1/06/2020

John 1:29-42 Jesus the Lamb of God


Behold the Lamb of God
Behold
The one who was
            And is
                        And is to come
Behold the Lamb of God
Behold
The one on whom the spirit descended
And sat there
Like a dove
Behold
And follow
To places unknown
To worlds unseen
To God revealed
Follow the one who comes in the name of the Lord
Follow
And see changed before you
More than just a name
And upon this foundation
I will build my church
Behold
And follow
And be changed


Psalm 40:1-11



Worship Leader: I waited patiently for the LORD and the Lord turned to me and heard my cry. The Lord lifted me out of the slimy pit, the mud and mire and set my feet on solid ground. 


Congregation; The Lord has given us a new song, a new hymn of praise.  Many will see the Lord and put their trust in the God of Creation.

Worship Leader: Blessed is the one who puts their trust in the LORD and not in the proud who try to turn them aside to false gods.

Congregation: Many and marvelous are the wonders the Lord has done and the deeds the Lord has called us to do. 

Worship Leader: None can compare with the Lord our God, I cannot help but speak and tell of the deeds of the Lord, though they be too numerous to declare.

Congregation: It is not Sacrifice and offering the Lord desires from us, but the Lord has opened our ears and hearts to our calling as the children of God, and we respond by saying, Here I am, ready to serve as a child of God. 

Worship Leader: I desire to do your will, my God; your law is within my heart.”

Congregation: We will proclaim your saving acts to a world ready to hear of your Grace, 

Worship Leader: Do not let our lips be sealed O LORD, but give us the words to speak.

Congregation: We will not hide your righteousness in our hearts, but will speak of your faithfulness and your saving help.

Worship Leader: Do not conceal your love and your faithfulness from the world around you.

Congregation: As we go forth into the world with the word of your Grace, may your mercy surround us and your love and faithfulness be upon us O Lord our God. 

10w for January 19th, NL, Story Time.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for January 19th, NL, Story Time. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Life is Bigger than Death by Hans Peterson from the CD A Time to Mourn, A Time to Dance. Used with permission you can find this and other gifts for ministry at www.hanspetersonmusic.com

10w for January 19th, Revealed.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for January 19th, Revealed. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Let us go to the House of the Lord by the Jay Beech Band from the CD Everyone who is thirsty, come.    Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at baytonemusic.com

Matthew 3:13-17 The Baptism of Jesus


Repent
For the Kingdom of God is at hand
Repent
And be baptized
Repent
And the kingdom of God appeared
The kingdom that would break in
The kingdom
(at that moment the heavens opened)
That would shake up all the kingdoms of this world
All the power and might
(the Spirit of God)
Of all the armies
(like a dove)
That have trampled in victory after victory
Over nation, tribe and people
(and a voice)
And established
And collected
And subdued
All
(this is my son)
Until now
(in whom I am well pleased)
Repent
And be baptized
The kingdom of God is at hand


Psalm 29



Worship Leader: Give everything to the Lord all you heavenly beings. Give to the Lord all the glory and strength due the holy name of the Lord.

Congregation: We will worship the LORD in the splendor of the Lord’s holiness.


Worship Leader: The voice of the LORD is over the waters; full of glory it thunders over all the mighty waters of the earth.

Congregation:  The voice of the LORD is powerful and majestic able to break even the mighty cedars of Lebanon.


Worship Leader: And yet, the Lord brings joy. 

Congregation: The Lord makes Lebanon leap like a calf and Syria like a young wild ox.

Worship Leader: The voice of the LORD strikes like flashes of lightning and shakes the Desert of Kadesh.  The powerful voice of the LORD twists the mighty oaks and can strip the forests bare.

Congregation: At the might of the Lord all the people cry Glory!

Worship Leader: The Lord sits enthroned as King forever over all creation


Congregation: The LORD gives strength to the people and blesses them with the ability to live in peace.

