Veritas Gathered: Liturgy Recap – Sunday October 25th, 2015

Welcome to the recap of the songs, hymns and readings of the Veritas worship gathering on October 25th, 2015

This week we continued our sermon series, Remembering our Redemption, with a sermon entitled “Incarnation” from Mark 1:14-15 preached by Nick Nye. So, as we relive the story of redemption seen throughout Scripture, 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 “All Creatures of Our God and King”.
Song: “All Creatures of Our God and King”


Oh, give thanks to the Lord; call upon His name; make known His deeds among the peoples!

Sing to Him, sing praises to Him; tell of all His wondrous works! 

Glory in His holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice! Remember the wondrous works that He has done, His miracles, and the judgments He uttered. He is the Lord our God. He remembers His covenant forever, the word that He commanded, for a thousand generations.

All praise be to the Lord!
—based on Psalm 105:1-5, 7-8

Song: “Holy, Holy, Holy”


The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
– 1 Cor 15:56-57

Song: “Death Has Lost Its Sting”



Our sermon was preached by Nick Nye, entitled “Incarnation”, from Mark 1:14-15.

Song: “You Are The Living Word”

Song: “Agnus Dei”


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.

Song: “Bless The Lord (Son of Man)”


Covenant God, you heard your people yearning for a Savior. Thank you for sending your Son so long ago, in human flesh, to bring salvation to your people.

We remember your promises fulfilled in Christ and know that He will come again, that death and suffering will end and every tear will be wiped away.

As we go, we rejoice knowing that You were, are, and will continue to be present with us from age to age. Come, Lord Jesus, come. Amen.
from the Worship Sourcebook

Song: “Jesus Paid It All”


May the grace of Christ give us rest in the midst of turmoil, and may the love of God bring us peace in times of suffering, and may the power of the Holy Spirit enable us to have hope in the Gospel and to live for the glory of the Almighty God, through Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Peace be with you.