June 20 Virtual Worship

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Sermon: A Message that is Backed with Our Sacrifice.
Theme: We much choose to submit to some authority, or we will be cursed to repeating
the same dramas and curses.
Purpose: We will examine how we submit to Scripture.
Scriptures: 2 Corinthians 6:1-13 As servants of God Paul and others commended
themselves through endurance, integrity, and faithfulness.
Mark 4:35-41 Jesus speaks and stills the wind and the rain. The fear of the
disciples and their lack of faith.
Questions: What does “authority” mean to us? In what ways do we experience Jesus’ words as having authority?
How does our response to God’s Word change our response? How do we find motivation and meaning
in God’s Word? How is it that Jesus’ authority can still the wind and waves but that we must choose to
submit to Jesus’ authority?

Description for Sunday Worship, June 20, 2021

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 and WORSHIPCast Streaming License. All Rights Reserved.

Hymn Glory to God Hymnal # 624 I Greet thee, Who My Sure Redeemer Art
TEXT: Psalms, Strasbourg, 1545; trans. Elizabeth Lee Smith, 1868

MUSIC (TOULON Genevan Psalter, 1551

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 Hymnal # 840 When Peace Like a River
CCLI Song # 25376
Horatio Gates Spafford | Philip Paul Bliss
© Words: Public Domain

Music: Public Domain

For use solely with the SongSelect® Terms of Use. All rights reserved. www.ccli.com
CCLI License # 1644445

Glory to God Hymnal # 765 May the God of Hope Go With Us (verse only)
TEXT: Alvin Schutmaat, 1984
MUSIC (ARGENTINA with refrain): Argentine folk melody

Liturgist: Kris Bartelt

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