Sunday Setlist - 9th December 2012

Well, we had a great time at church on Sunday. It was an honur to lead, not just the singing, but the service as well. God was good, and againd everything seemed to fall into place and flow smoothly from one thing to the next.

We used a 'Service Starter' DVD from Integrity's iworship series to start the service. It worked well (although the computer which is due to be replaced decided to freeze and we were without words for the first part of the first song - thanks to Anna and the multimedia team for getting things working again so fast).

'Just One Touch From The King' is a great song that carries a prophetic anointing and again it went down very well - declaring God's rule and reign over our town and nation.

We had an offering this week. Singing 'Jesus All For Jesus' fitted very well. The offering verse was taken from Matthew, where the Wise Men bring their gifts to the new born Jesus. their gifts were significant and worth something. Linking with the song before, I encouraged the church to 'count the cost' both financially and with their lives as to what we should offer to Jesus.

It was a busy service as we also had communion after the sermon. 'Take My Life' (the Chris Tomlin re-mix) worked very well as it is meditative and quiet, building to a crescendo 'Here am I, all of me' so it worked well with communion being a serious moment, as well as a moment of celebration and joy.

So here is the list:

The List:
The Cost (I'm saying yes to you) - Rend Collective
Theres a Battle Raging (Just one touch from the king) - Godfrey Birtill
Wonderful Counsellor - Matt McChlery  Chord Chart     Audio
Jesus all for Jesus - Robin Mark
Take My Life - Chris Tomlin
  • What songs did you play?
  • Which ones worked for you?
  • Did any fit with the theme of the service?
Answers and somments below. Thanks.


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