Worship Preparation: October 20, 2019

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Read the sermon text: Galatians 1:1-2:14

Read the sermon summary: By God’s grace in Christ, the Apostle Paul overcame people-pleasing and man’s approval against difficult odds in order to preserve the truth of the gospel for the Church.  Who we revere determines who we serve. Christ himself epitomized his allegiance to the Father’s salvific work through his sacrifice on the cross while refusing the praise and approval of people.
 
Read the following song lyrics in relation to the sermon:  
 
It Is Finished
Once and for all
Once and for all
You offered up Your life
For one and all
For one and all
The perfect sacrifice
 
Atoning blood was shed
Love conquered when You said
 
Chorus
It is finished
It is done
To the world salvation comes
Hallelujah we're alive
Hell was silenced when You cried
It is finished
It is finished
 
Who is this King
Who is this King
So mighty and so strong
He is the One
He is the One
The earth has waited for
 
God's remedy for sin
With mercy for all men
 
The earth shook and trembled the sun bowed its head
The veil of the temple was opened for man
As Jesus went down in the cold of the grave
Defeated the darkness when He overcame
The keys of the kingdom were placed into hands
Of children and priests and of fishers of men
Through all generations His voice will be heard
Creation resounds the victorious words
 
It is finished
It is done
To the world salvation comes
Hallelujah we're alive
Hell was silenced when You cried
It is finished
It is done
Now completed the work of love
Hallelujah He's alive
Join the song of the ransomed Bride
It is finished
It is finished
It is finished

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Preaching: Omar King
Music Leader: Landon Pauley

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