Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Corporate Confession Request

The corporate confession that the worship team planned for us on Easter was excellently led by Pastor John. A number have requested copies: Here it is and thanks to Betty and the worship team for getting it together.

In Genesis He’s the Breath of Life
In Exodus He’s the Passover Lamb
In Leviticus He’s the High Priest
In Numbers He’s the Cloud by day and the Pillar of Fire by night
In Deuteronomy He’s the City of Refuge

In Joshua He is Salvation’s Choice
In Judges: Lawgiver
In Ruth He is our Kinsman Redeemer
In 1st and 2nd Samuel He is our Trusted Prophet
In Kings and Chronicles He’s our Sovereign
In Ezra He is the True and Faithful Scribe
In Nehemiah He’s the Rebuilder of broken walls and lives
In Esther He is Mordecai’s courage

In Job He’s our Redeemer that ever liveth
In Psalms He is my Shepherd and I shall not want
In Proverbs He is Wisdom’s cry
In Ecclesiastes: the time and season
In the Song of Solomon He’s the Beautiful Bridegroom

In Isaiah He is Prince of Peace
In Jeremiah He’s the weeping Prophet
In Lamentations: the cry for Israel
In Ezekiel He’s the call from sin
And in Daniel He’s the Fourth Man in the midst of the fiery furnace

In Jonah He is the great missionary Who takes the Word of God into all the world
In Micah He is the promise of peace
In Nahum He is our strength and our shield
In Habakkuk He is the watchman ever praying for revival
In Zephaniah He is the Lord mighty to save
In Haggai He is the Restorer of our lost heritage
In Zachariah He is our Fountain
And in Malachi He is the Son of Righteousness with healing in His wings

In Matthew He is the Christ, the Son of the Living God
In Mark He is the Miracle Worker
In Luke He’s the Son of Man
In John He is the Door by which everyone of us must enter

In Acts He is the fire from Heaven

In Romans He’s the Grace of God
In Corinthians: the Power of Love
In Galatians He is Freedom from the curse of sin
In Ephesians: the Unsearchable Riches
In Philippians: the Servant’s Heart
In Colossians He’s the Fullness of the Godhead Bodily
In 1st & 2nd Timothy He is the Mediator between God and man
In Titus He’s our Blessed Hope
In Philemon He is a friend that sticks closer than a brother

And in Hebrews He is the Blood of the everlasting covenant
In James He’s the one who heals the sick
In 1st & 2nd Peter He is the Chief Shepherd
In 1st, 2nd, & 3rd John it is Jesus Who has the tenderness of love
In Jude: the One Who can keep you from falling

And in Revelation, lift up your eyes, Church, for Your redemption draweth nigh, He is King of Kings and Lord of Lord!


Cheryl Lynn said...

i thought this was a very powerful way to usher us into worship on easter. the music building in the background was so appropriate as the revelation of jesus increased through the bible. bravo worship team.

Anonymous said...

As the congregation was reciting this together, I could hear the enthusiasm swell. Our voices could not contain the excitement as we say together who God is. What a great way to worship.

HALFMOM said...

I thought it was wonderful and have already saved a copy for O who loved it as well.