Friday, 24 May 2019
‘Marvelous Works’ by Helen Steiner Rice
I come to meet You, God, and as I linger here
I seem to feel You very near.
A rustling leaf a rolling slope
Speak to my heart of endless hope.
The sun just rising in the sky,
The waking birdlings as they fly,
The grass all wet with morning dew
Are telling me I just met You.
Have you ever stopped to smell a flower and marvel at its beauty? Have you ever stopped to watch a butterfly or a dragonfly? Have you ever looked up into the sky and admire the formation of clouds? Have you ever spotted an eagle soaring high?
‘Beautiful Saviour’ by Planetshakers
Jesus/Beautiful Saviour/God of all majesty/Risen King
Lamb of God/Holy and righteous/Blessed Redeemer/Bright Morning Star
All the heavens shout Your praise/All creation bows to worship You
How wonderful/How beautiful/Name above every name/Exalted high
How wonderful/How beautiful/Jesus Your name/Name above every name
Jesus I will sing forever/Jesus I love You/Jesus I love You
‘Worthy Of It All’ by David Brymer
All the saints and angels bow before Your throne
All the elders cast their crowns before the Lamb of God and sing
You are worthy of it all, You are worthy of it all
For from You are all things,
And to You are all things,
You deserve the glory.
Day and night, night and day, let incense arise…
Why do we send flowers with messages like ‘Get Well Soon’, ‘Happy Birthday’, ‘Congratulations’… and condolences? Flowers carry a beautiful message – they remind us of God’s marvelous creation, His love and compassion, His presence and power to comfort, heal, restore…
Know therefore that the LORD your God is God; He is the faithful God, keeping His covenant of love to a thousand generations of those who love Him and keep His commands.
Thank You God for this beautiful day!
Open the eyes of my heart, Lord/Open the eyes of my heart/I want to see You/I want to see You…
To see You high and lifted up/Shining in the light of Your glory/Pour out Your power and love/As we sing holy, holy, holy…
Father God, we want to see You…
Lam Yee Ling