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Sunday Rhythm | May 15, 2011

Praise the LORD! For it is good to sing praises to our God; for it is pleasant, and a song of praise is fitting. The LORD builds up Jerusalem; he gathers the outcasts of Israel. He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. He determines the number of the stars; he gives to all of them their names. Great is our Lord, and abundant in power; his understanding is beyond measure. – Psalm 147:1-5

This Sunday, Pastor Raymond will be continuing to look at Acts 17 in our sermon series on The Book of Acts: Enjoying God and Engaging His Mission. The text will be taken from Acts 17:16-34, and the message will be entitled Now God Commands All to Repent. Worship with us this Sunday as we study this passage together, remembering that “worship” isn’t just the time of the service when we sing. Christ saves us to turn idolators into worshipers of God, who worship with all their lives. And in our Sunday Gathering, everything we do is an act of worship: scripture reading, singing, greeting each other, communion, offering, sermon, and prayers

The songs that we will be singing together this Sunday will include:

  • The Doxology
  • Rock of Ages by Augustus Montague Toplady and Thomas Hastings. Be sure and check out the NEW Redemption Hill recording of Rock of Ages!
  • Death in His Grave by John Mark McMillan
  • Jesus Paid It All by Samuel W. Beazley and M. S. Schaffer
  • Just Give Me Jesus by Zachary Banister
  • The songs that we will be singing in the RH Kids K-4 Music and Mission Gathering this Sunday will include:

  • God is Good by Isaac Wimberley and Jeff Caps. You can download the entire The Village Kids album Jesus Came to Save Sinners for FREE by clicking here.
  • Rock of Ages by Augustus Montague Toplady and Thomas Hastings. You can download a FREE mp3 of the Redemption Hill recording of Rock of Ages by clicking here!
  • I Love You Lord by Laurie Klein
  • Also, continue to check out our latest post in our blog series on the rhythm, or order, of our Sunday gatherings. This week, we move from God calling his people to worship and us proclaiming and adoring the greatness, goodness, and grace of God, to our need of God’s provision of grace through the person of Jesus Christ. You can read more by clicking here.


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