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An Instrument of God by Raymond A. Foss
How to be like the saints
their fire in our midst
to empty ourselves out humbly
to be a vessel to be filled

To think of ourselves as gloves
filled by the fingers of God
serving as the Spirit leads
doing the work of Christ

Being an instrument of God
to change the whole world
making disciples as we are called
going to the ends of the earth

November 7, 2010
Luke 6:20-31
Psalm 149:1-6a
1 Samuel 2:1b-2 (God’s Word Translation) (Words of Praise)
Worship Theme: What does a Saint look like?
and sermon, “Living Like A Saint. . . Oh Yah!”
by Pastor Ruth L. Foss
Suncook United Methodist Church
Suncook, NH
October 31, 2010
All Saints Sunday
(officially November 7, 2010)

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