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Rest Under The Shelter of God's Arms

A worship service from the Vital Worship Grants Event 2020 called "Rest Under the Shelter of God's Arms."

Prelude: “Day by Day”

Song: “El Señor es mi pastor / The Lord Is My Shepherd” 

Scripture: Psalm 23 from The Message

Song: “Don’t Be Afraid / No temas más” 

Blessing: based on Isaiah 43:1–3

Song: “His Love Is My Resting Place” 

Meditation

Musical Meditation: based on Psalm 27 “El Señor es mi luz”

Pastoral Prayer, concluding with the Lord’s Prayer

Blessing: Numbers 6:24–27

Closing Song: “Jehovah Sabaoth (God of Angel Armies)”

https://worship.calvin.edu/grants/

This service was led by:

Joyce Borger, Mark Charles, Carlos Colón, Elizabeth Conde-Frazier, Lynn Barger Elliott, Carlos Lemagne, Paul Ryan, Leopoldo Sánchez, Rebecca Snippe, Noel Snyder, The Aeolians of Oakwood University, Kathleen Turner, Lisa Weaver, and Joanna Wigboldy

Music:

“Day by Day”
Text: Carolina Sandell Berg; tr. Andrew L. Skoog, 1931, alt. Tune: Oscar Ahnfelt, 1872

“El Señor es mi pastor / The Lord Is My Shepherd”
Text: Psalm 23; Marcos Witt, b. 1962; tr. Greg Scheer, b. 1966. Tune: Marcos Witt, b. 1962; arr. Greg Scheer, b. 1966 © 1999, tr. and arr. © 2019 CanZion, admin. by CanZion Editorial.
Used by permission. CCLI #400063.

“Don’t Be Afraid / No temas más”
Text: John L. Bell, b. 1949; tr. by María Eugenia Cornou, b. 1969. Tune: John L. Bell, b. 1949 © 1995, 2008, tr. © 2019, Iona Community, GIA Publications, Inc., agent.
All rights reserved. Reprinted and recorded under OneLicense.net A-703303.

“His Love Is My Resting Place”
Text and Tune: Psalm 23; Wendell Kimbrough © 2020 Wendell Kimbrough.
Used by permission. CCLI #400063.

“El Señor es mi luz”
Text: Psalm 27 © 1970 Comisión Episcopal Española de Liturgia; tr. Mary Louise Bringle, 2011. Tune: Father Alberto Taulé; arr. Gerhard Cartford © 1982 Father Alberto Taulé, admin. OCP Publications.
All rights reserved. Reprinted and recorded under OneLicense.net A-703303.

“Jehovah Sabaoth (God of Angel Armies)”
Text and Tune: Donald Lawrence.
Used by permission.

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