Weekly Streaming Worship:

Join us for:ONLINE SUNDAY WORSHIP 29th Nov. 20 at 10:45am.

You are invited to worship God with us this Sunday morning:-

These are the details for Sunday’s service – 29th Nov. at 10:45am

SERMON: Changeless Promises ‘Scripture – Galatians 3:15-18.

You are invited to join us to worship God, 10:45am BST, a no frills time of worship, Hymns [traditional, so no copyright infringements] Scripture and the preaching of God’s word .

Words for the Hymns can be found BELOW and Here: [also see apps below]

http://www.mediafire.com/folder/ueqjmdhitu5co/HYMNS

The ‘live stream’ will be found here: https://www.youtube.com/user/whorsburgh/

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William Horsburgh

Ryedale Evangelical Church

Middleton Chapel

Pickering

North Yorkshire

Our Hymn book is available as an ‘app’ –

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details…

or

https://apps.apple.com/…/christian-hymns-uk/id1000658062

HYMNS:

73WHEN morning gilds the skies

my heart awaking cries,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

Alike at work and prayer

to Jesus I repair:

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

2 To You, my God above,

I cry with glowing love,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

The fairest graces spring

in hearts that ever sing,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

3 Does sadness fill my mind?

A solace here I find,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

Or fades my earthly bliss?

My comfort still is this,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

4 When evil thoughts molest

with this I shield my breast,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

The powers of darkness fear

when this glad song they hear,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

5 Be this, while life is mine,

my canticle divine,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

Be this the eternal song

through all the ages long,

‘May Jesus Christ be praised!’

German, 19th cent.;tr. by Edward Caswall, 1814-78

422 WHAT a friend we have in Jesus,all our sins and griefs to bear!

What a privilege to carry

everything to God in prayer!

O what peace we often forfeit,

O what needless pain we bear,

all because we do not carry

everything to God in prayer!

2 Have we trials and temptations?

Is there trouble anywhere?

We should never be discouraged:

take it to the Lord in prayer.

Can we find a friend so faithful,

who will all our sorrows share?

Jesus knows our every weakness:

take it to the Lord in prayer.

3 Are we weak and heavy-laden,

burdened with a load of care?

Precious Saviour, still our refuge:

take it to the Lord in prayer.

Do your friends despise, forsake you?

Take it to the Lord in prayer;

in His arms He’ll take and shield you,

you will find a solace there.

Joseph Medlicott Scriven, 1819-86

350 BLESSÈD Jesus, at Your word

we are gathered all to hear You;

let our minds and wills be stirred

now to seek and love and fear You;

by Your teachings true and holy,

drawn from earth to love You solely

2 All our knowledge, sense and sight,

lie in deepest darkness shrouded,

till Your Spirit breaks our night

with the beams of truth unclouded;

You alone to God can win us;

You must work all good within us.

3 Glorious Lord, Yourself impart,

Light of Light, from God proceeding,

open now our mind and heart,

help us by Your Spirit’s pleading.

Hear the cry Your church now raises;

Lord, accept our prayers and praises.

Tobias Clausnitzer, 1619-84;tr. by Catherine Winkworth, 1827-78

623 MY faith has found a resting place,

from guilt my soul is freed;

I trust the ever-living One,

His wounds for me shall plead.

I need no other argument,

I need no other plea;

it is enough that Jesus died,

and that He died for me.

2 Enough for me that Jesus saves,

this ends my fear and doubt;

a sinful soul I come to Him,

He’ll never cast me out.

3 My heart is leaning on the Word,

the written Word of God;

salvation by my Saviour’s Name,

salvation through His blood.

4 My great physician heals the sick,

the lost He came to save;

for me His precious blood He shed,

for me His life He gave.

Eliza Edmunds Hewitt*, 1851-1920