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Theme: We know freedom through our relationship with Christ Jesus, and live in the gifts of wholeness and abundance by abiding in Jesus’ Word.
Purpose: We will seek freedom in relationship with God rather than accept the myths of isolation.
Scriptures: Proverbs 3:5-12 Trust in the Lord and seek to know God, and God will bless you with abundance and joy.
John 8:31-38 Continue in Jesus’ Word, and find freedom. The Truth will set us free.
What does it really mean to be “free?” In what ways does “rugged individualism” lead to its own slavery? What are we enslaved to in our lives? What does it mean to be in a slavery of sin? In what ways is sin itself our prison? How do we learn to embrace God’s teaching and live in the fullness of freedom that is intended for us?
Description for Wednesday May 13, 2020
Liturgist: Graham Anderson
Scripture is read from NRSV Bible (New Revised Standard Version)
The Presbyterian Hymnal #391 “Take My Life” vs. 1-4
TEXT: Frances Ridley Havergal , 1874
MUSIC (HENDON 126.96.36.199): H. A. César Malan, 1827
The Presbyterian Hymnal #579 “Gloria Patri”
Glory Be to the Father
TEXT: Trad. liturgical text. Composer: Henry W. Greatorex (1851)
Organ Solo 2nd Movement from Fantasie Over Het Lied Heilig, Heilig, Heilig by Piet Post
Composed by Piet Post. Muziek Voor De Eredienst. Solo part. With Standard notation. 8 pages. Theodore Presser Company #163-00033. Published by Theodore Presser Company (PR.163000330).
Piet Post was born on April 8, 1919 in Amsterdam. He died on December 15, 1979 in Leeuwarden.
Sending The Presbyterian Hymnal #540 “God Be With You Till We Meet Again”
TEXT: Jeremiah Eames Rankin, 1880, alt.
MUSIC (RANDOLPH 188.8.131.52): Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1906