Sunday Worship Gathering 11 AM @ North Community Lutheran Church
114 Morse Road Columbus, OH 43214 (Map)
As we continue with our series "Flawed", we'll be taking a look at Moses. How can God use us when we have so many flaws? Can we be ambassadors of God even with our flaws? The life of Moses is a great example of how God can use a flawed person to communicate His message
Jay O'Brien will be preaching from Exodus 3:1-15
Through the liturgy, we celebrate that God is with us despite our shame, pain, or when we feel lost.
Reflect on the Commitment & Sending that we'll be reading together:
We go from here, rejoicing in our sufferings for the sake of the gospel and the church, letting Christ be our strength in every instance.
For You have revealed Your great mysteries to us and have given us the ministry of reconciliation.
To the saints, God chose to make known how great are the riches of the glory of this mystery, which is Christ in you, the hope of glory.
It is Christ that we proclaim, warning and teaching everyone with all wisdom, with the energy and power that Christ provides in us, in order that we may present everyone mature in Christ.
Based on Colossians 1:24-29
Some songs that we will be singing are:
Desert Song - This is a new song for SCC. This song declares that despite our circumstances, both good and bad, God deserves our praise.
Hallelujah! What a Savior - A hymn written in 1875 by Philip Bliss. The word "Hallelujah" means "praise to God!". Jesus Christ suffered a great deal so that we could have a relationship with God, the Father. We could NEVER obtain that relationship on our own. Praise to God!! What a Savior we have in Jesus Christ.
Death In His Grave - a poetic song that personifies death and celebrates that Jesus Christ has killed death. Because Christ has killed death, only through Christ are we able to obtain eternal life with God. Christ has paid our wages!!!
I invite you to join us in prayer for this coming Sunday. We are excited to be celebrating God's flawlessness despite our flawed nature. We always pray at 10am on Sunday before the worship gathering and all are welcome to join us. See you on Sunday!!!
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