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Kenton Baptist Church
Sunday 15th November
Psalm 23 v 3 speaks of God as the 'restorer of our souls' - as His children, God encourages us to draw aside, know that He is God, rest in Him and be refreshed. Isaiah tells us that when we wait on The Lord, our strength is renewed. Psalm 28 v 7 says, "The Lord is my strength and shield; my heart trusts in Him and I am helped; therefore my heart rejoices and with my song I shall thank Him." This is where we want to be this morning - although we are in the confines of our own homes, we can still draw close to God, sing to Him, worship Him and sit at His feet.
Today we come to give thanks to Almighty God and to declare that He alone is holy. We come to praise and worship Jesus, the Light of the World who reaches down into the darkness to rescue us and brings us up from the ashes to give us a new life and a new start. The One who cleanses and renews. Let's bring Him our praises this morning. Holy Spirit, breathe on us and come in power as we lift the name of Jesus.
Holy Holy God Almighty
Water You Turned Into Wine
Bless the Lord, O My Soul
led by Beverly.
Let us also pray for those we know of personally who are in need at this time.
Our Bible Reading is taken from Hebrews11:1-3, 32-40
and is read by David.
Father, we come right into Your presence now through the precious blood of Jesus, acknowledging that You are the one true, holy God and that all heaven and earth belongs to You. We come to worship and adore You, to proclaim Jesus as Lord of all and fall at Your feet. Holy Spirit come and touch our hearts as we engage in worship today. Amen.
Open The Eyes Of My Heart
Alleluia (Agnus Dei)
Prayer : Father, may the truth of Your word penetrate our hearts today. Holy Spirit continue to minister as we listen to what God wants us to hear. We come to you with open hearts, believing that You will move among us in power and change our lives. Amen.
Message by Liz
Hebrews 11 v 1-3, v 32 - 40 and Hebrews 12 v 1-2
For the next part of the service, we invite you to have bread and wine ready to take part in this act of remembrance. We come to the foot of the cross again for mercy, cleansing and forgiveness and to surrender our lives once more to the King of Kings.