Order of Worship

October 24, 2021


Call to Worship

Scripture: Job 1

Glorious and Mighty by Joel Sczebel, Todd Twining, Bob Kauflin

Is He Worthy? by Andrew Peterson

Pastoral Prayer

Scripture Reading: 1 Peter 1:3-9

Christ is Mine Forevermore by Jonny Robinson, Rich Thompson  

Corporate Giving

When We See Your Face by Bob Kauflin, Jordan Kauflin

Sermon: James 1:2-4, 7

Hymn of the Month: Whate’er My God Ordains is Right Words by Samuel Rodigast (1676), tr. Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878); Music by Matt Merker, Keith Getty

Benediction 


Glorious and Mighty

Majesty, Your glory is shining

Brighter than the moon and the stars;

Marveling, we honor and fear You

Above all gods!

 

Chorus:

Glorious and mighty, You’re awesome in beauty;

Joyful songs we raise!

Glorious and mighty, You’re awesome in beauty;

Greatly to be praised!

 

Majesty, You fashioned the heavens;

Your decrees can never be changed!

Over all the plans of the nations

Your judgments reign.

Chorus

 

Majesty, we’ll sing with creation

When You come again in the clouds;

Every knee will bow down and worship

The one true God!

Chorus

 

Is He Worthy?

Verse 1

Do you feel the world is broken? We do.

Do you feel the shadows deepen? We do.

But do you know that all the dark

Won't stop the light from getting through? We do.

Do you wish that you could see it all made new? We do.

 

Verse 2

Is all creation groaning? It is.

Is a new creation coming? It is.

Is the glory of the Lord

To be the light within our midst? It is.

Is it good that we remind ourselves of this? It is.

 

Chorus:

Is anyone worthy, is anyone whole?

Is anyone able to break the seal and open the scroll?

The Lion of Judah who conquered the grave,

He is David's root and the Lamb

Who died to ransom the slave.

 

Is He worthy, is He worthy,

Of all blessing and honor and glory?

Is He worthy of this? He is.

 

Verse 3

Does the Father truly love us? He does.

Does the Spirit move among us? He does.

And does Jesus, our Messiah,

Hold forever those He loves? He does.

Does our God intend to dwell again with us? He does.

 

Chorus:

Is anyone worthy, is anyone whole?

Is anyone able to break the seal and open the scroll?

The Lion of Judah who conquered the grave,

He is David's root and the Lamb

Who died to ransom the slave.

 

From ev'ry people and tribe,

Ev'ry nation and tongue,

He has made us a kingdom and priests to God

To reign with the Son!

 

Is He worthy, is He worthy

Of all blessing and honor and glory?

Is He worthy, is He worthy,

Is He worthy of this?

He is! He is! He is! He is!

 

He is worthy, He is worthy,

Of all blessing and honor and glory!

He is worthy of this.

He is.

 

Christ Is Mine Forevermore

Mine are days that God has numbered,

I was made to walk with Him;

Yet I look for worldly treasure

And forsake the King of kings.

 

But mine is hope in my Redeemer,

Though I fall, His love is sure,

For Christ has paid for every failing;

I am His forevermore.

 

Mine are tears in times of sorrow—

Darkness not yet understood.

Through the valley I must travel,

Where I see no earthly good.

 

But mine is peace that flows from heaven

And the strength in times of need.

I know my pain will not be wasted:

Christ completes his work in me.

 

Mine are days here as a stranger—

Pilgrim on a narrow way.

One with Christ, I will encounter

Harm and hatred for His name.

 

But mine is armor for this battle—

Strong enough to last the war.

And He has said He will deliver

Safely to the golden shore.

 

And mine are keys to Zion city

Where, beside the King I walk;

For there my heart has found its treasure:

Christ is mine forevermore.

 

Come rejoice now, O my soul,

For His love is my reward!

Fear is gone and hope is sure;

Christ is mine forevermore!

 

Come rejoice now, O my soul,

For His love is my reward!

Fear is gone and hope is sure;

Christ is mine forevermore!

 

Come rejoice now, O my soul,

For His love is my reward!

Fear is gone and hope is sure;

Christ is mine forevermore!

 

Come rejoice now, O my soul,

For His love is my reward!

Fear is gone and hope is sure;

Christ is mine forevermore!

 

And mine are keys to Zion city

Where, beside the King I walk;

For there my heart has found its treasure:

Christ is mine forevermore;

Christ is mine forevermore;

Christ is mine forevermore!

 

When We See Your Face

Verse 1
Though the dark is overwhelming,
And the brightest lights grow dim,
Though the Word of God
Is trampled on by foolish men;
Though the wicked never stumble
And abound in every place,
We will all be humbled when we see Your face.


Verse 2
The temptations we’ve been fighting—
Those without and those within—
Will be underneath our feet
To never rise again.
All our sins will be behind us,
Through the blood of Christ erased;
And we’ll taste Your kindness when we see Your face.

Bridge:
We will see, we will know,
Like we’ve never known before!
We’ll be found, we’ll be home;
We’ll be Yours forevermore!


Verse 3

All the waiting will be over,
Every sorrow will be healed;
All the dreams it seemed
Could never be will all be real;
And You’ll gather us together
In Your arms of endless grace,
As Your Bride forever when we see Your face.

 

Tag:
And You’ll gather us together
In your arms of endless grace,
As Your Bride forever when we see Your face.

 

Whate’er My God Ordains Is Right

Whate’er my God ordains is right, 

His holy will abideth;

I will be still whate’er He does, 

And follow where He guideth.

He is my God, though dark my road;

He holds me that I shall not fall;

And so to Him I leave it all,

And so to Him I leave it all.

 

Whate’er my God ordains is right, 

He never will deceive me; 

He leads me by the proper path, 

I know He will not leave me.

I take, content, what He has sent; 

His hand can turn my griefs away; 

And patiently I wait His day,

And patiently I wait His day.

 

Whate’er my God ordains is right, 

Though now this cup in drinking

May bitter seem to my faint heart, 

I take it all, unshrinking. 

My God is true, each morn anew

Sweet comfort yet shall fill my heart;

And pain and sorrow shall depart,

And pain and sorrow shall depart.

 

Whate’er my God ordains is right, 

Here shall my stand be taken;

Though sorrow, need, or death be mine, 

Yet I am not forsaken.

My Father’s care is round me there; 

He holds me that I shall not fall;

And so to Him I leave it all,

And so to Him I leave it all. 

 

 

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