March 14, 2021

John 19:23-27

  • Order of Worship

    Sunday, March 14, 2021

     

     

    Welcome and Announcements

     

     

    Gathering the Family Together

     

    I Come To The Cross

    I come to the cross seeking mercy and grace

    I come to the cross where You died in my place

    Out of my weakness and into Your strength

    Humbly, I come to the cross.

    Your arms are open, You call me by name

    You welcome this child that was lost

    You paid the price for my guilt and my shame

    Jesus, I come; Jesus, I come, Jesus, I come to the cross

    by Bob Soma & Bill Batstone ® 1996 And This Arr. ®1997 Maranatha! Music And Meadowgreen Music Company ARR CCLI # 172212

     

     

    Call to Worship

     

    Scripture Reading:                                                             Luke 2:33-35

     

    33 And his father and his mother marveled at what was said about him.

    34 And Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, “Behold, this child is appointed for the fall and rising of many in Israel, and for a sign that is opposed

    35 (and a sword will pierce through your own soul also), so that thoughts from many hearts may be revealed.”

     

     

    Prayer of Invocation

     

     

    Gethsemane

    To see the King of heaven fall in anguish to His knees,

    The Light and Hope of all the world Now overwhelmed with grief.

    What nameless horrors must He see,

    To cry out in the garden: ‘Oh, take this cup away from me!

    Yet not my will but Yours; Yet not my will but Yours.’

     

    To know each friend will fall away, and heaven’s voice be still,

    For hell to have its vengeful day upon Golgotha’s hill.

    No words describe the Saviour’s plight

    To be by God forsaken till wrath and love are satisfied,

    And every sin is paid, and every sin is paid.

     

    What took Him to this wretched place, What kept Him on this road?

    His love for Adam’s cursed race, for every broken soul.

    No sin too slight to overlook, No crime too great to carry,

    All mingled in this poisoned cup, and yet He drank it all

    The Saviour drank it all, The Saviour drank it all.

    Stuart Townend & Keith Getty Copyright © 2009 Thankyou Music (Adm. by CapitolCMGPublishing.com excl. UK & Europe, adm. by Integrity Music, part of the David C Cook family,

     

    Children’s Sermon

    (11:00 a.m. Only)

     

    We Respond to God’s Presence

     

    Still, My Soul, Be Still

    Still, my soul, be still, and do not fear

    Though winds of change may rage tomorrow

    God is at your side; No longer dread

    The fires of unexpected sorrow

     

    Refrain:     God, You are my God

    And I will trust in You and not be shaken

    Lord of peace renew

    A steadfast spirit within me

    To rest in You alone

     

    Still, my soul, be still; Do not be moved

    By lesser lights and fleeting shadows

    Hold onto His ways with shield of faith

    Against temptations flaming arrows

     

    Repeat Refrain

     

    Still, my soul, be still; Do not forsake

    The Truth you learned in the beginning

    Wait upon the Lord and hope will rise

    As stars appear when day is dimming

    Repeat Refrain

    — Words and Music by Keith & Kristyn Getty & Stuart Townend.

     

    Pastoral / Offertory Prayer:

    The basket to receive His tithes and our offerings

    is located on the left as you leave the Sanctuary.

  •  

    We Worship Through Hearing

     

    Sermon:                   

    Series:

    From the Cross

     

    Today’s Message:

    “Behold”

    John 19:23-27

     

    Notes

     

    I. Compassion!

    1.  For His ____________

     

    2. For His ____________

     

    3. For our ____________

     

    II. Obedience!

    1.  To His ____________ ____________

     

    2. To His _______________________

     

    3. To the _____________

     

     

    We Are Sent Forth in Worship

    to Share the Gospel

     

    “Man of Sorrows,” What a Name!

    “Man of sorrows!” what a name for the Son of God who came

    Ruined sinners to reclaim! Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    Bearing Shame and scoffing rude, in my place condemned He stood,

    Sealed my pardon with His blood; Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    Guilty, vile and helpless we, Spotless Lamb of God was He;

    Full atonement! Can it be? Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    Lifted up was He to die, “It is finished,” was His cry;

    Now in heaven exalted high, Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    When He comes, our glorious King, All His ransomed home to bring,

    Then anew this song we’ll sing, Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    Benediction

  • Order of Worship

    Sunday, March 14, 2021

     

     

    Welcome and Announcements

     

     

    Gathering the Family Together

     

    I Come To The Cross

    I come to the cross seeking mercy and grace

    I come to the cross where You died in my place

    Out of my weakness and into Your strength

    Humbly, I come to the cross.

