Resources on God

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Topical Study on God The proper object of Christian faith and worship, the triune God is king of the universe. God’s Gift to This World Element of Worship by Reiner Kanzleiter https://togetherinworship.net/ResourceView/82/20813 Element of Worship by Reiner Kanzleiter Topics: God's Love , Gift , Heart , Cross Source: Together in Worship This benediction by Reiner Kanzleiter reminds us that we, like Jesus who went to the cross for us, are God's gift to and for this world. We are sent with God's care and love. God's Beloved Element of Worship by Mennonite Church USA https://togetherinworship.net/ResourceView/82/20889 Element of Worship by Mennonite Church USA Topics: Grace , Peace , Belonging , Calling Source: Together in Worship This benediction reminds hearers of their identity, that they are beloved by God and belong to God. Grace and peace are theirs! The Descent of God as Fire Sermon (Complete) by Andrew Stephen Damick https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/asd/2017/06/07/descent-god-fire-pentecost-exodus/ Sermon (Complete) by Andrew Stephen Damick Topics: Pentecost , Covenant , The Venerable Bede Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this homily from the Orthodox tradition, Andrew Stephen Damick follows the Venerable Bede in linking Pentecost to the Exodus. Ah, Holy God, you find us Poetry by Rachel G Hackenberg https://rachelhackenberg.com/sunday-prayer-31/ Poetry by Rachel G Hackenberg Topics: Faith , Repentance , Faithfulness , Discernment Source: Rachel G. Hackenberg This poetic prayer by Rachel G. Hackenberg meditates on God's continual presence with us, transforming us through trials and fashioning us into what God desires us to be. God's Precious Child Element of Worship by Mennonite Church USA https://togetherinworship.net/ResourceView/82/20984 Element of Worship by Mennonite Church USA Topics: Suffering , God's Will , Resurrection , Adoption Source: Together in Worship This responsive sending affirms that those who have turned to the resurrected Christ are now children of God. In turn, God's adoptive children are sent out into the world, to extend God's love to others. Faith and Dependence on God Commentary/Exegesis by Jerome Creach https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/first-sunday-of-advent-3/commentary-on-psalm-251-10-4 Commentary/Exegesis by Jerome Creach Topics: Faith , God's Faithfulness , Commentary , Psalms Source: Working Preacher Psalm 25 is a model prayer, based on the cries of individuals to God in earlier psalms. It indicates how important it is regularly to recite words that call us to faith and dependence on God. God’s Signs: Building on the Foundation Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2015/07/31/gods-signs-building-on-the-foundation-walking-the-sea/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M Humphrey Topics: Peter , Jesus , Faith Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this commentary on Psalm 107:23-31, Isaiah 8:13-18, Matthew 14:22-34, and 1 Corinthians 3:9-17 from the Orthodox tradition, Edith Humphrey focuses on the person of Jesus Christ as the foundation to our worship and our faith. God With Us Element of Worship https://togetherinworship.net/ResourceView/82/20887 Element of Worship Topics: Advent , Christmas , Epiphany , Incarnation Source: Together in Worship This worship resource offers a call to worship asking God to show us God's face and pointing us towards Emmanuel, God with us, through whom we have received grace. God in STL Poetry by Rachel G Hackenberg https://rachelhackenberg.com/god-in-stl/ Poetry by Rachel G Hackenberg Topics: God , Politics , Prayer , Kindness Source: Rachel G. Hackenberg This prayer can be used as a prayer of lament for social justice, racial harmony, and the shalom only God can establish in the hearts of humanity. Lent 13: For God’s Sake Element of Worship by Rachel G Hackenberg https://rachelhackenberg.com/lent-13-for-gods-sake/ Element of Worship by Rachel G Hackenberg Topics: Lent , Confession , Life , World Source: Rachel G. Hackenberg A confessional prayer for lent by Rachel G. Hackenberg focused on living for God's sake and not our own. God’s Sovereignty and Nature’s Freedom