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Episode 116: Your Deepest Hunger

August 4, 2021

After Jesus and the disciples fed the crowds, they took off in a boat for Capernaum. Amazingly, the crowds followed. When Jesus met up with them in the village, he knew the people were still hungry for something more. In today's episode, Rev. Emily Penfield breaks down the symbolism of the bread.

Scripture: John 6:24-35

Worship Leader/Sermon: Rev. Emily Freeman Penfield
Organist: Andy Plummer
Pianist: Lynn Miles
Choir: Lisa Russell Lowe, Tommy Russell, Jr, Clara Russell, Deborah Russell, Kenny Williamson Keith, John Somerset, Jan Somerset, Jay Somerset, Terry Hall, Tina Hendrickson

 

Songs:

"Aria, Op. 51" (1945) by Flor Peeters

"God is Here" (1977) by Fred Pratt Green

"Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah" (1745) by William Williams

"I Need Thee Every Hour" (1872) by Annie S. Hawks

"Become to Us the Living Bread" (1970) by Miriam Drury

"Fugue in C Major" by George Handel

 

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