Songs and Scenes: September 11, 2016

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Songs and Scenes is a weekly blog review of songs, readings and prayers featured in The Crossing’s Sunday morning liturgy. We’ve included a link to a Spotify playlist of Sunday’s songs (when available) so you can enjoy listening to them throughout your week. This week’s liturgy recap features photos by Andrew Herndon.

We were fortunate to have Reggie Palmer II (aka Victorious) help lead us in worship this morning. You can check out his album, “The Come Back,” here.




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1. How Great is Our God by Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves and Ed Cash. Arrangement: The Crossing Music

The splendor of the King,
clothed in majesty;
Let all the earth rejoice,
all the earth rejoice.

He wraps Himself in light,
and darkness tries to hide,
and trembles at His voice,
and trembles at His voice


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2. The Mighty Hand of God by Brian Eichelberger, Cam Huxford, and Zach Bolen

The mighty hand of God that made the heavens and the earth
Was held by nails upon the cross to bear the sinner’s curse
The mighty hand of God undoes the wretched work of sin
Restores our lost and dying souls to victory in Him

He will never let us go, the grip of God will hold
He will never let us go, in Christ we are secure.


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3. Christ is Risen by Matt Maher and Mia Fieldes, Arrangement by The Crossing Music

Beneath the weight of all our sin
You bowed to none but heavens will.
No scheme of hell, no scoffer’s crown,
no burden great can hold you down,
In strength you reign.
Forever let Your church proclaim
,

Christ is risen from the dead
trampling over death by death.
Come awake, come awake!
Come and rise up from the grave.


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4. I Want to Run by The Crossing Music featuring Rahlo

Let us throw off everything that hinders
and the sin that so easily entangles,
and let us run with perseverance
the race marked out for us.
Let us fix our eyes on Jesus.


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5. God is Good by Dustin Kensrue

And even when it seems he hides his face
And darkness seems to be our only friend
We look to Christ who suffered in our place
That one day all our suffering would end

God is good, all of the time
All of the time, God is good
God is good, all of the time
All of the time, God is good


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Music Team for September 11, 2016:

Kali Binkley: Vocals
Nathan Casey: Vocals
David Cover: Bass Guitar
Grady Frazier: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboard
Rhett Johnson: Electric Guitars
Connor Kespohl: Percussion
Andrew Luley: Drums
Christian Neuenswander: Vocals
Reggie Palmer II (AKA Victorious): Vocals

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