August 5th, 2018 (B1)

August 5th, 2018 (B1)

August 5th, 2018 (B1)
B1 = Tom, Russ, Scott, David Y., Elizabeth (Juli)
Practice = Thursday, August 2nd at 7-8:30pm
Text: Hebrews 2:10-18
Sermon Title: “Identification”
Possible Aux. Texts: Rom 8:28-39; 2 Cor 5:11-21;
Theme: Jesus became one of us to save all of us so we could become like Him.
Memory Verse: 2 Cor 5:21; 1 Jn 3:2
Heidelberg Catechism questions 13-19.
No Longer Slaves *** NEW ***
Prayer
Close: Kindness
Rejoice
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INTRO: Bb   Eb
Verse 1
              Bb                                        Eb
Come and stand before your maker Full of wonder full of fear
Come behold his power and glory Yet with confidence draw near
          Gm                                               F
For the one who holds the heavens And commands the stars above
         Eb                                                              F
Is the God who bends to bless us With an unrelenting love
Chorus
    Bb                  Gm                      Eb           Bb
Rejoice! Come and lift your hands and raise your voice
        Gm             Eb
He is worthy of all praise
     Gm               Eb
Rejoice! Sing the mercies of your king
             Gm   F        Bb
And with trembling, rejoice
Verse 2
We are children of the promise The beloved of the Lord
Won with everlasting kindness Bought with sacrificial blood
Bringing reconciliation To a world that longs to know
The affections of a father Who will never let them go
Verse 3
All our sickness all our sorrows Jesus carried up the hill
He has walked this path before us He is walking with us still
Turning tragedy to triumph Turning agony to praise
There is blessing in the battle So take heart and stand amazed
Alternate Chorus
    Bb/D                Eb                              Bb/D
Rejoice! When you cry to him he hears your voice
          Eb
He will wipe away your tears
    Gm            Eb                               Gm         F
Rejoice! In the midst of suffering He will help you sing…
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(Original = Bb | Capo 3)
Intro: G
VERSE 1
G
You unrav – el me with a melody
              C               D      G
You surround me with a song
Of deliverance from my enemies
Till all my fears are gone
CHORUS
           C           D        G
I’m no longer a slave to fear
  Em      D       G
I am a child of God
I’m no longer a slave to fear
(1st Ending) Em    D    Em
I am a child of God
(2nd Ending) Em    D    G (To Chorus /Last time)
I am a child of God
INSTRUMENTAL
| Em   D   |   G   C   |   Em   D   |   G   C   |
VERSE 2
G                                                Bm
From my Moth – er’s womb You have chosen me
C             D            G
Love has called my name
I’ve been born again into Your family
Your blood flows through my veins
CHORUS x2
Instrumental
BRIDGE
Em               D                 G                   C
You split the sea so I could walk right through it
My fears were drowned in perfect love
Em               D                  G            Bm
You rescued me so I could stand and sing
    C       D       G
I am a child of God
HOW DEEP THE FATHER’S LOVE FOR US
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Verse 1
        D                       Em7  D/F#  G
How deep the fathers love    for     us
       D/F#                Bm7  A
How vast beyond all mea-sure
That He should give his  on— ly       son
And make a wretch His trea-sure
How great the pain of sear-ing     loss
The Father turns His face  away
As wounds which mar the Cho-sen     One
Bring many son’s to glo-ry
Verse 2
Behold the Man upon   the     cross 
My sin upon His shoul-der
Ashamed I hear my mock-ing     voice
Call out among the sco-ffers
It was my sin that held  Him   there
Until it was accom-plished
His dying breath has brought me     life
I know that it is fin-ished
Verse 3
I will not boast in an—-y—-thing 
No gifts no power no wis–dom
But I will boast in Je—sus     Christ
His death and resurrec-tion
Why should I from His    re—ward 
I cannot give an an—swer
But this I know with all     my      heart
His wounds have paid my ran-som
SONG STORY
The information contained in this review is printed with permission from the author and publisher: Ace Collins, Stories Behind the Hymns that Inspire America, (Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2003).
Joseph Scriven was the son of a captain in the British Royal Marines,and was born in Ireland in 1819. After receiving his university degree from Trinity College in London, he quickly established himself as a teacher, fell in love, and made plans to settle in his hometown. Then tragedy struck. The day before his scheduled wedding, his fiancé drowned.
Overcome with grief, Scriven left Ireland to start a new life in Canada. He established a home in Rice Lake, where he met and fell in love with Eliza Rice. Just weeks before she was to become Joseph Scriven’s bride, she suddenly grew sick. In a matter of weeks, Eliza died.
Shattered, Scriven turned to the only thing that had anchored him during his life — his faith. Through prayer and Bible study he found not just solace, but a mission. The twenty-five year old Scriven took a vow of poverty, sold all of his earthly possessions, and vowed to give his life to the physically handicapped and financially destitute.
Ten years later Scriven received word that his mother had become very ill. The man who had taken a vow of poverty did not have the funds to go home to help care for her. Heartsick, and feeling a need to reach out to her, he wrote the story of his life in three short verses he called “What a Friend We Have in Jesus.”
Later, Scriven said, “The Lord and I together wrote the song.” Several of his friends got a copy and one of them carried a copy to a music publisher. Within two years the little poem of inspiration had been published and coupled to a tune written by an American lawyer, Charles Converse.
Two decades later the great American evangelist Dwight L. Moody came across the song and believed it to be the most touching modern hymn that he had ever heard. It was Moody who gave the song a national platform and caused so many to think that the song had been written in America.
Ironically, Joseph Scriven drowned in a Canadian lake in 1886. He did not live to see his song carried to every corner of the globe.
– James Q. Salter
Kindness
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INTRO: G   D/F#  Em  D
VERSE 1:
G     D/F#    Em        D
Open up the skies of mercy
G      D/F#      Em         D
Rain down the cleansing flood
G         D/F#   Em      D
Healing waters rise around us
C                                     D
Hear our cries Lord, let ‘em rise  (repeat)
CHORUS:
            C           G            Am
It’s Your kindness Lord, that leads us to repentance
        C      G                Am
Your favor Lord is our desire
            C          G           Am
It’s Your beauty Lord, that makes us stand in silence
       C              C                             G    Am     C
And Your love, Your love is better than life
VERSE 2:
We can feel Your mercy falling
You are turning our hearts back again
Hear our praises rise to heaven
Draw us near Lord, meet us here

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