10w for January 12th, NL, Something New.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for January 12th, NL, Something New. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Right by the Water by Dakota Road from the CD Break These Chains.  Used with permission you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

10w for January 12th, Waterworks.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for January 12th, Waterworks. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard.  The song for the day is Baptized by the Jay Beech Band from the CD One Body Alive.   Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at baytonemusic.com

1/01/2020

Epiphany Matthew 2:1-12


For those who know these things
who study the signs
---- that they might know
what is
---- and is to come
Yes
---- even they
---- who could see the handwriting in the stars
Came
---- in search of the one foretold
---- the one who would make
---- all the searching
-------- yearning
------------ seeing
---- complete
The Heavens told them
This was the Messiah
---- the Christ
-------- the Prince of Peace
In a world longing so
------------------ for Peace
This was to be the one
Who would make all the Herods
---- in their quest for
-------- Peace
-------- (Law and Order at any Cost)
-------- and Tranquility
-------- (Change must not come too quickly
--------------------------------------- and upset
-------- the systems that fill my pockets)
lords
---- of only kingdoms
granted them in this world
-------- by the people
------------who wish to have security
------------ made up of the
------------------------------ bits
--------------------------------- and
-------------------------------------- pieces
-------------------------------------------- of
------------------------------------------------- human
------------------- Destruction
Into this came
-------------- and comes
the Kingdom
----- of the one who brings Peace
-------------------------- Shalom
-------------- even to the Herods
This Messiah
----- Born under the star
was here
Breaking into all the might
---------------------------- wisdom
----------------------------------- Power
---------- of this world
--------- with the seemingly helpless
--------------------------------------------- cry
--------------------------------------------------of a baby

10w for January 5th, NL, Let Us Begin.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for January 5th, NL, Let Us Begin. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is The Healing Hand of Jesus by Dakota Road from the CD Everyone Who is Thirsty, Come.  Used with permission you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com


10w for January 5th, From Fear and Afar.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for January 5th, From Fear and Afar.  You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Light Shines in the Darkness by Dakota Road from the CD Break These Chains.  Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

12/23/2019

The Holy Innocents Matthew 2:13-18


Among the Pure and Innocent Cries
of a Newborn Child
Come the shrill reminders
of a world
---- and systems
far from that touch of life
a child brings
Far from
the trusting eyes
of love
that want only someone to show caring
Far from this
lies
our world
of agendas
and power and money
shock and awe
collateral damage
and the bleeding, smoldering bodies
of someone else’s child
and the nations play the game
of vying for position 
to make the world a better place
through the moans of death
and lifeless bodies
that are the victims of
what we claim
is a better world
Hear that cry
so pure and innocent
of a newborn child
and remember
what power and ambition and money
disguised as caring and freedom
can do

Christmas Luke 2:1-20


Praise to the Lord on High
Who is born
Among us
A child helpless and wrapped
In the loving embrace of newness
Glory to God in the Highest
With the Praise going to all the earth
That we may rejoice
Not in greatness
---far off there
but here
---among us
The Lord God who created all
Come as one for us all
The Birth of the Christ child has come
The Birth of the Messiah
Who will lead the people
You and I
On to love
----(Victory over death)
on to life
as the one laying here
so innocent
feel the shadow of the cross
in the night
and the angels know
and sing of this one
so innocent
who will save us all

Opening Litany based on Psalm 148


Worship Leader: Praise the LORD from the heavens, and in the heights above.  Praise the LORD, all angels and heavenly hosts.

Congregation: Praise the LORD, sun and moon and shining stars. Praise, you highest heavens and waters above the skies.

Worship Leader: Let everyone and everything praise the name of the LORD, for the LORD spoke and they were created. The LORD set them in place for ever and ever and gave a decree that will never pass away.

Congregation: Praise the LORD from the earth, you great sea creatures and all ocean depths, lightning and hail, snow and clouds, stormy winds that do his bidding.

Worship Leader: Praise the LORD you mountains and all hills, fruit trees and all cedars, wild animals and all cattle, small creatures and flying birds.

Congregation: Praise the LORD all you kings of the earth and all nations, you princes and all rulers on earth, young men and maidens, old men and children.

Worship Leader: Let them praise the name of the LORD, for the LORD alone is exalted; and the LORD’s splendor is above the earth and the heavens.

Congregation: The LORD has raised up for all people a voice through the praise of the saints, and the people close to the heart of God. Praise the LORD.

Psalm 96:1-13



 

Worship Leader: Sing to the LORD a new song; let all the people of the earth sing a new song unto the Lord. 

Congregation: We will sing praises to the Lord and proclaim the salvation of the Lord all our days.  We will proclaim the glory of the Lord to all the nations and the Lord’s marvelous deeds to all peoples. 

Worship Leader: For the Lord is great and worthy of praise above all gods.

Congregation: Our idols in this world are only that, just idols, but the Lord God created the heavens and the earth.  Splendor, Majesty and Glory surround the presence of the Lord. 

Worship Leader: Let all the peoples in all the nations of the earth ascribe to the Lord the glory and honor due the name of the Lord of all creation. 