Article by Kathryn Applegate https://biologos.org/blogs/kathryn-applegate-endless-forms-most-beautiful/gods-sovereignty-and-natures-freedom Article by Kathryn Applegate Topics: God's Sovereignty , Freedom , Evolution , Creationism Source: Biologos Just as Christians struggle with the tension between human freedom and God's sovereignty, so too we struggle with nature's freedom in evolution and God's sovereignty in creation. Can they be brought into alignment? God is our Help Element of Worship by Krista Allen https://togetherinworship.net/ResourceView/82/21011 Element of Worship by Krista Allen Topics: God's Will , Calling , Word of God , Teaching Source: Together in Worship Krista Allen offers a call to worship that focuses on God as our helper and sustainer who gives us the things we need to speak, listen, and live God's words. Full Text Hymns on God Spirit of the Living God©
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God in Three Persons Drama by Rachael Boles https://www.reformedworship.org/article/march-1998/god-three-persons-service-hymns-and-readings-trinity-sunday Drama by Rachael Boles Topics: Ecumenism , Trinity Sunday , Liturgy , Worship Planning Source: Reformed Worship The Church of the Holy Trinity, an Anglican parish, and the Guildwood Community Presbyterian Church across the road together celebrated the Trinity Sunday with this ecumenical hymn festival. God on the Street Corner Element of Worship by Rachel G Hackenberg https://rachelhackenberg.com/god-on-the-street-corner/ Element of Worship by Rachel G Hackenberg Topics: Prayer , God's oneness , Image of God Source: Rachel G. Hackenberg A prayer by Rachel G. Hackenberg focused on seeing God when you see someone on the street. God's Care for the Poor Children's Sermon by Carolyn C Brown http://worshipingwithchildren.blogspot.com/2013/08/year-c-proper-20-25th-sunday-in.html Children's Sermon by Carolyn C Brown Topics: Wealth and poverty , Faithfulness Source: Worshiping With Children This blog post by Carolin Brown shares ways to communicate some themes to children including economic injustice in Amos 8:4-7, a Psalm 113 reading with motions, and Mammon in Luke 16:1-13. God Pleased/Displeased Sermon (Complete) by Charles Fulton http://day1.org/800-god_pleaseddispleased Sermon (Complete) by Charles Fulton Topics: Relationship , Discipleship , Faithfulness , Holiness Source: Day1 This sermon unfolds Christianity as a relationship with Christ rather than a system of beliefs, or a commitment to a body of teaching, and then discusses how we make Christ Lord by pleasing or displeasing him. God's Action and Ours Sermon Starter/Outline by Shauna Hannan https://www.christiancentury.org/blogs/archive/2013-09/gods-action-and-ours Sermon Starter/Outline by Shauna Hannan Topics: Discipleship , God's Will , Gospel , Free Will Source: The Christian Century Reflecting on Deuteronomy 30:11-20, Shauna Hannan notes the language that is oriented on our action. Yet, our preparatory work for discipleship is not a first step but a follow-up step to God’s work in our lives. Sustaining God Element of Worship by Lois Siemens https://togetherinworship.net/ResourceView/82/20834 Element of Worship by Lois Siemens Topics: Promises of God, The , Providence , Creation , Body of Christ Source: Together in Worship Lois Siemens offers a gathering prayer reflects on the promise of God that "weaves" and sustains all of creation. Nothing will be impossible with God Element of Worship by Rachel G Hackenberg https://rachelhackenberg.com/luke-137/ Element of Worship by Rachel G Hackenberg Topics: Advent , Healing , Hatred , Power Source: Rachel G. Hackenberg Rachel Hackenberg's poetic prayer is a psalm of praise elaborating the affirmation of the angel in Luke 1:37, "Nothing will be impossible with God." Why Do We Do Ministry Without God? Sermon (Complete) by Andrew Stephen Damick https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/asd/2017/12/12/ministry-without-god/ Sermon (Complete) by Andrew Stephen Damick Topics: Ministry , Prayer , Priesthood Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this homily on Luke 13:10-17 and Ephesians 6:10-17 from the Orthodox tradition, Andrew Stephen Damick reminds us that it is God’s mission and ministry...and we get to be part of it,