    Your arms are open, You call me by name

    You welcome this child that was lost

    You paid the price for my guilt and my shame

    Jesus, I come; Jesus, I come, Jesus, I come to the cross

    by Bob Soma & Bill Batstone ® 1996 And This Arr. ®1997 Maranatha! Music And Meadowgreen Music Company ARR CCLI # 172212

     

     

    Call to Worship

     

    Scripture Reading:                                                             Luke 2:33-35

     

    33 And his father and his mother marveled at what was said about him.

    34 And Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, “Behold, this child is appointed for the fall and rising of many in Israel, and for a sign that is opposed

    35 (and a sword will pierce through your own soul also), so that thoughts from many hearts may be revealed.”

     

     

    Prayer of Invocation

     

     

    Gethsemane

    To see the King of heaven fall in anguish to His knees,

    The Light and Hope of all the world Now overwhelmed with grief.

    What nameless horrors must He see,

    To cry out in the garden: ‘Oh, take this cup away from me!

    Yet not my will but Yours; Yet not my will but Yours.’

     

    To know each friend will fall away, and heaven’s voice be still,

    For hell to have its vengeful day upon Golgotha’s hill.

    No words describe the Saviour’s plight

    To be by God forsaken till wrath and love are satisfied,

    And every sin is paid, and every sin is paid.

     

    What took Him to this wretched place, What kept Him on this road?

    His love for Adam’s cursed race, for every broken soul.

    No sin too slight to overlook, No crime too great to carry,

    All mingled in this poisoned cup, and yet He drank it all

    The Saviour drank it all, The Saviour drank it all.

    Stuart Townend & Keith Getty Copyright © 2009 Thankyou Music (Adm. by CapitolCMGPublishing.com excl. UK & Europe, adm. by Integrity Music, part of the David C Cook family,

     

    Children’s Sermon

    (11:00 a.m. Only)

     

    We Respond to God’s Presence

     

    Still, My Soul, Be Still

    Still, my soul, be still, and do not fear

    Though winds of change may rage tomorrow

    God is at your side; No longer dread

    The fires of unexpected sorrow

     

    Refrain:     God, You are my God

    And I will trust in You and not be shaken

    Lord of peace renew

    A steadfast spirit within me

    To rest in You alone

     

    Still, my soul, be still; Do not be moved

    By lesser lights and fleeting shadows

    Hold onto His ways with shield of faith

    Against temptations flaming arrows

     

    Repeat Refrain

     

    Still, my soul, be still; Do not forsake

    The Truth you learned in the beginning

    Wait upon the Lord and hope will rise

    As stars appear when day is dimming

    Repeat Refrain

    — Words and Music by Keith & Kristyn Getty & Stuart Townend.

     

    Pastoral / Offertory Prayer:

    The basket to receive His tithes and our offerings

    is located on the left as you leave the Sanctuary.

  •  

    We Worship Through Hearing

     

    Sermon:                   

    Series:

    From the Cross

     

    Today’s Message:

    “Behold”

    John 19:23-27

     

    Notes

     

    I. Compassion!

    1.  For His ____________

     

    2. For His ____________

     

    3. For our ____________

     

    II. Obedience!

    1.  To His ____________ ____________

     

    2. To His _______________________

     

    3. To the _____________

     

     

    We Are Sent Forth in Worship

    to Share the Gospel

     

    “Man of Sorrows,” What a Name!

    “Man of sorrows!” what a name for the Son of God who came

    Ruined sinners to reclaim! Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    Bearing Shame and scoffing rude, in my place condemned He stood,

    Sealed my pardon with His blood; Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    Guilty, vile and helpless we, Spotless Lamb of God was He;

    Full atonement! Can it be? Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    Lifted up was He to die, “It is finished,” was His cry;

    Now in heaven exalted high, Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    When He comes, our glorious King, All His ransomed home to bring,

    Then anew this song we’ll sing, Hallelujah, what a Savior!

     

    Benediction

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Bulletin Date: 2021-03-14