Monday, October 26, 2015

Worship Round-Up (October 25, 2015)

a weekly review of Sunday worship to provide resource and further reflection from our Sunday service.

"The Journey of Nebuchadnezzar"
Pastor Chuck Mullikin
Daniel 4
Listen to the sermon here.

In this week's sermon, Pastor Chuck highlighted King Nebuchadnezzar's change from self sufficiency as king to recognizing God as his king and the rightful recipient of praise and glory. We drew connection between the sermon and the music by emphasizing God as our king with "Praise My Soul, the King of Heaven". In Westchester's rendition of "O Worship the King" we refrain
"Lift up your voice to the glorious King
Let us enter His courts with praise.
He was, and is, and is to come,
The Lord is King forever!"
We continue our focus on missions and also emphasize Jesus as the great King who deserving of all praise with "Bright and Glorious". We responded after the service with communion and singing of "You are My King" and then ending with a song of celebration in our great salvation with a new arrangement of "What Wondrous Love is This".

Praise My Soul the King of Heaven
by Henry Francis Lyte | John Goss | Austin Hilmer

O Worship the King (Lift Up Your Voice)
by Johann Michael Haydn | Robert Grant | Austin Hilmer

Bright and Glorious
by Aaron Ivey | Todd Agnew
Listen on YouTube

You are My King
by Billy J Foote
Listen on YouTube

What Wondrous Love is This
by Alexander Means | William Walker - arrangement by Pacific Gold
Listen and Purchase on Bandcamp

Austin Hilmer

About the Author:
Austin serves on staff at Westchester as Associate Pastor of Corporate Worship

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