Congregation: We will worship the Lord with praise and say to all people, “The Lord Reigns” For the justice of the Lord will be established over all the earth. 

Worship Leader: Let the heavens rejoice, let the earth be glad, let the sea resound and all that is in it.  Let the fields be jubilant and everything in them; let all the trees of the forest sing for joy.

Congregation: Let all creation rejoice before the Lord who comes to judge the earth and all people with righteousness and loving kindness.  



10w for December 25th, Christmas.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 25th, Christmas. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Silent Night by Dakota Road from the CD Love can Break Through.   Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at Dakotaroadmusic.com

10w for December 29th, Holy Innocents.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 29th, Holy Innocents. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Cry Mercy by Dakota Road from the CD All Are Welcome.  Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at Dakotaroadmusic.com

10w for December 29th, NL, And Immediately.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 29th, NL, And Immediately. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Out in the Wilderness by the Jay Beech Band from the CD Everyone Who is Thirsty, Come.    Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at baytonemusic.com

12/16/2019

Matthew 1:18-25 The Birth of Jesus Christ


Fear not
Broke into the darkness
Fear not
Into the night of doubt
Fear not
To take this one called blessed
Fear not
As the world is about to change unnoticed
For into this world will come
Not just a son
But the very God of creation
(Immanuel)
To be held by those rough hands
Loved
Kissed
Nurtured
By none other than
Fear not
You Joseph
And he took Mary into his home
And they had a son
And named him
(God with us)
Jesus

Opening Litany based on Psalm 80:7-15



Pastor: Restore us, God Almighty; make your face shine on us, that we may be saved.

Congregation: You liberated your people from slavery in the land of the Pharaohs.  You gave them a great land and a great calling, just as you have given us a great land and a great calling.  You blessed them with abundance as you have blessed us with abundance.  

Pastor: Why then O Lord have you broken down the walls so that all who pass by may pick its grapes? Why O Lord do you let the wild things and insects ravage and feed upon the abundance you have blessed us with?

Congregation: Return to us, God Almighty! Look to us from your heavenly realm and watch over this blessing you have planted, the children of God you have called your own, and help us in turn return to You as the cornerstone of our lives. 



10w for December 22nd, That's Life.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 22nd, That's Life. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Love Can Break Through by Dakota Road from the CD Love Can Break Through. Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at Dakotaroadmusic.com

10w for December 22nd, NL, Desert Destined.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 22nd, NL, Desert Destined. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is The First Noel by Andra Moran from the CD Presents from the Attic.    Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at andramoran.com

12/09/2019

Matthew 11:2-11 3rd Sunday of Advent


Are you the one
Who is to come
The one prepared for from before all time
(the blind see)
Are you the one
Claimed by the thunder crack
And the dove gently coming down
(the lame walk)
Are you the one for whom I baptized
Calling one and all to run
From the life of games
To the calling of God
(the deaf hear)
You seem so gentle
Not what I expected
When I first leapt in my mothers womb
Not what I expected
Out there at the river’s edge
Not what I expected
(new life)
And yet somehow
(good news for the poor)
more

Opening Litany based on Psalm 146



Worship Leader: Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord, O my soul! 

Congregation: I will praise the Lord as long as I live and will sing praises to my God all my whole life long. 

Worship Leader: Do not put your trust in mortals, the powers of this world, for they are no help, when their breath departs, they return to the earth like everyone else and on that very day their plans perish. 

Congregation: Happy are those whose help and hope is in the Lord our God who made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them and who keeps faith for ever

Worship Leader: For it is the Lord our God who executes justice for the oppressed and gives food to the hungry. 

Congregation: The Lord sets the prisoners free and opens the eyes of the blind. The Lord lifts up those who are bowed down and loves the righteous. 

Worship Leader: The Lord watches over the strangers and upholds the orphan and the widow, but the way of the wicked the Lord will bring to ruin. 

Congregation: The Lord will reign forever and our God for all generations.  I will indeed Praise the Lord with my whole life.


10w for December 15th, What'd You Expect?

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 15th, What'd You Expect? If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Stables by Dakota Road from the CD Love Can Break Through.   Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

10w for December 15th, NL, Free To Be.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 15th, NL, Free To Be. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Go Tell it on the Mountain by Dakota Road from the CD Love Can Break Through.    Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

12/02/2019

Matthew 3:1-12 John the Baptist Prepares the Way


Two men walking up a hill
One disappears
One’s left standing still
I wish you had all been ready
You brood of vipers
The kingdom is coming
And already here
The ax is at the root of the tree
And we are not ready for
For
Ready for what?
An end where some are saved
And most condemned?
Leaving this earth in a moment before
Before
The lamb comes to live in the Holy City
With the children of God from every nation?
Bear fruit that is worth repentance
Prepare ye the way of the Lord
Love one another.

