10.12.13 Worship Confessional

rsvp logoAs (all) things are brought back under Christ’s rule and authority, they are restored to health, beauty, and freedom. (Tim Keller)

During our gathering yesterday we continued our series, RSVP, by exploring the scope of Christ’s redemptive work on the cross. In Colossians 1:19-20 the Apostle Paul describes the cosmic scope of Christ’s death on the Cross: “For God was pleased to have all his fullness dwell in him, and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether things on earth or things in heaven, by making peace through his blood, shed on the cross.”

While God created all things good, when sin entered the world, all things were touched and impacted by depravity. The Creation narrative describes the world as it “ought “to be and the Fall narrative describes the world as it “is.” And each of us experiences the gap between the “ought” and the “is” on a daily basis.

Where do you most keenly experience the gaps between “the ought” and “the is?” How might God be inviting you to step into the gap and be a redemptive presence and force in your world?

Here is our complete worship flow:

  • Mighty Fortress (Aaron Shust)
  • Salvation Is Here (Hillsongs)
  • Psalm 67
  • Your Grace Find Me (Matt Redman)
  • The Dedication of Luke David
  • CCO Partnership Update
  • Build Your Kingdom Here (Rend Collective Experiment)
  • The Lord’s Prayer
  • Announcements and Offering
  • Message (RSVP: All Things)
  • Benediction (Matt Redman)

You can learn what other communities of faith experienced this weekend in worship at The Worship Community.

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