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Songs for Sunday, April 28

Praise Team - Thanks for your help this week.

Singing this week will be: Andie Wells, Lilli Garrett, Leyton Parker, and Caleb McCulley

Music for all songs can be seen by clicking on the title to the song.  It should open up in power point for you. 

Also, you can hear "At the Cross (Love Ran Red)" by clicking on the audio link under the worship order.

Let's meet at 8:55 in the auditorium to go over songs and set microphone levels. 

This week's worship order:

(Praise team on stage)

(Lights down)

 

     Blessed Assurance

Welcome 

     Firm Foundation
     I Raise a Hallelujah

     He Is Wonderful

     How Great Is Our God / How Great Thou Art

(Praise team off stage)

Communion - _________

     At the Cross (Love Ran Red)

(Lights up)

Family Moment - Summer Missions 2024

Family Prayer Time

Offering and Children's Offering

Dismiss for Krazy Praisy

     Gratitude

Lessons from a Donkey - Mark 11:1-20 - Brian Casey

 

     You Are My All in All

Prayer - _______

 

For All in All: we will not sing it as written.  Instead:

Verse 1

Guys on Chorus, girls repeat verse 1

Verse 2

Girls on chorus, guys repeat verse 2

Chorus

Verse 3

Chorus (everyone)

Ending: Seek you as a precious jewel, Lord to give up I'd be a fool, You are my all in all.

Here is verse 3:

When the dark powers had done their worst
Jesus brought victory o’er the curse.
He is our All in all.
Death could not hold the King of kings.
Now to His heirs new life He brings.
He is our All in all.

 

1-18 At the Cross (Love Ran Red)Artist Name
00:00 / 03:00

Songs for Sunday, April 28

Praise Team - Thanks for your help this week.

Singing this week will be: Andie Wells, Leyton Parker, Caleb McCulley

Music for all songs can be seen by clicking on the title to the song.  It should open up in power point for you. 

Also, you can hear "At the Cross (Love Ran Red)" by clicking on the audio link under the worship order.

Let's meet at 8:55 in the auditorium to go over songs and set microphone levels. 

This week's worship order:

(Praise team on stage)

(Lights down)

 

     Blessed Assurance

Welcome 

     Firm Foundation
     I Raise a Hallelujah

     He Is Wonderful

     How Great Is Our God / How Great Thou Art

(Praise team off stage)

Communion - _________

     At the Cross (Love Ran Red)

(Lights up)

Family Moment - Summer Missions 2024

Family Prayer Time

Offering and Children's Offering

Dismiss for Krazy Praisy

     Gratitude

Lessons from a Donkey - Mark 11:1-20 - Brian Casey

 

     You Are My All in All

Prayer - _______

 

For All in All: we will not sing it as written.  Instead:

Verse 1

Guys on Chorus, girls repeat verse 1

Verse 2

Girls on chorus, guys repeat verse 2

Chorus

Ending: Seek you as a precious jewel, Lord to give up I'd be a fool, You are my all in all.

 

1-18 At the Cross (Love Ran Red)Artist Name
00:00 / 03:00
Everything below this line is old stuff.
Listen to Revive Us Again...it's a little different than the traditional We Praise Thee O God.  In the video below...
"I Raise a Hallelujah" starts at 18:53

"Revive Us Again" starts at 22:38

A few notes:

Worthy is the Lamb is the one which begins, "Thank You for the cross Lord, Thank You for the price You paid..."

We're going to do a key change at the end of I Will Call Upon the Lord.  Here is how it will work:

After verse 1 and verse 2, we usually end with a final "I will call upon the Lord." 

We will sing that as usual, but then I will raise  it a step or two, and we'll go straight into verse 1 again. 

So...

We'll sing the usual ending "I will call upon the Lord"  (ladies echo)

Then raise a step or two

"I will call upon the Lord, who is worthy to be praised, so shall I be saved from my enemies"

Then we'll go into the chorus again - and then I'll lead us through a section where everyone will echo what I sing (Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, He lives) - then back into the chorus and then we're done. 

I recognize that reading about it does not really let you hear it.  But know that it's not hard.  However, I think it will be something a little different - and I hope that will be encouraging to everyone.

On Hymn of Heaven, we will sing it as normal, but at the end, we will go back into the chorus of Living Hope.  Here is how it works:

There will be a day, when all will bow before Him

There will be a day, when death will be no more

Standing face to face, with He who died and rose again

Holy, holy is the Lord 

(staying on the same note as "Lord" we'll move into the chorus of Living Hope)

Hallelujah, praise the One who set me free

Hallelujah, death has lost its grip on me...

Music for "What a Beautiful Name - Agnus Dei" (pdf)  - look at slide 18 and 19 for the transition between What a Beautiful Name and Agnus Dei


Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) is below)

Listen to Ancient of Days below.

This recording of Hymn of Heaven starts with ladies only, but I think we will start with everyone. 

Here is the audio for Who You Say I Am, if you need it.

1-15 Who You Say I AmPraise & Harmony
00:00 / 03:32

Here is the training tracks for Who You Say I Am, if you want it.  I think it's Soprano/Tenor on one side of the audio track and Alto/Bass on the other.

2-15 Who You Say I Am - TrainingTraining - Praise & Harmony
00:00 / 03:31
The recording of God So Loved below is pretty electronic and tame, but it will let you hear the notes. 
The recording of His Name is Wonderful below will test your "I try not to judge, but..." because it's pretty slow and...yeah.  But for those who do not know it, maybe it will help you to hear it.

If anyone needs any additional music, let me know.  I am happy to post it here or send it to you.

Link to Awesome Power music and notes on YouTube
  We ain't gonna sing it like they do, but it will at least give you an idea of the notes.  We won't hold the first two notes out with the fermatas.  We will keep the tempo consistent - not as fast as their second verse.  And we'll probably only sing it through once? maybe?
Listen to Jesus We Love You below...it begins at 38:00 on this video.  We will go through the build ("Our affection, our devotion, poured at on the feet of Jesus") without the background vocals.  We'll just do the parts.

Words to Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

Verse 1:

Turn your eyes upon Jesus

look full in His wonderful face

and the things of earth will grow strangely dim

in the light of His glory and grace

Turn your eyes to the hillside

where justice and mercy embrace

there the Son of God gave His life for us

And our measureless debt was erased

Turn your eyes to the morning

And see Christ the Lion awake

What a glorious dawn, fear of death is gone

For we carry His life in our veins

Turn your eyes to the heavens

Our King will return for His own

Every knee will bow, every tongue will shout

All glory to Jesus alone

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