10w for December 8th, NL, Keep Calm.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 8th, NL, Keep Calm. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is The First Noel by Andra Moran from the CD Presents from the Attic. Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at andramoran.com

10w for December 8th, Desert Thunder.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 8th, Desert Thunder. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Rebel Jesus by Dakota Road from the CD Love Can Break Through. Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

11/25/2019

1st Advent, Matthew 24:37-44



What time will you pick me up?
When will it happen?
What is the moment?
I wonder
I need to know
Lord
You who are most gracious
I need to know
So that
I
May control
You
When will it be
When you return
(of)
And all that I base my life on
Is gone
It’s not fair
To play these games
To make me
Read and write books of
What if
When
(that hour)
As if the world
Revolves
---- and
-------- evolves
around Your timetable
Your thoughts
Your words
Lord
Why won’t you tell me
I could better plan
(you)
Then
And live my life
My way
How can I live
With so much to worry about
How can you make me guess
O lord
When you know
(do not know)
I
Just want to be
free

Opening Litany based on Psalm 122


 

Pastor: I rejoiced with those who said to me, “Let us go to the house of the LORD.”

Congregation: Our feet rejoiced standing in the gates of the New Jerusalem, and now we are called to be city built on a hill where all the tribes and nations go up to Praise the name of the Lord our God. 

Pastor: As we light this first candle we remember that you have stirred up the power of hope among us as you announced the birth of the messiah.

Light the first Advent Candle

Congregation: We rejoice in the light that brings hope to the world and to our lives as we prepare for the coming of the Lord, let our light shine forth in this world as we live as the children you have called us to be. 

Pastor: Pray for the peace of the world and for peace in the Holy Land that all those you live may live secure and without walls.

Congregation: For the sake of our families and friends we will live in the hope of peace as we say to all, “Peace be with, and within you.”

Pastor: For the sake of the house of the LORD our God let us seek a shared prosperity for all the children of God


10w for December 1st, War & Peace.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 1st, War & Peace. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Come O Long Expected Jesus by Dakota Road from the CD Love Can Break Through.    Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

10w for December 1st, NL, Something New.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for December 1st, NL, Something New. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Come Thou Long Expected Jesus by Andra Moran from the CD Presents from the Attic.  Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at Andramoran.com

11/18/2019

Christ the King Luke 23:35-43


Even on the cross
with the whole world of power
mocking
laughing
in the folly of our pride
humanity
the creation of God
put up the sign
            King of the Jews
            King of us all
and in the midst of the mocking
and pain
Christ looked on the one
            who turned to him
and pronounced t he blessing
Today
            You will be with me in paradise
And in that moment
            gave hope
                        life
to us all

Psalm 46



Worship Leader: It is God who is our refuge and strength and our ever-present help in times of trouble, therefore we will not live in fear.  For even though the earth may give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, even if the waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging, we will not fear. Our God is with us, our refuge and strength is ever-present with us. 

Congregation: In Revelation there is a river whose streams bring life and joy to the city of God, the holy dwelling place of the Most High. God is within this Holy City, this dwelling place of God with us, and she will not fall. 

Worship Leader: God brings help to us at the break of each new day and though nations may be in uproar and kingdoms may fall God is still with us and ruler of all. 


Congregation: The LORD Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress.  Come one and all and see what the LORD has done in our lives and in the lives of all the people of the earth. 

Worship Leader: The Lord brings wars to an end.  The Lord breaks the bow and shatters the spear destroying all the instruments of war, and then says, “Be still, and know that I am God.”


Congregation: We will exalt the Lord our God among all the nations of the earth, for the LORD Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our strength.

 


10w for November 24th, NL, Rediscovery.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for November 24th, NL, Rediscovery. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is In the Bleak Midwinter by Dakota Road from the CD Love Can Break Through. Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

10w for November 24th, Christ The King.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for November 24th, Christ The King. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard. The song for the day is Love Can Break Through by Dakota Road from the CD Love Can Break Through. Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at Dakotaroadmusic.com

11/11/2019

Psalm 98




Worship Leader:  Let us raise our voices and sing to the LORD a new song, for all the marvelous things the Lord has done, for the Lord’s right hand and holy arm have brought about salvation.

