Sunday Worship – 3/14/2021

Call to Worship

Jesus tells Martha, in John 11, that her brother Lazarus who has died will be raised up. Martha replies (Message translation) “I know that he will be raised up in the resurrection at the end of time.” To which Jesus replies, “You don’t have to wait for the End. I am, right now, Resurrection and Life.”

What part of your existence needs Resurrection and Life right now, this very day? Perhaps jot it down… think on it… and then listen to the song below.

Cody – FCC


Grab a bible (or use your bible app) and open to Mark 12:18-27 prior to pressing play below.

Song of Response/Benediction

May this song be your prayer of response and your benediction as you go from this space and on with your day…

Gavin – HCCC

What gift of grace is Jesus my redeemer
There is no more for heaven now to give
He is my joy, my righteousness, and freedom
My steadfast love, my deep and boundless peace

To this I hold, my hope is only Jesus
For my life is wholly bound to him
Oh how strange and divine I can sing “all is mine”
Yet not I but through Christ in me

The night is dark but I am not forsaken
For by my side my Saviour he will stay
I labour on in weakness and rejoicing
For in my need his power is displayed

To this I hold my shepherd will defend me
Through the deepest valley he will lead
Oh the night has been won and I shall overcome
Yet not I but through Christ in me

No fear I dread, I know I am forgiven
The future sure, the price it has been paid
For Jesus bled and suffered for my pardon
And he was raised to overthrow the grave

To this I hold, my sin has been defeated
Jesus now and ever is my plea
Oh the chains are released I can sing “I am free”
Yet not I but through Christ in me

With every breath I long to follow Jesus
For he has said that he will bring me home
And day by day I know he will renew me
Until I stand with joy before the throne

To this I hold, my hope is only Jesus
All the glory evermore to him
When the race is complete still my lips shall repeat
“Yet not I but through Christ in me”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s