Wow, what a quote! And thinking back to last Sunday I believe I see the elements he describes: Brokenness, hunger, and need mingled with grace and praise to cause an expression of worship that honors God. You started the service in a wonderful way with "Glorious City of God." We sang old hymns and the brand new "Lion and the Lamb" with a church ready to sing. Then that moment came when "For the Cross" took off. Oh my, thank you, Jennifer for giving your heart and your voice in that moment as the Holy Spirit moved on the church and resulted in great praise. If you had to miss it, or even if you were there, I encourage you to go to the church website and experience "For the Cross" again.
Next Sunday we will be observing the Lord's Supper in our morning service This is such an important time for us as a church as we confess our sins and move forward in wholeness with Christ. We'll be singing some great songs including "Glorious Day," "It Is Well With My Soul" and "Man of Sorrows." Come ready to receive.