Veritas Gathered: Preparing for Sunday – March 15th, 2015

SERMON

This week we continuing through studying the book of Acts! This Sunday’s message is titled “Gospel Generosity”. The sermon text for this series is Acts 4:32-37. In this passage we so the great generosity shown by those who received the Holy Spirit to those who were in need. We also see the apostles giving their testimony about Christ and the reality of his resurrection! So, as we continue through Acts lets open our ears and our hearts to hear from God through His Word and follow Him graciously!

LITURGY

As we go through this lenten season be sure to check out our weekly prayer guides at http://veritascolumbus.com/lent/ !

L: Lord, in light of your glory, we see how often we are selfish in our ways. We have taken what you have given us and have used them in ways unpleasing to you. Help us to count our lives as not our own but Yours.
C: Lord, remind us that we were bought with the price. We are saved through the grace you displayed by nailing our sins on the cross with Jesus Christ.
L: May your love cause us to testify of and live in response to your holiness, your glory, and your never-ending, incorruptible grace. Your love has brought us out of condemnation, and this was not our own doing, but a gift of grace from You.
C: All praise and glory be to Jesus Christ! You are the King of kings and the Lord of lords! Amen!

 

MUSIC

Check out this list of some of the songs we will be singing together this week:

  • “Every Praise – Hezekiah Walker” – An anthem that boldy states that all our praise is to our Lord
  • “Entrance – Liz Vice” – A beautiful song speaking of the salvation work that Christ has completed for us
  • “The Love of God” – A powerful song that proclaims how perfect and everlasting the love of God is

Here is a link to a Spotify playlist. Even though our arrangements might be slightly different, listen through these songs and see the great truths that they speak about our God and then come prepared to sing them out loudly and joyfully as a gathered church.