Order of Worship

Call to Worship

The Solid Rock by Edward Mote

Lord, from Sorrows Deep (Psalm 42) by Matt Papa and Matt Boswell

Pastoral Prayer

Hymn of the Month: Christ Is Mine Forevermore by Jonny Robinson, Rich Thompson

Show Us Christ by Ryan Baird and Meghan Baird

Sermon 1 Corinthians 15:12-20 

Christ, Our Hope in Life and Death by Keith Getty, Matt Boswell, Jordan Kauflin, Matt Merker, Matt Papa

Benediction

 

 

The Solid Rock

My hope is built on nothing less

Than Jesus’ blood and righteousness;

I dare not trust the sweetest frame,

But wholly trust in Jesus’ Name.

 

Refrain

On Christ, the solid Rock I stand—

All other ground is sinking sand;

All other ground is sinking sand.

 

When darkness veils His lovely face,

I rest on His unchanging grace;

In ev’ry high and stormy gale

My anchor holds within the veil.

 

His oath, His covenant, His blood,

Support me in the whelming flood;

When all around my soul gives way,

He then is all my Hope and Stay.

 

When He shall come with trumpet sound,

O may I then in Him be found,

Dressed in His righteousness alone,

Faultless to stand before the throne.

 

 

Lord, from Sorrows Deep I Call (Psalm 42)

Verse 1

Lord, from sorrows deep I call,

When my hope is shaken;

Torn and ruined from the fall,

Hear my desperation!

For so long I've pled in prayer,

"God, come to my rescue!"

Even so, the thorn remains;

Still my heart will praise You.

 

Verse 2

Storms within my troubled soul,

Questions without answers;

On my faith these billows roll—

God, be now my shelter!

Why are you cast down, my soul?

Hope in Him who saves you!

When the fires have all grown cold,

Cause this heart to praise You.

 

Verse 3

Should my life be torn from me—

Every worldly pleasure—

When all I possess is grief,

God, be then my treasure!

Be my vision in the night,

Be my hope and refuge!

Till my faith is turned to sight,

Lord, my heart will praise You!

 

Chorus

Oh, my soul, put your hope in God,

My Help, my Rock, I will praise Him!

Sing, oh sing, through the raging storm,

You're still my God, my Salvation!

 

 

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!

 

Show Us Christ

Prepare our hearts, O God

Help us to receive

Break the hard and stony ground

Help our unbelief

Plant Your Word down deep in us

Cause it to bear fruit

Open up our ears to hear

Lead us in Your truth.

 

Chorus:

Show us Christ, show us Christ;

O God, reveal Your glory

Through the preaching of Your Word,

Until every heart confesses Christ is Lord.

 

Your Word is living light

Upon our darkened eyes;

Guards us through temptations

Makes the simple wise.

Your Word is food for famished ones,

Freedom for the slave;

Riches for the needy soul

Come speak to us today.

 

Bridge

Where else can we go, Lord,

Where else can we go?

You have the words of eternal life.

 

 

Christ, Our Hope in Life and Death

What is our hope in life and death?

Christ alone, Christ alone.

What is our only confidence?

That our souls to Him belong.

Who holds our days within His hand?

What comes, apart from His command?

And what will keep us to the end?

The love of Christ, in which we stand.

 

Chorus:

O sing hallelujah!

Our hope springs eternal;

O sing hallelujah!

Now and ever we confess

Christ our hope in life and death.

 

What truth can calm the troubled soul?

God is good, God is good.

Where is His grace and goodness known?

In our great Redeemer’s blood.

Who holds our faith when fears arise?

Who stands above the stormy trial?

Who sends the waves that bring us nigh

Unto the shore, the rock of Christ?

 

Unto the grave, what shall we sing?

“Christ, He lives; Christ, He lives!”

And what reward will heaven bring?

Everlasting life with Him.

There we will rise to meet the Lord,

Then sin and death will be destroyed,

And we will feast in endless joy,

When Christ is ours forevermore.