I’ll keep this short because I’m tired and ready to hit the hay. Of course I have to mention the Yankees getting the heave ho from the playoffs. It will be weird to watch the Yankees if Torre gets fired, because he has been there since I can remember caring about pro baseball. That said….I couldn’t be happier to see the Yanks lose, they have the worst fans in the world. They’ve made the playoffs like 50 years in a row and still aren’t satisfied.
Here is Our King: key of A
I Lift My Eyes: key of F
Message on Matthew 18
Hungry: key of C (Rose led)
Give us Clean Hands: key of G
From the Inside Out: key of E
Thank You for Loving Me: key of E
Band: me on acoustic and vox and Rose on vox
I thought musically Rose and I were right on tonight. Probably because we’ve been doing so much music lately that it just kind of fell into place. That was great for us. The overall service was just average. The response has been harder for me to deal with every week. As much as worship is just about me and God and allowing others to come into a place of being with Him, it is also important to see how people are responding to it. I feel like every week I put in all this effort and energy but people just stare at a screen with words and sing empty songs to Jesus I guess. I don’t want to be a pessimist but I also want to know that I’m creating an environment that is inviting for the Spirit and allowing others to experience God in a new and special way. So I struggle with this constantly…every time I lead worship but I guess I don’t think about it when I get compliments and see people raise their hands and sing with their eyes closed, even though I know its something that is in the heart. So as important as response is, it is also from the heart which is hard to gauge from outward signs. I do know that I was drawn into praising God for all he has provided in my life, and tonight that is reason enough to lead worshipers to Him.