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  1. Sermon notes: bible.com1Tlj

  2. Grace Alone I was an orphan, lost at the fall. Running away when I’d hear You call; But Father, You worked Your will.

  3. I had no righteousness of my own. I had no right to draw near Your throne. But Father, You loved me still.

  4. And in love before You laid the world’s foundation. You predestined to adopt me as Your own. You have raised me up so high above my station. I’m a child of God by grace and grace alone.

  5. You left Your home to seek out the lost; You knew the great and terrible cost. But Jesus, Your face was set.

  6. I worked my fingers down to the bone; But nothing I did could ever atone, But Jesus You paid my debt.

  7. By Your blood I have redemption and salvation. Lord, You died that I might reap what You have sown, And you rose that I might be a new creation. I am born again by grace and grace alone.

  8. I was in darkness all of my life. I never knew the day from the night. But Spirit, You made me see.

  9. I swore I knew the way on my own; Head full of rocks, a heart made of stone; But Spirit, You moved in me.

  10. And at Your touch my sleeping spirit was awakened; On my darkened heart the light of Christ has shone. Called into a kingdom that cannot be shaken; Heaven’s citizen by grace and grace alone.

  11. So I’ll stand in faith by grace and grace alone. I will run the race by grace and grace alone. I will slay my sin by grace and grace alone. I will reach the end by grace and grace alone! “Grace Alone” Words: Dustin Kensrue (2011) Arr: King’s Kaleidoscope / Dan Emerson CCLI: 11148322

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  13. FREE 2HR PARKING (WITH PERMIT) Mixed Blood Free Parking in Community Center lot FREE PARKING PARKING YOU ARE HERE Cedar Cultural Center Riverside Plaza

  14. Solberg/Newman – Monday Nights

  15. Cox-Burnett/Williams – Tuesday Nights

  16. Gruber/Daugherty – Wednesday Nights

  17. Marx/Little – Wednesday Nights

  18. Bann/Thompson – Wednesday Nights

  19. Watkins/Gray – Thursday Nights

  20. Missional Communities paul@revolutionmpls.com

  21. Not meeting this week at Matthews Park due to 4th of July Fireworks @ Gold Medal Park!!!

  22. Would you like to be baptized? (Talk to an Elder) Revolution Church Baptisms: Sunday July 6th at 10 am @ Lake Nokomis. Death, Burial, Resurrection

  23. We believe that one of the most effective ways our children can learn to be Worshipers of Jesus is by participation with us before and after the Message.

  24. Free Resources at Information Table: Bibles, Books, and Misc.

  25. Come Ye Sinners Come ye sinners, poor and wretched; Weak and wounded, sick and sore. Jesus, ready, stands to save you, Full of pity, love and power.

  26. Come ye needy, come and welcome; God’s free bounty glorify: True belief and true repentance, and every grace that brings you nigh.

  27. I will rise and go to Jesus. He will embrace me in His arms. In the arms of my dear Savior, O, there are ten thousand charms.

  28. Come ye weary, heavy laden, bruised and broken by the fall. If you tarry ‘til you’re better, you will never come at all.

  29. I will rise and go to Jesus. He will embrace me in His arms. In the arms of my dear Savior, O, there are ten thousand charms.

  30. View Him prostrate in the garden; On the ground your Maker lies. On the bloody tree behold Him; Sinner, will this not suffice?

  31. On the bloody tree behold Him; Sinner, will this not suffice?

  32. I will rise and go to Jesus. He will embrace me in His arms. In the arms of my dear Savior, O, there are ten thousand charms. “Come Ye Sinners” Words: Joseph Hart (1759) Arrangement: Revolution Church CCLI: 11148322

  33. Approach, My Soul, The Mercy Seat Approach my soul, the mercy seat, Where Holy One and helpless meet. There fall before my Judge’s feet; Thy promise is my only plea, O God.

  34. Send wings to lift the clutch of sin, You who dwell between the cherubim. From war without and fear within; Relieve the grief from the shoulders Of crumbling men.

  35. Oh, God Pour out your mercy to me. My God, Oh what striking love to bleed.

  36. Fashion my heart in your alchemy, With the brass to front the devil’s perjury. And, surefire, grace my Jesus speaks! I must. I will. I do believe, Oh God.

  37. Oh, God Pour out your mercy to me. My God, Oh what striking love to bleed. (2x)

  38. Approach my soul, the mercy seat, Where Holy One and helpless meet. There fall before my Judge’s feet; Thy promise is my only plea, O God. “Approach My Soul” (1779) Words: John Newton Music – Jamie Barnes CCLI: 11148322

  39. Missional Movement Mission of God Sermon notes: bible.com1Tlj

  40. Missional Movement Missional- adopting the posture of a missionary, learning, and adapting to the culture around us while remaining Biblically sound. Mission of God

  41. Missional Movement On Mission- being intentional and deliberate about reaching others with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Mission of God

  42. Missional Movement Upward, Inward, Outward: Mission of God • God’s mission; not ours. • Mission is the retelling/Gospel proclamation • 3) Mission is done as we love God/Neighbor • 4) Mission is an outward movement. • 5) Mission is not optional.

  43. On Mission: The Rhythm that leads to Soul Winners- Part 4 Sermon notes:bible.com1Tlj

  44. As the MissiologistLesslieNewbigin has said: “The question which has to be put to every local congregation [church] is the question whether it is a credible sign of God’s reign in justice and mercy over the whole of life, whether it is an open fellowship whose concerns are as wide as the concerns of humanity, whether it cares for its neighbors in a way which reflect and springs out of God’s care for them, whether its common life is recognizable as a foretaste of the blessing which God intends for the whole human family.”

  45. Missional Movement Mission of God What Are We To Do?