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Sunday Rhythm | February 4, 2018

O Lord, you alone are our hope. We’ve trusted you from childhood. You have been with us from birth. No wonder we are always praising you! Our lives are an example to many, because you have been our strength and protection. That is why we can never stop praising you; we declare your glory all day long. – Psalm 71:5-8
 
This Sunday, at all three services (9:00 at Holton Elementary, 10:00 at The Fourhundred, 11:00 at Holton Elementary), Robert Greene will be introducing our new sermon series on the Old Testament book of Ezra. His text will be Ezra 1:1-11. If you missed last Sunday’s conclusion to our series on God’s People and God’s Word, 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

  • Break Us by Isaac Wardell.
  • Hail the Day that Christ Arose by Steve Cook, Vikki Cook, and Charles Wesley. You can read more about this song here.
  • Come As You Are by Ben Glover, David Crowder, and Matt Maher. You can read more about this song here.
  • Singing in the Victory by Aaron Ivey, Brett Land, Dietrich Schmidt, Jaleesa McCreary, Logan Walter, and Marcus Dawes.
  • Come to Me by Elizabeth Akers, Jeff Capps, Michael Bleecker, and Hunter Pecunia. You can read more about this song here.
  • Raise Our Song (Power in Your Name) by Jonatan Barahona, Bobby Gilles, and Brooks Ritter.
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    10:00 The Fourhundred

  • Psalm 24 (The King of Glory) by Ed Cash, Keith Getty, and Kristyn Getty.
  • O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing by Charles Wesley.
  • Lord Have Mercy by Mia Fields and Brady Toops.
  • Be Thou My Vision by Mary Elizabeth Byrne and Eleanor Henrietta Hull.
  • Hail the Day that Christ Arose by Steve Cook, Vikki Cook, and Charles Wesley. You can read more about this song here.
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    See you Sunday!

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