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Sunday Rhythm | September 11, 2016

For we know that God paid a ransom to save us from the empty life we inherited from our ancestors. And it was not paid with mere gold or silver, which lose their value. It was the precious blood of Christ, the sinless, spotless Lamb of God. God chose him as our ransom long before the world began, but now in these last days he has been revealed for our sake. Through Christ we have come to trust in God. And we have placed our faith and hope in God because he raised Christ from the dead and gave him great glory. – 1 Peter 1:18-21
 
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This Sunday, at all three services (9:00 at Holton, 10:00 at The Fourhundred, 11:00 at Holton), Robert Greene will continue in our new sermon series entitled Explore God. The question we will be exploring this week is: Does Life Have a Purpose? If you missed last weeks introduction to the Explore God series, you can listen to the message here.
 
Here are the songs that we’ll sing together this week:
 
9:00 and 11:00 Holton Elementary

  • Let Us Adore by Chris Brown, Jason Ingram, Mack Brock, Steven Furtick, and Wade Joye.
  • Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery by Matt Boswell, Matt Papa, and Michael Bleecker. You can read more about this song here.
  • Great Are You Lord by Leslie Jordan and David Leonard.
  • O Come to the Altar by Christopher Brown, Mack Brock, Steven Furtick, and Wade Joye.
  • See the Conqueror Mounts in Triumph by Christopher Wordsworth, Jennifer Somers, Tyler Somers, and Mitch Dane.
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    10:00 The Fourhundred

  • Crown Him With Many Crowns by Matthew Bridges, George Job Elvey, and Godfrey Thring.
  • Psalm 34 (Taste and See) by Shane Barnard and Shane Everett.
  • Good to Me by Audrey Assad.
  • O Come to the Altar by Christopher Brown, Mack Brock, Steven Furtick, and Wade Joye.
  • There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood by William Cowper. You can read more about this song here
  • Leaning on the Everlasting Arms by Elisha Albright Hoffman, Anthony J. Showalter, and Anthony Johnson Showalter.

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    See you Sunday!

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