unspeakable joy
       A
Rises in my soul
        Em        G
Never lets me go
Verse 3
E                                A      B    C#m
He rules the world with truth and grace
        A             B         C#m
And makes the nations prove
      A        A/G#   A       A/G#
The glories of His righteousness
      C#m
And wonders of His love
        B
And wonders of His love
       A            F#m7    B        E
And wonders, wonders of His love
Chorus 2
A                       E
Joy, unspeakable joy
           B
An overflowing well
     A
No tongue can tell
A                       E
Joy, unspeakable joy
        B
Rises in my soul
         F#m        A
Never lets me go
Outro E // A //        E // A //          E // A //      E //

SONG STORY
In 1719 the English hymn writer Isaac Watts published a collection of hymns called The Psalms of David: Imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. Each of these compositions was based on one of the Psalms as seen in a Christian perspective.
Almost all the hymns in this collection have slipped into obscurity, except for one-half of one song. Watts composed a two-part hymn inspired by Psalm 98. The first part has long since been forgotten. The second part has become one of the most popular hymns of all time: “Joy to the world! The Lord is come!” Ironically, Watts did not intend this to be a Christmas carol. But popular usage in the Church, combined with a stirring melody composed by Lowell Mason in 1836, launched “Joy to the World!” into the songwriting stratosphere.
Angels We Have Heard On High
Emmanuel
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel
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Verse 1:
        A                 E        A     A/C#
For I know my redeemer lives,
                D                                 Esus – E
and in the end he will stand on the earth.
For I know my redeemer lives,
and in the end he will reign on the earth.
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                 D                   Bm                  E                   E7
Though my flesh it be destroyed, yet with my eyes I will see God.
Chorus:
        D             E          D      A
For I know that my redeemer lives,
               D                   E          A     E
and I will stand with him on that day.
For I know that my redeemer lives
and I will stand with him on that day.
Verse 2:
Oh my heart it yearns within me,
for the day when Jesus returns.
Oh my heart it yearns within me,
for the day when Jesus shall reign.
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