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Episode 61: Drops of Mercy

July 12, 2020

John the Baptist was a prophet from a long tradition of prophets--rough around the edges, radical, and commanding of attention. His work to prepare others for the Messiah was foundational to when Jesus started his teachings, but he was not like anything the people expected. Rev. Emily Penfield brings a message to day on branding, wisdom, and healing.

Worship Leader/Sermon: Rev. Emily Freeman Penfield
Prayer/Scripture: Kim Furlow
Pianist: Lynn Miles


"Be Thou My Vision" (Sixth Century, translated 1912) by St. Dallán Forgaill, translated by Eleanor Hull

"God Has Spoken by the Prophets" (1952) by George Wallace Briggs

"The First Song of Isaiah" (1977) by Jack Noble White

"Lord Speak to Me That I May Speak" (1872) by Francis R. Havergal

"Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing" (1758) by Robert Robinson

"Praise to the Lord, The Almighty" (1680, translated 1863) by Joachim Neander, translated by Catherine Winkworth


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