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Sunday Service Recap: April 20, 2014

April 22, 2014

Redeemer Church

Champaign-Urbana, IL

Call to Worship: Come Praise and Glorify written by Bob Kauflin and Tim Chester

We introduced a new song to our church this week as a call to worship.  It is a simple song, inviting one another to come praise and glorify God because of who he is and what he has done for his people.

Welcome

Confession of Sin

Assurance of Pardon: 1 Corinthians 15:16-19

Song: See What a Morning written by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend

This song, also titled Resurrection Hymn, is all about the glory of the resurrection and the effects it has on the lives of Christians.  It is the perfect song to sing on Easter Sunday.

Song: Christ is Risen written by Matt Maher

Offering

Scripture Reading: 1 Corinthians 15:50-58

Prayer: Kerry and Twila Jackson

Song: Behold our God, written by Jonathan Baird, Meghan Baird, Ryan Baird, Stephen Altrogge

A song highlighting the glory of God as he has revealed himself in his mighty acts and in the wisdom of creation and providence, sovereign over all things and yet also reminds us of how he has chosen to live among us and provide atonement for our sin.  God truly is transcendent (beyond our comprehension) and immanent (with us).

Song: In Christ Alone written by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend

Sermon by Chet Daniels: The Effects of Easter in Ephesians, Ephesians 1:17-23, 2:1-10, 4:1-16, 5:8-14

  1. Jesus is the exalted Lord over all (1:17-23)
  2. We have been made alive together in Christ (2:1-10)
  3. We have been united in the church to help one another grow to maturity in Christ (4:1-16)
  4. We can now expose darkness to the light of Christ (5:8-14)

Song: The Power of the Cross, written by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend

A great song to end our Easter Sunday service giving us the opportunity to sing the gospel to one another and celebrate it’s power to change our hearts and bring us to God.

Announcements

Benediction: John 11:25-26

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