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Sunday Rhythm | October 7, 2012

Clap your hands, all peoples! Shout to God with loud songs of joy! For the LORD, the Most High, is to be feared, a great king over all the earth. He subdued peoples under us, and nations under our feet. He chose our heritage for us, the pride of Jacob whom he loves. God has gone up with a shout, the LORD with the sound of a trumpet. Sing praises to God, sing praises! Sing praises to our King, sing praises! For God is the King of all the earth; sing praises with a psalm! God reigns over the nations; God sits on his holy throne. The princes of the peoples gather as the people of the God of Abraham. For the shields of the earth belong to God; he is highly exalted! – Psalm 47:1-9

The Drama of Redemption | Act 1 | God Establishes His Kingdom

This Sunday, Robert Greene will continue in our new sermon series on The Drama of Redemption. His title for the week will be Created in God’s Image, and his text will be Genesis 1:1-2:25. If you missed last weeks sermon on Created as God’s Kingdom, you can listen here. Also, RH Kids has re-launched all Preschool and Elementary Classes for our Sunday morning gatherings. Click here for a list of classes being offered.

Here are the songs that we will sing together this week:

  • 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) by Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman. You can read more about this song and why we sing it by clicking here.
  • When I Survey the Wondrous Cross by Lowell Mason and Isaac Watts.
  • Revelation Song by Jennie Lee Riddle.
  • How Deep the Father’s Love for Us by Stuart Townend.
  • Glorious and Mighty by Bob Kauflin, Joel Sczebel, and Todd Twining. You can read more about this song and why we sing it by clicking here.
  • See you Sunday!

    imagrs

    2 Comments

    Evette

    October 4 2012 Reply

    Hi
    The scripture listed for Robert’s sermon is the same as last week (through 2:25) is that correct? Just wondering what to read in preparation for Sunday.

    Thanks

      Shelby Murphy

      October 4 2012 Reply

      Yes. We are still in the first two chapters of Genesis.

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