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Praise and Worship. Praise Place Church August 12, 2007 10:00 A.M. Sunday Worship The Colonies at Rock Creek. Come, Christians, Join to Sing (Traditional ).
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Acclaim and Worship Praise Place Church August 12, 2007 10:00 A.M. Sunday Worship The Colonies at Rock Creek

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Come, Christians, Join to Sing (Traditional ) Come, Christians, join to sing, Alleluia, Amen! Uproarious acclaim to Christ our King; Alleluia, Amen! Give all, with heart and voice, before His royal position a chance to celebrate! Acclaim is His benevolent decision, Alleluia, Amen! Come, lift your hearts on high: Alleluia, Amen! Give applauds a chance to fill the sky: Alleluia, Amen! He is our Guide and Friend: To us He\'ll stoop; His affection might never end: Alleluia, Amen! Commend yet our Christ once more; Alleluia! So be it! Life might not end the strain; Alleluia, Amen! Gracious paradise\'s delighted shore His integrity we\'ll worship, Singing forevermore, "Alleluia, Amen!" CCLI License #2802949 Easter in Iraq

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Old Testament Reading 2 Samuel 1:1-7 (KJV) Again, David assembled all the picked men of Israel, thirty thousand. What\'s more, David emerged, and ran with every one of the general population that were with him from Baale of Judah, to raise from thereupon the ark of God, whose name is called by the name of the LORD of hosts that dwelleth between the cherubims. What\'s more, they set the ark of God upon another truck, and brought it out of the place of Abinadab that was in Gibeah: and Uzzah and Ahio, the children of Abinadab, drave the new truck. Also, they brought it out of the place of Abinadab which was at Gibeah, going with the ark of God: and Ahio went before the ark. What\'s more, David and all the place of Israel played before the LORD on all way of instruments made of fir wood, even on harps, and on psalteries, and on timbrels, and on cornets, and on cymbals. Furthermore, when they went to Nachon\'s threshingfloor, Uzzah set forth his hand to the ark of God, and grabbed hold of it; for the bulls shook it. Furthermore, the outrage of the LORD was ignited against Uzzah; and God destroyed him there for his blunder; and there he passed on by the ark of God.

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Responsive Reading Deuteronomy 28:1-6 (KJV) Leader: And it should happen, if thou shalt notice steadily unto the voice of the LORD thy God, People: To watch and to do every one of his instructions which I charge thee this day, that the LORD thy God will set thee on high most importantly countries of the earth: Leader: And all these gift might go ahead thee, and surpass thee, People: If thou shalt notice unto the voice of the LORD thy God. Pioneer: Blessed shalt thou be in the city, People: And favored shalt thou be in the field. Pioneer: Blessed should be the product of the body, People: And the product of thy ground, Leader: And the product of thy cows, People: The expansion of thy kine, Leader: And the groups of thy sheep. Individuals: Blessed should be thy wicker bin and thy store. Pioneer: Blessed shalt thou be when thou comest in, People: Blessed shalt thou be when thou goest out.

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New Testament Reading Matthew 14:25-33 (KJV) But the ship was presently amidst the ocean, hurled with waves: for the wind was opposite. Also, when the devotees saw him strolling on the ocean, they were vexed, saying, It is a soul; and they shouted out for dread. Be that as it may, straightway Jesus spake unto them, saying, Be of happiness; it is I; be not perplexed. Furthermore, Peter addressed him and said, Lord, in the event that it be thou, offered me come unto thee on the water. Also, he said, Come. What\'s more, when Peter was descended out of the ship, he strolled on the water, to go to Jesus. In any case, when he saw the wind uproarious, he was apprehensive; and starting to sink, he cried, saying, Lord, spare me. What\'s more, quickly Jesus extended forward [his] hand, and got him, and said unto him, O thou of little confidence, wherefore didst thou question? What\'s more, when they were come into the ship, the wind stopped. At that point they that were in the ship came and loved him, saying, Of a truth thou workmanship the Son of God.

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Dealing with Doubt Caravaggio\'s " The Incredulity of St. Thomas", 1602

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As Christians in what manner would we be able to manage question? A few Scriptures discuss question in the Bible At a few times throughout our life we may numerous things: Our Salvation The Bible God\'s Promises God\'s Vision for us, for our work, and for the congregation Miracles in the Bible Purpose in life Who Jesus is Sometimes we can resemble Doubting Thomas who needed to see the injuries of Jesus to accept

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What are the headings uncertainty can take? Give up Doom and melancholy Disbelief

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When does question show up in the Old Testament? The word is utilized on three times as a part of the King James Version in the Hebrew The main genuine event of "uncertainty" in the Old Testament is in an expression interpreted "most likely" The verse in Job for "undoubtedly" is the Hebrew word "Omnam" which is deciphered "really, of a conviction", when Job was disillusioned in his companions for their feedback of him

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When does question show up in the New Testament? The best word for uncertainty in the New Testament is the Greek word "diaporeo", which signifies "to be totally at a misfortune with one\'s self, in perplexity" This canvas is called "The Incredulity of St. Thomas" so maybe the Greek word can likewise signify "skepticism"

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When does "diaporeo" show up in the New Testament? Luke 9:7 – Herod was baffled about John the Baptist Luke 24:4 – the ladies at the tomb were astounded Acts 2:12 – the Jews from numerous countries at Pentecost were bewildered Acts 5:24 – the High Priest and the Captain of the sanctuary were puzzled about how the Apostles including Peter escape from jail – a blessed messenger liberated them to lecture the Gospel Acts 10:17 – Peter was confused and "questioned" his vision that God gave him

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Two Sides of Doubt Negatives from uncertainty – can prompt loss of motion, doubt, a fate and anguish contrary mental disposition, incredulity and notwithstanding moving into a domain where you begin not putting stock in God and the Word of God, and quit listening to the Spirit of God After uncertainty – there can be light and motivation and in the wake of experiencing a time of uncertainty

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Christians in some cases experience a time of uncertainty If you experience times of uncertainty, here is the thing that you can do: - Review and study the Scriptures in ranges of uncertainty - Pray and request that God demonstrate to you His will and to address you - Remember "Questioning" Thomas – he later went ahead after his unbelief to wind up an awesome observer for Christ and in the end passed on for the confidence

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Satan will attempt to inspire us to uncertainty Satan enticed Eve in the Garden of Eden and began off by advising Eve to uncertainty what God said Other individuals in the Bible had question – Moses, Gideon, David, Solomon and the followers But subsequent to making an association with God, the uncertainty left and when God demonstrated His energy and His will

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Run from uncertainty into confidence and trust in God Have confidence in God Don\'t question your salvation in the event that you implored and asked Him into Your heart If you aren\'t certain, then ask now to get Jesus as your own Lord and Savior If you have questions about the Scriptures, we should discuss what the Scriptures says and read the Word Ask for the Holy Spirit to show you

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Trust and Obey Daniel B. Towner When we stroll with the Lord, In the light of His Word What a greatness He sheds on our way! While we benefit His will, He stays with us still, And will all who will trust and comply! Not a shadow can rise, Not a cloud in the skies, however His grin rapidly pushes It away; Not an uncertainty or a dread, not a moan or a tear, Can remain in the event that we trust and comply. Ensemble: Trust and comply, for there\'s no other route, to be upbeat in Jesus, But to trust and comply. CCLI License #2802949

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