Songs and Scenes from Sunday October 9, 2011

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This week’s music set-list review features photos by Scott Myers. You’ll find links in the song titles that will allow you to purchase recorded versions of the songs where available.

You Are So Good to Me
by Don Chafer

You poured out all your blood,
You died upon the cross,
You are my Jesus who loves me.
You are beautiful my sweet, sweet, song,
I will sing again.

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Here is Love – Words by William Rees (19th century); Music by Robert Lowry (1876); Additional chorus by Matt Redman

In Your truth You will direct me
by Your spirit, through Your word
and Your grace my need is meeting
as I trust in You my Lord.
Of Your fullness You are pouring
Your great love on me anew,
without measure, full and boundless
Drawing out my heart to You.

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We heard a call to confession from Isaiah 55:1-2.

“Come, all you who are thirsty,
come to the waters;
and you who have no money,
come, buy and eat!
Come, buy wine and milk
without money and without cost.
Why spend money on what is not bread,
and your labor on what does not satisfy?
Listen, listen to me, and eat what is good,
and you will delight in the richest of fare.”

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Satisfied – Words: Clara T. Williams (1875), Music: Karl Digerness (1997)

All my life long I had panted
for a drink from some cool spring
that I hoped would quench the burning
of the thirst I felt within.
Hallelujah! He has found me,
the One my soul so long has craved!
Jesus satisfies all my longings,
through his blood I now am saved.

You can read a full transcript of the lyrics to “Satisfied” here.

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Psalm 16:5-6, 9-11 reminded us our hope in the resurrection.

LORD, you alone are my portion and my cup;
you make my lot secure.
The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places;
surely I have a delightful inheritance.

Therefore my heart is glad and my tongue rejoices;
my body also will rest secure,
because you will not abandon me to the realm of the dead,
nor will you let your faithful one see decay.
You make known to me the path of life;
you will fill me with joy in your presence,
with eternal pleasures at your right hand.

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I Will Rise by Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio, Jesse Reeves and Matt Maher

Jesus has overcome
and the grave is overwhelmed
The victory is won
He is risen from the dead.
I will rise when He calls my name
No more sorrow, no more pain.

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In Christ Alone by Stuart Townend and Keith Getty

In Christ alone my hope is found,
He is my light my strength, my song;
this Cornerstone, this solid Ground,
firm through the fiercest drought and storm.
What heights of love, what depths of peace,
when fears are stilled, when strivings cease!
My Comforter, my All in All,
here in the love of Christ I stand.

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Be Thou My Vision– Traditional Irish hymn, Additional lyrics by Julia Ward Howe (1862)

High King of heaven, my victory won,
may I reach heaven’s joys, O bright heav’n’s Sun.
Heart of my own heart, whatever befall,
Still be my vision, O ruler of all.

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Music for October 9, 2011:

Zak Burmaster – bass
Andrew Camp – acoustic guitar
Kristen Camp – vocals
David Cover – electric guitar
Ashely Gross – vocals
Scott Johnson – vocals, piano and keyboard
Andrew Luley – drums
Joel Schirmer – vocals
Alison Tatum – violin
Graham Woodland – violin

The Crossing Music has released a new recording of “I Fear the Lord,” a song written for The Crossing’s sermon series on Proverbs. You can download the song for free here. “I Fear the Lord” will also be a part of The Crossing Music’s forthcoming album, The Shore, due to be released in early November.

For more information about our upcoming album and other music written by members of the music team  visit The Crossing Music. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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