Getting Ready for Sunday, January 18th

dont-travel-aloneJanuary 18th   Sermon “He Makes Us Content”

Someone once said, “If we suddenly lost everything and everyone in our lives and got them all back the next day, just think how happy we would be.”  Learning to be content is one of the most difficult lessons in life. Today, we will discover from Psalm 23 how the Lord can bring contentment in our lives.

 

Set List for January 18, 2009

Song                Author            Recording

 

It Is Well With My Soul

 

 

Horatio G. Spafford
Philip Paul Bliss

 

Traditional Hymn

 

 

 

Everything To Me

 

 

Doug & Cindy Mickan

 

NA

 

 

Song of Praise

 

 

Doug & Cindy Mickan

 

“Prelude”

Doug & Cindy Mickan

 

Enough

 

 

Chris Tomlin

Louie Giglio

 

“Not to Us”

Chris Tomlin

 

I’ll Give My All

 

 

Doug & Cindy Mickan

 

“Prelude”

Doug & Cindy Mickan

 

All We Need

 

 

Charlie Hall

 

“Flying Into Daybreak”

Charlie Hall

     

     All I can say is Wow!  Friend Day was truly amazing as we saw many friends (most of whom do not attend church) at our time of worship on Sunday.  Our attendance was over 300, and what a great time of worship it was.  Now, if we would just make a note in our mind that every Sunday is Friend Day at Oasis, and worked as hard to invite as we did for this special event, I think we would continue to see amazing things in the lives of those we come in contact with.  (Not to mention our own)

    We are continuing our series on “Don’t Travel Alone” this week.  This series takes us on a journey through Psalm 23.  This week Bro. Todd will be talking about contentment.  This is definitely something we as Americans struggle with don’t you think?  Most of us probably have more than we ever have before, but do you find yourself still wanting more?  This week our music deals with contentment as we proclaim that our God is everything we need.  We know that He will provide for us, and we put our trust in Him.  Check out the songs in the chart above to listen to the music and learn it before you even arrive on Sunday. 

    Thanks for checking out our blog.  I look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday

 

 Bro. Doug

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