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You are invited to worship with us: 28th May at 10:45am

SERMON: Behold the Glory of God
PREACHER: William Horsburgh SCRIPTURE: Isaiah 66:18-21
You are invited to join us to worship God, 10:45am BST, a no frills time of worship, Hymns [mainly traditional] Scripture and the preaching of God’s word .

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William Horsburgh

Ryedale Evangelical Church
Middleton Chapel
North Yorkshire YO188AP

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WHO can cheer the heart like Jesus,

by His presence all divine?

True and tender, pure and precious,

O how blest to call Him mine!

All that thrills my soul is Jesus;

He is more than life to me;

and the fairest of ten thousand

in my blessèd Lord I see.

2 Love of Christ so freely given,

grace of God beyond degree,

mercy higher than the heaven,

deeper than the deepest sea!

3 What a wonderful redemption!

Never can a mortal know

how my sin, though red like crimson,

can be whiter than the snow.

4 Every need His hand supplying,

every good in Him I see;

on His strength divine relying,

He is all in all to me.

5 By the crystal-flowing river

with the ransomed I will sing,

and for ever and for ever

praise and glorify the King.

Ohoro Harris, 1873-1955 © 1931 Renewed 1959 Nazarene Publishing/CopyCare


JESUS is the name we honour;

Jesus is the name we praise.

Majestic name above all other names,

the highest heaven and earth proclaim

that Jesus is our God.

We will glorify,

we will lift Him high,

we will give Him honour and praise.

We will glorify…

2 Jesus is the name we worship;

Jesus is the name we trust.

He is the King above all other kings,

let all creation stand and sing

that Jesus is our God.

We will glorify…

3 Jesus is the Father’s splendour;

Jesus is the Father’s joy.

He will return to reign in majesty,

and every eye at last will see

that Jesus is our God.

We will glorjfy…

Phil Lawson Johnston, b. 1950 © 1991 Thankyou Music


WHEN I survey the wondrous cross,

on which the Prince of glory died,

my richest gain I count but loss,

and pour contempt on all my pride.

2 Forbid it, Lord, that I should boast

save in the death of Christ my God:

all the vain things that charm me most,

I sacrifice them to His blood.

3 See, from His head, His hands, His feet,

sorrow and love flow mingled down;

did e’er such love and sorrow meet,

or thorns compose so rich a crown?

4 His dying crimson, like a robe,

spreads o’er His body on the tree:

then am I dead to all the globe,

and all the globe is dead to me.

5 Were the whole realm of nature mine,

that were an offering far too small;

love so amazing, so divine,

demands my soul, my life, my all.

Isaac Watts, 1674-1748


‘FOR My sake and the gospel’s, go

and tell redemption’s story’;

His heralds answer, ‘Be it so,

and Yours, Lord, all the glory!’

They preach His birth, His life, His cross,

the love of His atonement,

for whom they count the world but loss,

His Easter, His enthronement.

2 Hark, hark, the trump of jubilee

proclaims to every nation,

from pole to pole, by land and sea,

glad tidings of salvation.

As nearer draws the day of doom,

while still the battle rages,

the heavenly Day-spring through the gloom

breaks on the night of ages.

3 Still on and on the anthems spread

of hallelujah voices,

in concert with the holy dead

the warrior church rejoices;

their snow-white robes are washed in blood,

their golden harps are ringing;

earth and the paradise of God

one triumph-song are singing.

4 He comes, whose advent-trumpet drowns

the last of time’s evangels,

Immanuel crowned with many crowns,

the Lord of saints and angels:

O Life, Light, Love, the great I AM,

triune, who changes never,

the throne of God and of the Lamb

is Yours, and Yours for ever!

Edward Henry Bickersteth, 1825-1906

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