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SERVICE SUMMARY: In a season shaped by catastrophic events like wildfires, hurricanes, and COVID-19, the trials of life can seem overwhelming. Is God big enough and strong enough to overcome anything? Join us this Sunday as we get a proper perspective of God from our sermon series on the Prophet Habakkuk. Click HERE to RSVP to service.




Habakuk 3:1–6, 12–16

 A prayer of Habakkuk the prophet, according to Shigionoth.


2 O Lord, I have heard the report of you,

    and your work, O Lord, do I fear.

In the midst of the years revive it;

    in the midst of the years make it known;

    in wrath remember mercy.

3 God came from Teman,

    and the Holy One from Mount Paran. Selah

His splendor covered the heavens,

    and the earth was full of his praise.

4 His brightness was like the light;

    rays flashed from his hand;

    and there he veiled his power.

5 Before him went pestilence,

    and plague followed at his heels.

6 He stood and measured the earth;

    he looked and shook the nations;

then the eternal mountains were scattered;

    the everlasting hills sank low.

    His were the everlasting ways.


12 You marched through the earth in fury;

    you threshed the nations in anger.

13 You went out for the salvation of your people,

    for the salvation of your anointed.

You crushed the head of the house of the wicked,

    laying him bare from thigh to neck. Selah

14 You pierced with his own arrows the heads of his warriors,

    who came like a whirlwind to scatter me,

    rejoicing as if to devour the poor in secret.

15 You trampled the sea with your horses,

    the surging of mighty waters.




1. From depths of woe I raise to Thee
The voice of lamentation
Lord turn a gracious ear to me
And hear my supplication
If Thou iniquities dost mark
Our secret sins and misdeeds dark
O who shall stand before Thee

2. To wash away the crimson stain
Grace grace alone availeth
Our works alas are all in vain
In much the best life faileth
No man can glory in Thy sight
All must alike confess Thy might
And live alone by mercy

3. Therefore my trust is in the Lord
And not in mine own merit
On Him my soul shall rest
His word upholds my fainting spirit
His promised mercy is my fort
My comfort and my sweet support
I wait for it with patience

4. What though I wait the live-long night
And till the dawn appeareth
My heart still trusteth in His might
It doubteth not nor feareth
Do thus O ye of Israel’s seed
Ye of the Spirit born indeed
And wait till God appeareth

5. Though great our sins and sore our woes
His grace much more aboundeth
His helping love no limit knows
Our utmost need it soundeth
Our shepherd good and true is He
Who will at last our Israel free
From all their sin and sorrow




1. When we see the risen Savior with the bread that he has blessed,
He becomes the living Servant, heav’nly food for holy rest.
Stay with us, for day is fading, feast with us, O secret King,
Show to us how Scripture’s story speaks of you in everything.

Do not our hearts burn now?
For you’re here in power.

2. Jesus, show yourself the Author and Perfecter of our faith,
In your living and your dying, consummation of God’s grace.
From creation to the exile, incarnation to the grave,
Resurrection to ascension; come, O Jesus, come to save.

Open our eyes, shine on our sight,
O risen Lord, reigning on high;
Give us your life, bread from the skies;
Lift up our hearts, open our eyes.

3. You’re the Word that spoke creation, you’re the end of Moses’ Law,
You’re the goal of Abram’s blessing, you’re the King whom David saw;
You’re the Day the prophets longed for, you’re the covenant of grace,
You’re the hero of the Scriptures, now we see you face to face.

4. Jesus, show yourself the Prophet, Jesus, show yourself the King,
Jesus, show yourself the Priest, all in all, and everything.