Search ResultsWhen Gathered Saints in Common Praise This hymn by Burt L. Burleson is about corporate prayer. The hymn emphasizes how prayer can heal a "burdened soul," how confessing prayer can bring redemption, and how silent prayer can reveal God's presence. Converting from the Creation/Fall/Redemption Story to the Kingdom Story: McKnight’s Kingdom Conspiracy (Post 2) David Fitch's article discusses the implications of accepting Scot McKnight's argument that the Bible's main story is that King Jesus establishes God's rule (i.e., opposed to the traditional story of creation, fall, redemption, and consumption). Redemption This children's message explores the meaning of the word "redemption" and talks about what it means that Christ has redeemed us. Offertory Prayers and Invitation This is a series of five Offertory Prayers for congregational use, based on Genesis 18:1-10, Psalm 30, Luke 12:13-21, Colossians 1:1-14 and Colossians 2:6-19. Included is an Invitation to the Offering. History of Hymns: “Blessed Is He Who Comes in God’s Name” This offers background and commentary on the hymn, “Blessed Is He Who Comes in God’s Name,” the product of a collaboration by hymn writer John Thornburg (b. 1954) and church musician Jane Manton Marshall (b. 1924). Offertory Prayers and Invitation This is a series of Offertory Prayers for congregational use, based on 1 Kings 18:20-39, Psalm 8, Joel 2:28-32, John 14: 23-29, Acts 2:1-21 and Revelation 22:12-21. Included is an Invitation to the Offering. The Changing Shape of Family - Study Guide A study guide for a lesson about family. While many of us struggle with our families of origin, inclusion into the family of God brings freedom, healing, and redemption. Liturgical elements and discussion questions included. Redemption Song Two versions of the contemporary worship anthem, "Redemption Song" written by Every Nation Church in Singapore: An energetic, full-band version, and an acoustic version with tight harmonies. "Let the redeemed of the Lord say so!" Ephesians Hymn Project F. Richard Garland explains his project of writing 12 new hymns based on lectionary texts from Ephesians. Each hymn title is listed with its scripture reference and lectionary period. Download links are included. Full Text Hymns on Redemption Redemption (Sayford)PD
See more hymns... Redemption and The Godfather A reflection for preachers on the theological themes in the Godfather. It is possible to acknowledge one’s guilt without turning the soul toward redemption. What does true redemption take? Justice: Vengeance or Redemption This commentary on Psalm 82 wonders if viewing justice as “eye for an eye” vengeance misses the true justice of God, a justice that has salvation, restoration, and redemption in mind. The Paschal Triduum Michael Foley relates the history of church traditions related to the Triduum (Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday). "The Paschal Mystery of our redemption has been deeply felt through the ritual worship of the Church." Offertory Prayers and Invitation This is a series of four Offertory Prayers for Lent and Easter, based on Psalm 31:9-16, Isaiah 43:16-21, Luke 15:1-3, Luke 19:28-40 and 1 Corinthians 15:19-26. Included is an Invitation to the Offering. Life, Death and Redemption By sharing his experiences of farming, farmer Rob Bowers talks about life, death, and the perpetual opportunity for redemption. Evolution, Atonement, and the Redemption of All Creation (Part 1) Given difficulties in envisaging atonement as satisfaction of the wrath of a vengeful God, many theologians avoid using the language of atonement when speaking about the non-human world, but instead rely on the language of redemption. Offertory Prayers for Epiphany This is a series of four Offertory Prayers for congregational use, based on Isaiah 62:1-5, Matthew 2:1-12, Luke 3:15-22, 1 Corinthians 12:12-31 and Psalm 71:1-6. Included is an Invitation to the Offering.