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Let Justice Roll by Sojourn Music

Let Justice Roll from the album New Again by Sojourn Music.


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Who, Indeed? (preparing for MGPC 1/10/17)

Daylight Saving starts today…

Song: See Him Coming
Welcome:
Call to Worship
Song: Come People Of The Risen King
Prayer Of Confession
Song: Praise To The Lord, The Almighty
Affirming our Faith: The Apostles’ Creed
Song: Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow
Bible Reading: Amos 9:1-15 – Amos records his fifth vision of Israel’s destruction and exile (verses 1-10) yet also promises a day of restoration (verses 11-15).
Bible Memorisation: Mark 5:19b
Song: Sweet Hour Of Prayer
Bible Reading: Mark 4:35-41
Sermon: Who, Indeed?
Song: Let Children Hear The Mighty Deeds
(Tithes and free will offerings will be taken up during this song. Guests are not obligated to give an offering.)
Announcements:
Pastoral Prayer:
Closing Blessing
Song: Jesus, Thank You


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Footy Tipping 2017 NRL/AFL Grand Finals

Here we are for the last games of both competitions for 2017.

There have been some surprises, both in performances and lack thereof through the year, but there’s no doubt the teams playing both games are worthy of being there and worthy of lifting their respective trophies should they win.

Hard especially to pick between Adelaide and Richmond either on grounds of performance or sentiment. Both have demonstrated great resilience in adversity.

North Queensland have also shown amazing resilience, while Melbourne’s consistent level of brilliance is remarkable.

NRL (last round 1/2; season tally 132/200)
Melbourne

AFL (last round 2/2; season tally 128/206)
Adelaide


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On A Mission From Dog

A quick round trip to Melbourne Airport with my daughter for a special retrieval.

More detail later.


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The Princess Bride Songified

Here’s a musical tribute to one of my favourite movies.
Sing along to The Princess Bride, songified.
(You’ll want to watch the movie sometime soon though, good thing this is a long weekend.)


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Why?

The proverbial question presented itself in literal fashion while I was out.

There didn’t seem to be an obvious answer.


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Lord Of Eternity by Fernando Ortega

Two renditions of Fernando Ortega singing Lord Of Eternity.
An album track.

And a live version.