June 28, 2020 Virtual Worship

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Sermon:           “Being Christ’s People”          

Theme:            We are called to walk as Jesus’ presence in places where “sin” dominates so that we can be a source of hope and healing reaching out as Jesus’ call to wholeness.

Purpose:          We will build on our identity of being living sings of Jesus’ healing love.

Scriptures:       Romans 6:12-23          Slaves to sin or instruments of righteousness depending on who we allow control.

                        Matthew 10:40-42      God’s reward is to those who will receive the message and practice kindness.

Questions:

What do we mean when we are talking about “sin?” What is a healthy way in which we can perceive our failings and weaknesses? What does it mean that we are under grace? How does being under grace free us from focusing on our faults and failures? Does it mean we do not have responsibility for the harm we cause? What does it mean for us to give “a cup of water” in Jesus’ name? What difference does it make that we have kindness and compassion for others? How is our relationship with God and our trait of kindness related?

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Description for Sunday June 28, 2020

Scripture is read from NRSV Bible (New Revised Standard Version)

Permission to podcast/stream the service music obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #A-730666 and CCLI Streaming License CSPL069066. All Rights reserved.

Hymn Glory to God #710 “We Lift Our Voices”
CCLI Song # 16220
Dwight Liles  
© 1984 Curb Word Music (Admin. by WC Music Corp.)

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The Presbyterian Hymnal #579 “Gloria Patri”  
Public Domain 
Glory Be to the Father 
TEXT: Trad. liturgical text. Composer: Henry W. Greatorex (1851) 

Sending Hymn Glory to God #726 “Will You Come and Follow Me?”(The Summons)

TEXT: John L. Bell and Graham A. Maule, 1987; © 1987 WGRG, Iona Community (admin. GIA Publications, Inc.)

MUSIC (KELVINGROVE 13.13.7.7.13): Scottish melody; arr. John L. Bell, 1987; © 1987 WGRG, Iona Community
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Liturgist: Sara Kamphuis

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