Lord You Are Always Here With Me

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Here With You - Hillsong Worship

…without You Always with You through Your Spirit in me, everything's changed And I will never be without You Without You Bridge You see me in the fire Reaching out with open hands You find me on my knees Fill me with Your peace again Forever I am loved And freedom reigns in me Forever You are Lord,

Writer(s):  Jamie Snell, Johannes Shore, Joshua Grimmett

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Always Will Be - Aaron Shust

You are there Pre-Chorus All the way You fill my cup In the fire You held me up Chorus Jesus You were, You are You always will be there Jesus You were, You are You always will be there Why would I run? I know You’re here When You are with me There’s nothing to fear Jesus You were, You are You always

Writer(s):  Aaron Shust, Benji Cowart, Bj Putnam

Sometimes Surrendering To God, Means Staying Planted Where You Are

…and you went, ‘God I'll do anything. I'll lay anything down. I'm your guy. I've got this. Here I am. Send me.” And then he goes, “Go home and keep doing what you were doing.” You say, “No, no, no. I said, “Here I am send me. Let me be in Chris’ band. I’ll go to Australia with that girl. Send me God…

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Closer Than You Know - UNITED

me, You are always with me I can see You where eyes can't stare, brighter now than the sun could ever dare Breathing all around me, God I know You're with me here Response Lord I hear You, I know You're there Closer now than my skin and bones could dare Breathing deep within me, You are always with

Writer(s):  Matt Crocker, Joel Houston, Michael Guy Chislett

When You're Out of the Picture

…to equipping and we’ve clarified roles with the right people, but it’s still up to me to clarify expectations. Here’s an example of unclarified expectations: “Hi Tim. I’m going to be away on Sunday six weeks from now and you are scheduled to lead. Can you plan the service? Mark is preaching on…

How to Handle the Unexpected

…and begin casting the demons out of the room. Why do technical issues always arise right before or during the actual service? You can rehearse for 2 hours with no problem and as soon as you go live, something bugs out! Here are a few tips on how to handle the unexpected problem: * Own the problem…

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