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You are invited to worship God with us this Sunday morning:-
These are the details for Sunday’s service – 21st Feb. at 10:45am

SERMON: The Cross Before You

Scripture – Galatians 5:7-12
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’ –

or

https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/christian-hymns-uk/id1000658062HYMNS:

60

COME, let us with our Lord arise,

our Lord, who made both earth and skies;

who died to save the world He made,

and rose triumphant from the dead;

He rose, the Prince of life and peace,

and stamped the day for ever His.

2 This is the day the Lord has made,

that all may see His love displayed,

may feel His resurrection’s power,

and rise again to fall no more,

in perfect righteousness renewed,

and filled with all the life of God.

3 Then let us render Him His own,

with solemn prayer approach the throne,

with meekness hear the gospel word,

with thanks His dying love record;

our joyful hearts and voices raise,

and fill His courts with songs of praise.

4 Honour and praise to Jesus pay

throughout His consecrated day;

be all in Jesu’s praise employed,

nor leave a single moment void;

with utmost care the time improve,

and only breathe His praise and love.

Charles Wesley, 1707-88

788

WHO would true valour see,

let him come hither;

one here will constant be,

come wind, come weather;

there’s no discouragement

shall make him once relent

his first avowed intent

to be a pilgrim.

2 Whoso beset him round

with dismal stories,

do but themselves confound;

his strength the more is.

No lion can him fright;

he’ll with a giant fight,

but he will have a right

to be a pilgrim.

3 Hobgoblin nor foul fiend

can daunt his spirit;

he knows he at the end

shall life inherit.

Then fancies fly away,

he’ll fear not what men say;

he’ll labour night and day

to be a pilgrim.

John Bunyan, 1628-88

222

HOW sweetly flowed the gospel’s sound

from lips of gentleness and grace;

when listening thousands gathered round

and joy and reverence filled the place.

2 From heaven He came, of heaven He spoke,

to heaven He led His followers’ way;

dark clouds of gloomy night He broke,

unveiling an immortal day.

3 ‘Come, wanderers, to my Father’s home;

come, all you weary ones, and rest.’

Yes! gracious Saviour, we will come,

obey You, love You, and be blest.

John Bowring, 1792-1872

732

JESUS, keep me near the cross:

there a precious fountain,

free to all, a healing stream,

flows from Calvary’s mountain.

In the cross, in the cross,

be my glory ever,

till my raptured soul shall find

rest beyond the river.

2 Near the cross, a trembling soul,

love and mercy found me;

there the bright and morning Star

shed its beams around me.

3 Near the cross! O Lamb of God,

bring its scenes before me;

help me walk from day to day

with its shadow o’er me.

4 Near the cross I’ll watch and wait,

hoping, trusting ever,

till I reach the golden strand,

just beyond the river.

Frances Jane Van Alstyne,1820-1915