Aug 19th 2007 Set List

August 18, 2007 — 4 Comments

How Deep the Fathers Love – D (Townend)

Blessed Be Your Name – A (Redman)
Bless His Name – A (Sanchez)
Everlasting God – A (Brown)
Beautiful One – A (Hughes) ALT Song for Everlasting God

Open the Eyes – E (Baloche)

There is a Redeemer – D (Green)

Holy Holy – C (Knott)

Mystery of Faith

Mystery of Faith 1 – Dm (Klampert)

Center – E (Hall)
Offering – E (Baloche)
More of You – C#m (Klamperts) ALT song

You Amaze Me – G (Michael Neale)

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4 responses to Aug 19th 2007 Set List

  1. Great processional – I love that song.

    Our set list for yesterday:

    He Has Made Me Glad – Leona von Brethorst

    Soldiers of Christ, Arise – Charles Wesley

    Spirit Song – John Wimber

    Praise & Worship:
    The Battle Belongs to the Lord – Jamie Owens-Collins
    Shout to the North – Martin Smith
    All the Earth Shall Worship – Carl Tuttle

    Here I Am, Lord – Daniel Schutte

    Take My Life and Let It Be – Frances R. Havergal

    We went with a bit of a martial flavor, mostly due to the New Testament reading for the day (Hebrews 12:1-14). It worked well; although not many people knew the Tuttle song, we sang it enough to learn it pretty well (and it’s an easy song, too, which helps).

  2. Nice set.
    he has made me glad? that i will enter into his gates….? that one?

    take my life…great Hymn…on the michael neale CD (no greater audience) he does it with an added chorus and it’s amazing. I’m going to be doing it soon

  3. Yes, that’s the song. It makes a good opening song, with its imagery of coming into God’s house.

    I’d like to find a good modern version of “Take My Life,” because the words are excellent, but the tune is banal. Is the Neale CD worth getting? And which track is “Take My life”? I didn’t see it listed on Amazon’s description.

  4. Darren…its calle I am Yours…

    and if you don’t get it you will be sorry. lol

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