What did you sing in church Sunday morning?

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  1. Joshua Rhodes

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    Here is our order of service from Sunday morning... would like to know what you sang:

    Freedom by Darrell Evans
    Bless His Holy Name by Andrae Crouch

    Do, Lord Traditional Spiritual
    Victory in Jesus by E. M. Bartlett
    There is Power in the Blood by Lewis E. Jones

    Since I Have Been Redeemed by Edwin O. Excell
    He Set Me Free by Albert Brumley
    Redeemed, How I Love to Proclaim It by Fanny Crosby/William Kirkpatrick

    Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior by Fanny Crosby/William Doane
    Come, Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy by Joseph Hart/Anonymous
     
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    I attended both the Japanese and the English services at JBC this morning. In the Japanese service the congregational songs were

    Chikarano Shuo (Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König der Erde)
    Jujikano Chini (I Hear Thy Welcome Voice)(two verses before Communion, two more after)
    an anonymous doxology
    Draw Nigh to God (the Japanese title escapes me)
    Ametsuchi Kozorite (a doxology)

    and in the English service

    Grace Greater Than Our Sin (two verses)
    Lift Him Up
    Change My Heart, O God
    More Love to Thee, O Christ (two verses)
    Praise God, from Whom All Blessings Flow
    Just a Closer Walk with Thee (two verses before Communion, two more after)

    This evening at Fremont Baptist we sang

    Faith of Our Fathers
    Battle Hymn of the Republic
    Amazing Grace
    We Will Glorify
    Thy Loving Kindness
    Behold, What Manner of Love
    Thou Art Worthy
    Majesty
    How Firm a Foundation
    More About Jesus
    At the Cross
    and one or two others that slip my mind (a fairly light night of singing by Fremont standards)

    Haruo
     
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    ummm...I can't remember...DOH! :eek: Oh well, I guess that means there was nothing too controversial [​IMG] Nothing that could have been about cats in any of it :D

    I remember at arvo jam session we did Bullock's Blessing Honour, Kendrick's Amazing love (My Lord, what love is this), the Hills' Jesus Lover Of My Soul (not Wesley's :( )...

    Oh hang on, on thinking a bit harder about morning service we had He Is Lord, Garment Of Praise, one of Kendrick's things that I still can't remember anything about...Josiah Conder's Thou Art The Everlasting Word and another hymn in the service.

    I think I need a memory upgrade :eek: :(

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    After a couple of hours of headache last night trying to remember what that Kendrick song was, today I wake up and remember it was The Price Is Paid.

    Now if I could just remember the rest of the songs we had... :( [​IMG]

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    Here's what we did Sunday AM, 7/13:

    Love Lifted Me Rowe/Smith
    The Family of God Gaither/Gaither
    Nothing But the Blood Lowry
    The Blood Will Never Lose its Power Crouch
    Step By Step Strasser "Beaker"
    Amazing Love Kendrick
    Knowing You Kendrick
    You Are My King Foote
    Come Just As You Are Sabolick
     
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    My good friend and I sang a rompin' version of "There's a New Name Written Down in Glory" for the special music. We have a special tune every now and then.

    But the congregation ? I'm drawing a blank, but it was probably a combination of Fannie Crosby and Isaac Watts tunes.
     
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    Went to my childhood church, University Baptist Church of Seattle, to present my fiancée to my old Sunday School teachers, such of them as remain. My brother Alan went with us, first time he'd been there since 1968.

    The organ prelude was an arrangement of "Hanover" by Thimon

    The opening hymn was Natalie Sleeth's "In the Bulb There Is a Flower" (click), which I had never sung before (I'd seen it in the hymnal, and heard it as a duet for special music once, I think)

    The response to the Prayers of the Community was a guitar-accompanied rendition of Julie Gold's "From a Distance" (click)

    The first lesson was Psalm 17:1-9 & 15 with congregational Antiphon as given in the New Century Hymnal

    The hymn preceding the sermon (new to me, but to good old "Holy Manna") was "Jacob wrestling" by (© 1991) Thomas A. Jackson:
    The offertory (organ) was a variation on "Cleansing Fountain" by Martin

    The closing hymn was "How Firm a Foundation" in the New Century updated text (5 verses)

    The organ postlude was "Festal Flourish" by Gordon Jacobs

    Haruo
     
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    11:00 Classic Worship (Easton Bible Church)
    July 20th, 2003

    Come, Thou Almighty King
    Praise to the Lord the Almighty
    Shine, Jesus, Shine

    Wonderful, Merciful Savior (Piano and Strings)

    Seek Ye First
    More Precious Than Silver
    I Am Thine, O Lord
    More Love to Thee
    Seekers of Your Heart
     

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