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Prepare for Gathered Worship, Sunday, July 20, 2014

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This Sunday we continue our "Summer of Psalms" by looking at Psalm 19. Psalm 19 is a song of joyful praise to the Creator of all things! The first section of this psalm begins with David recognizing how the Creator reveals Himself through all of creation and nature. The next section reminds us how God reveals Himself through His written and spoken Word. This brings a response of praise from the psalmist. Let's rejoice in that we serve a God who is great enough to create the vast expanse of the universe, yet good enough to be near us all!

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