AdorationGlory be to Thee, O Father Almighty, who as on this day didst raise up Thy Son fromthe dead and makest us partakers of His victoryover sin and death.Glory be to Thee, O Christ, who for us men and for our salvation hast overcome death, andopened unto us the gate of everlasting life. Glory be to Thee, O Holy Spirit, who dost leas us into all truth as it is in the risen Christ.Blessed be Thou, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,one God, who bringest life and immortality to light through Thy Gospel, and blessed be Thy glorious name for ever and ever. Amen. The Book of Common Worship p. 304Christ has died,Christ has risen,Christ will come again!
The “Glad” version was good, but nothing tops the harmonious sounds of Annie (Ward) Herring, Nelly and Matthew Ward, “2nd Chapter of Acts!” Pastor Tony, I have kept track of them all, I know we were there, but guess I missed the title of your Easter 2007 Sermon? Like the rest, I bet is was built around the victory of Matthew 27:62 and 28:6-10? Our first Redeemer Easter, 3/27/05 “The Greatest Statement Ever Proclaimed in the Bible”4/16/06 “The 7 John’s and the After Affects of His Resurrection.”Easter 2007? Fill in the blank3/23/08 “2 Greatest Burdens in Life” 4/12/09 “Why Does the Resurrection Matter?”
Woody- my 2007 sermon was entitled "They Keep Coming", the jist of it forms my latest post.Thanks for paying attention!! Except for 2007 anyways...ha ha!
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