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February 27, 2021
Worth the Risk?
Sunday, February 28 | 10 a.m.
Second Sunday in Lent


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Pastor Keith

Art: "Get behind me satan" by James Tissot [see note at end*] 
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Sunday, February 28, 2021 | 10 a.m. Worship
Vater unser im Himmelreich
from Sonata VI by Felix Mendelssohn   

Vater unser im Himmelrich
adapt.  by Martin Luther, harm. Hans Leo Hassler




Mark 8:31-38

Worth the Risk?

Take Up Your Cross by Robert Corp

The Lord's Prayer

Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name Thy kingdom come, thy will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen


We go nowhere by accident. Wherever we go, 
God is sending us. 
Wherever we are, 
God has put us there. 
God has a purpose in our being there. 
Christ who dwells in us has something He wants to do through us,
where we are…right now!  

Believe this and go in the grace and love and power of the
Father, Son and Holy Spirit. 



Movement II from Trivium for Organ by Arvo Part

Keith Geiselman, pastor
Marijim Thoene, music director/organist
Stephen Wynn, Catherine Moss, Carly LaForest singers
Phyllis Timbs, videography

All music with permission under One License 400833-M. All rights reserved.
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"...when his (Tissot) carefully researched collection of 350 watercolors depicting the life of Jesus was first published as a book in 1896, it found a large and enthusiastic audience. No one who had followed his previous career could have anticipated that this painter of urban life in Paris and London would undertake the project of painting virtually every event in the Gospels.

The Life of Our Lord Jesus Christ project took nearly ten years to complete. When it was done, it chronicled the entire life of Jesus as recorded in the New Testament in a series of 350 watercolors. To research the project Tissot traveled to Egypt, Syria, and Palestine in 1886–87, and again in 1890.

While in the Holy Land he closely observed the landscape, the vegetation, the architecture, and the manner of dress, and filled sketchbooks with what he saw. He talked with rabbis and studied Talmudic literature as well as theological and historical volumes. He believed that there was still a remaining “aura” in the places where the Gospel events took place, and he spoke of having mystical experiences that added to his careful research. What he wanted to create was something as close as possible to an eyewitness account of the life of Jesus."
Accessed 2/24/2021
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