Veritas Gathered: Liturgy Recap for July 5th, 2015

Welcome to the recap of the songs, hymns and readings of the Veritas worship gathering on July 5th, 2015

This week we finished our summer in the Psalms by talking about Scripture itself. Pastor Nick Nye spoke on the importance and authority of Scripture, coming from Psalm 119. So, as we contemplate revelation that comes from God, and his desire for us to know Him through it, let us open our ears and our hearts to hear from God through His Word and rejoice in Him! We will start the gathering by singing a song called “Oh Great is Our God!”.
Song: “Oh Great is Our God”


L: Our hearts are ready, O Lord, to respond to Your glory!

C: We will sing and make melody! We will awaken the dawn!

L: We will give thanks to You, O Lord, among the peoples, we will sing praises to You among the nations.

C: For Your steadfast love is great above the heavens, and Your faithfulness reaches to the clouds.

based on Psalm 108:1-4, The Worship Sourcebook

Song: “I Sing the Mighty Power of God”


If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

(1 John 1:8-9 ESV)

Song: “Jesus Paid It All”



Our Sermon was preached by Nick Nye, on Scripture, from Psalm 119.

Song: “No Condemnation”

Song: “Death in His Grave”


L: Jesus’ death brings us life and this meal reminds us that we are fed by Jesus and forgiven because of Jesus. C: We rejoice that You have died, have risen, and are now with the Father advocating for us. Amen. L: With our money, time, and talent we give generously, knowing that through Your Son, Jesus, You have generously given to us. C: We rejoice that You have given everything and we joyfully give everything back to Your care. Amen.


C: We give You thanks, great God, for the hope we have in Jesus, who died but is risen and rules over all. We praise You for His presence with us. Because He lives, we look forward to eternal life, knowing that nothing past, present, or yet to come can separate us from Your great love made known in Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.

—A prayer from the Common Book of Worship

Song: “Before the Throne of God Above”


May the love of God the Father, the faithful creator, and the peace of Christ, the wounded healer, and the joy of the challenging Spirit, together as the hope of the Three in One, surround and encourage you as you go from here. Peace be with you.