Grace Worship: Holy Spirit/Set a Fire

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Every year, the Church celebrates Pentecost Sunday. It is the last of five annual liturgical milestones of the Christian faith – Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost. At Pentecost, we revel in the fulfilled promise of Jesus, in John 16:7, to give his people a “Helper,” who is the Holy Spirit. We remember Acts 2, […]

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Grace Worship: Revive Us Again

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Revive Us Again is an old hymn that harkens back to the days of crackling speakers resounding through the outdoor sanctuary that was known as the “tent revival.” While the song gained popularity across the Church in the mid-20th century, its roots date back over a hundred years prior, to the pen of Dr. William […]

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Grace Worship: Great Are You Lord

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From Grace Winter Garden Worship Director Ricky Ortiz: “Great Are You Lord” is a song that is being sung at many of our Grace campuses across the city. This anthem of praise celebrates who God is and what he has done for us through Jesus Christ. This song serves as a good reminder to refocus […]

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Grace Worship: Resurrecting

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 Notes from Grace Winter Garden worship Director Ricky Ortiz: “Resurrecting” is a powerful song that celebrates the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. When we sing this song together we get to celebrate the victory of king Jesus over satan, sin and death. One of my favorite lines is “The resurrected king is resurrecting […]

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What Is Advent?

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Liturgy. Ritual. These words have deep meaning, feel heavy, and often seem distant. They seem descriptive of activities that are occasional, formal and apart from everyday life. Yet we are a people of daily liturgy and ritual — of repetitive actions and behaviors. From the first groggy cup of coffee each morning to the droning […]

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