Preparing for Sunday - September 9, 2018

Hi Shoreliners,

I really enjoyed our family service last Sunday. It was great to get the kids involved a little bit by reading scripture. Next time, I’d love to see a few singing with us on the worship team! This week we’ll be learning a new song and continuing to exalt Christ, the I AM, our Redeemer and Deliverer both through our songs and through our teaching as we finish out chapter six of John.

Come ready to sing the following songs:

This is Amazing Grace - Phil Wickam

Last Sunday, we sang a couple great songs focusing on God’s grace in our lives. We’ll continue this theme as we start on Sunday morning - remembering the great work of redemption that was accomplished by Jesus. 

Everlasting God - Chris Tomlin

As we continue singing, we’ll turn our focus to God’s attributes as reflected in the book of Isaiah. He is the almighty, everlasting God who cares for the weak and promises to give strength to His people. May we look to Him and stand on the promises of His word!

Cornerstone - Hillsong

Speaking of standing on His promises, this solid hymn arrangement encourages us to look to Christ for our salvation and for our daily strength. He is the solid rock, our Cornerstone - the unchanging God who is constant in the midst of a chaotic world. 

All Glory be to Christ - Kings Kalaidoscope

I’m so excited to sing this new song with you. It goes along well with the book of John as we study the “I AM” statements. Jesus is the great I AM, He is faithful and true. When we seek to live our lives centered in His will, we know we can have confidence that everything will “work together for good”. It’s when we look to do things in our own strength that “no legacy will survive”. When we have this perspective we can truly say “All glory be to Christ our King!”

There is a Redeemer - Keith Green

We’ll finish our service with this classic song that brings glory to Christ for being our Redeemer. Thank you Father for sending us Your Son!