Preparing For Worship
Leading up to Sunday, September 4
As a song of adoration, we will sing “All the Poor and Powerless.”
All the poor and powerless
All the lost and lonely
All the thieves will come confess
And know that You are Holy
All the hearts who are content
And all who feel unworthy
All who hurt with nothing left
Will know that You are Holy
And all will cry out Hallelujah
And we will sing out Hallelujah.
What does Hallelujah really mean? It literally translates to “Praise Jah.” Jah is short for the actual and personal name of God – Jahweh or Yaweh. This is not a lone cry of praise to an unknown, generic god, rather more like a rally cry with one another to give praise to our God. *
As we prepare to listen to our Pastor preach on Jesus’ resurrection, the pivotal event of our faith, consider God’s goodness to rescue us from our poverty and powerlessness with His glorious power and love.
Songs We’ll Be Singing
Invocation: Arise, My Soul, Arise
Adoration: All the Poor and Powerless
Thanksgiving: Jesus Paid it All
Response: Christ is Risen
*If you want to read more about the meaning of Hallelujah try this insightful article.