Sunday Breakdown 10.16.11

God, don’t use me…but use me up! That was the theme of Pastor Jason’s message. We all talk about being used, but how many of us truly ask to be used up daily by God? For the theme of the message, we tried to streamline the worship set with songs about giving ourselves to God’s plans and God’s Kingdom. So, that being said, here’s the setlist…

Use Somebody (Kings Of Leon) – Another fun opener, a popular song that has a theme and message applicable to what we’re talking about.

–Welcome–

Your Name High (Hillsong) – “We are living to make Your name high, Jesus”. That’s our declaration. That’s the reason we’re alive. To glorify the name of Jesus!

Cannons (Phil Wickham) – This is one of Sarah Beth’s (my daughter) favorite song. I love hearing her sing this chorus as she plays around the house, “You are holy, great and mighty, the moon and the stars, eclair (declare) who you are”!

From The Inside Out (Hillsong) – Another song, praying to God to consume us “from the inside out” and to use us completely for Him!

–Pastor Jason’s Message–

Take My Life (Chris Tomlin version) – The old hymn, with an added chorus spiced up a bit. A wonderful song to declare and commit to God, “Here am I, all of me/Take my life/it’s all for thee”!

–Offering–

Your Name High (Hillsong) – A reprise of the chorus as walk-out music!

That was our setlist…tell me what you thought about it?

Josh

*This post is part of  the “Sunday Setlists” blog carnival hosted at TheWorshipCommunity.Com

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~ by rhinorun on October 18, 2011.

One Response to “Sunday Breakdown 10.16.11”

  1. Love the Chris Tomlin arr, but it’s too much of a change to use with our traditional folks.

    I need to check out “Canons.” “From the Inside Out” is still one of my favorites.

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