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***** Sunday Setlist for St. Simons Community Church, Oct. 5, 2008 *****
It was my first time back on the stage in three weeks – the past two Sundays Joy and I have been in Mexico. It was great to be back.
Walk-In Song: “For All You’ve Done”
Opening Song: “Not To Us”
(I started this song waaaay to fast in the 9:00 service, but it was just right at 11:00)
*Announcements – I handled the welcome and announcements, and handed it over to one of the ladys in our church who did an announcement about the upcoming women’s conference.
“Everlasting God” – during this song we sung the Verse, Chorus, Verse, Chorus, and then had a short guitar solo. During the guitar solo, I brought a man up from the front row who read the last few verses from Isaiah 40 about this song while the band quietly vamped the “A” chord. It was a great way to connect this song to the very Scripture it represents.
“God of Wonders”
“Holy, Holy, Holy” – in the 9:00 we only had time to sing two verses, but we sang all four in the 11:00. It was just me playing a rhodes keyboard patch and the people singing. It got louder and more powerful as people began to sing.
Sermon: Jonah 3 – the God of Second Chances
We heard a powerful testimony from a young man who recently was electrocuted with over 7200 volts. Nobody survives this much of a shock yet God spared his life. He’s lived to share his story about his second chance. David’s sermon was about second chances, and picking up and “going” to do God’s will.
Closer: Come Ye Sinners
It was a great service. In between the 9:00 and 11:00 we had “FamJam”, which is where the “parents bring their kids to church” on first Sunday of each month.