Sunday Breakdown (on Tuesday) 10.5.05

What a great day at Life Church! We were in between series’ so Greg spoke about why bad things happen. So many times I am guilty of thinking of these in between weeks as “filler weeks” of “fluff weeks”, but God really showed me the importance of EVERY Sunday. It’s something I know, but it was definitely nice to be reminded of it.

It was pretty interesting that about 10 minutes before the gathering started, we began having power issues. We plug everything in to the same outlets, the same way, every week. For whatever reason, this week, the breakers had problems with the way we were doing it. For whatever reason, the speakers on the right side of the stage and the projector (all the way in the back of the theater) started tripping on us. We thought we had it fixed until about halfway through the last song before the message. Boom, the projector trips out and we lose half of our speakers.

It turned out out to be an awesome opportunity for us to recognize that the stage, lights, sound systems, etc so many times just get in our way of worshipping God and tied in PERFECTLY with what Greg spoke about regarding why bad things happen and how God is sovereign throughout!

So, after all that, here is the setlist…

King of Glory (Chris Tomlin) – This song is a bit older, but still a powerful song to start with.

Everything (Chris Tomlin) – One of my favorite songs, I can’t sing this song without thinking about my kids, “Every perfect gift, comes from You”.

Not To Us/Here is Our King (North Point Live) – The most plain and simple declaration we can make, “Not to us, but to Your name”.

You Never Let Go (Matt Redman) – I’ve said it before and I’ll keep saying it. I absolutely love this song. This is one of the songs that Grayson usually asks me to sing to him at bedtime. It was during this song when the power issues reared their head again, but God came through big time with what He spoke to us through it.

-Greg’s Message-

Your Grace is Enough (Chris Tomlin) – Coming off of Greg’s message and the reassurance of God’s provision and protection in our life singing that the grace of God is enough for us was a great way to close the gathering. I found myself singing it through the rest of the day…”Your grace is enough, Your grace is enough, Your grace is enough for me”.

So, what was your favorite song from Sunday? Leave a comment and let me know…

 

Josh

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~ by rhinorun on October 7, 2008.

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