People: The LORD has brought this message of salvation before all nations and all peoples remembering the love out of which all things and all people were made.

Worship Leader:  Yes, truly all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God therefore let us shout for joy to the Lord over all the earth.

People: Let us burst into jubilant song with all kinds of music from the people as we sing and shout for joy before the Lord our God.

Worship Leader:  Let all of creation resound with songs of joy; let the sea and everything in it resound, let the world and all who live in it resound; let the rivers and mountains and all who live in them resound with clapping of hands and songs before the Lord our God.

People: for the Lord comes as a just judge for all the earth and will look upon all peoples and all creation with righteousness and equity


10w for November 17th, NL, Hope and Justice.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for November 17th, NL, Hope and Justice. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard." The song for the day is Right by the Water by Dakota Road from the CD Break These Chains.  Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

10w for November 17th, Doomsday Deceivers.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for November 17th, Doomsday Deceivers.  If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard." The song for the day is Kyrie Eleison from the CD All Are Welcome by Dakota Road.  Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

11/04/2019

10w for November 10th, NL, Faithfulness.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for November 10th, NL, Faithfulness. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard." The song for the day is Let us Go to the House of the Lord by the Jay Beech Band from the CD Everyone Who is Thirsty, Come.  Used with permission you can find this and other gifts for ministry at baytonemusic.com

10w for November 10th, God Intimacy.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for November 10th, God Intimacy. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard." The song for the day is Your Love is Everlasting by Dakota Road from the CD Break These Chains.  Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

10/28/2019

Poem based on All Saints Matthew 5:1-12



Blessed are we
Blessed in the midst of God’s love
Blessed in the midst of our world
Blessed in what we feel     
                    See
                              Do
          Blessed
Even in the times we find it hard
To see
          The blessing
Even then
We can know ourselves
As the children of God
Especially then
We can know
          See
                    Feel
God’s presence in our lives
          Blessed
God’s love in our lives
Given by the One
Who came to save
Blessed are you
In the name of Christ

10w for November 3rd, NL, Silence and Smoke.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for November 3rd, NL, Silence and Smoke. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard."  The song for the day is The Greatest Enemy by Bryan Sirchio from the CD Justice and Love. Used with permission you can find this and other gifts for ministry at www.sirchio.com

10w for November 3rd, Saints

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for November 3rd, Saints. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard." The song for the day is We the Children of Light by the Jay Beech Band from the CD One Body Alive.    Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at baytonemusic.com

10/21/2019

John 8:31-36


It is not a matter of belonging
not a matter of doing
or doing better
Christ has come into this world
and saved us
and called us to be
the children of God
not to be saved
but
because we are
God has loved us
Christ has saved us
we are now called to run
and enjoy
and be
the children of God.
That’s Grace.







Psalm 46



Worship Leader: It is God who is our refuge and strength and our ever-present help in times of trouble, therefore we will not live in fear.  For even though the earth may give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, even if the waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging, we will not fear. Our God is with us, our refuge and strength is ever-present with us. 

Congregation: In Revelation there is a river whose streams bring life and joy to the city of God, the holy dwelling place of the Most High. God is within this Holy City, this dwelling place of God with us, and she will not fall. 

Worship Leader: God brings help to us at the break of each new day and though nations may be in uproar and kingdoms may fall God is still with us and ruler of all. 


Congregation: The LORD Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress.  Come one and all and see what the LORD has done in our lives and in the lives of all the people of the earth. 

Worship Leader: The Lord brings wars to an end.  The Lord breaks the bow and shatters the spear destroying all the instruments of war, and then says, “Be still, and know that I am God.”


Congregation: We will exalt the Lord our God among all the nations of the earth, for the LORD Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our strength.

 


10w for October 27th, Reformation.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for October 27th, Reformation. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard."The song for the day is Baptized by the Jay Beech Band from the CD One Body Alive.  Used with permission you can find this and other gifts for ministry at baytonemusic.com

10w for October 27th, NL, Power or Love.

The following is a 10 or more minute worship for October 27th, NL, Power or Love. If you find this worship experience helpful, please share with friends and family. You can also find these audio worship services as well as Gospel poems and Opening Litanies on the Facebook page, "Lutheran Flannelboard." The song for the day is Choose Love by Dakota Road from the CD Break These Chains.  Used with permission, you can find this and other gifts for ministry at dakotaroadmusic.com

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