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32 weeks of Worship Service Recaps!
Last week we came REALLY close to getting 100 outbound links to worship confessionals and setlist posts all over the globe. Maybe we’ll make that mark today. For full details and rules on how to participate, visit the Sunday Setlistss Page.
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My Setlist Review for St. Simons Community Church
Sunday, March 1 2009
Walk-In: Happy Day
Blessed Be Your Name
See His Love
Sermon: Job (part 1 of a 6-week series on Job)
With All I Am
You Have Made Me Glad
As I mentioned, we started our 6-week series on the book of Job today. You can view more on the series and hear the messages on the SSCC Site. (I usually have those sermons posted by Tuesday AM) Our final set today was more intimate. We allowed people to come pray, worship, or even VENT to God … we’re focusing on Job, and not so much the question of “why does God allow suffering”, but “is He worth it, and will I still praise Him”. We did a more acoustic set, I played piano, Kim Dixon played acoustic guitar/vocals, one tenor vocal (Brent), fretless bass (Gary) and RV on congas/djembe … so it was cool to have the laid back groove in the last set.
It was great day – we didn’t have the huge praise and celebration we saw last week, but the book of Job doesn’t necessarily invite that, does it? What we did have is altars full of people praying, dedicating, venting, and surrendering … that was worth it all!
That’s it for me .. now it’s time for you to share!
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