11 A Small GardenI have a small garden, at last. I have lived with a window box all my life but today, here, now, I have a small garden at last. I can grow my own vegetables and fruit. I can nurture flowers that sing in the sunshine. I can give the neighbourhood a feast of gorgeous fragrances. I have a small garden at last.
12 A Small GardenA year has passed and my garden is not big enough for the flowers I want and the design I need. My neighbour's garden is bigger than mine. I have a small garden, unfortunately.
15 Loving God, we are drawn to your energy, but we want you to judge everyone else and leave us alone. But you, loving God, are compassion itself. You care for the smallest and those who feel least important. You are tender with us when we make mistakes. You are loving and embracing.
16 We ask forgiveness and you offer us a welcome We ask forgiveness and you offer us a welcome. We are filled with remorse and you wipe away our angry tears. We speak and you listen We sulk and you draw us back Amen.
20 'Walk among them, I'll go with you. Reach out to them with my hands 'Walk among them, I'll go with you. Reach out to them with my hands. Suffer with me, and together We will serve them, help them stand.’
31 — and give him some wealth. Ahab the King looked out one day and saw a vineyard, just over the way. I’d like that land, he said to himself, I’ll just tell Naboth— and give him some wealth.
32 But Naboth said, ‘Oh no, no, no, I want my vineyard I love it so’ But Naboth said, ‘Oh no, no, no, I want my vineyard I love it so’. Ahab went home and he threw a paddy, ‘I want that land! Naboth’s such a baddy!’
33 Jez, the Queen, she sorted it out Jez, the Queen, she sorted it out. Soon Naboth was dead: she used Ahab’s clout. ‘It’s yours now, honey,’ she said to the King. ‘Didn’t cost no money, didn’t pay a thing!’
34 But God was watching and he told Elijah, ‘Go sort out Ahab, though he won’t thank ya’. ‘You’re doomed now, Ahab,’ Elijah told the King. ‘Even though you plot in secret, God sees every thing.’
41 To reach out and touch Him Open our Eyes, LordWe want to see Jesus –To reach out and touch HimAnd say that we love Him.Open our ears, LordAnd help us to listenOpen our eyes, LordWe want to see Jesus!Robert Cull c 1976 Maranatha! Music CCL No
52 In works of sovereign power Come shake the earth again; Restore, O Lord,The honour of Your name,In works of sovereign powerCome shake the earth again;That men may seeAnd come with reverent fearTo the living God,Whose kingdom shall outlast the years.
53 In all the earth Your fame, And in our time revive Restore, O Lord,In all the earth Your fame,And in our time reviveThe church that bears Your name.And in Your anger,Lord, remember mercy,O living God,Whose mercy shall outlast the years.
54 Where we are hard and cold, In Your refiner’s fire Bend us, O Lord,Where we are hard and cold,In Your refiner’s fireCome purify the gold.Though suffering comesAnd evil crouches near,Still our living GodIs reigning, He is reigning here.
57 Lord You have my Heart And I will search for Yours Jesus take my life and lead me on Lord You have my heart Let me be to You a sacrifice
58 And I will praise You Lord… …I will praise You Lord And I will sing of love come down… …I will sing of love come down And as you show Your face… …show your face All: We'll see Your glory here
59 Lord You have my heart And I will search for Yours Jesus take my life and lead me on Let me be to You a sacrifice
60 And I will praise You Lord… …I will praise You Lord And I will sing of love come down……I will sing of love come downAnd as you show Your face……show your faceAll: We'll see Your glory hereMartin Smith 1992 CCL No
64 Our Father in heaven Hallowed be Your name Your kingdom come, Your will be done On earth as in heaven Give us today our daily bread Forgive us our sins As we forgive those who sin against us Lead us not into temptation But deliver us from evil For the kingdom, the power and the glory are yours now and for ever. Amen.
66 The Lord’s my Shepherd, I’ll not want. He makes me lie in pastures green.He leads me by the still, still waters,His goodness restores my soul.And I will trust in you alone.For your endless mercy follows me,Your goodness will lead me home.
67 He guides my ways in righteousness, And he anoints my head with oil, And my cup it overflows with joy,I feast on his pure delights.And I will trust in you alone.For your endless mercy follows me,Your goodness will lead me home.
68 And though I walk the darkest path, I will not fear the evil one, For you are with me, and your rod and staffAre the comfort I need to know.And I will trust in you alone.For your endless mercy follows me,Your goodness will lead me home.