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Carry Joy by Raymond A. Foss
In the wellsprings of our hearts
carry joy ever
the treasure of our faith

The promise of Jesus
in the babe who came down
in the man we ascended
after wearing the thorny crown

We can have faith
in the joy of his second coming
happening soon
in the fulfillment of God’s promise

We need to be ready
carrying our joy
sharing the good news
to the whole world

December 11, 2010
Isaiah 35:1-10
James 5:7-8
Call to Worship
church sign: “Uncontainable Joy”
Lectionary Worship Aids Cycle A
Worship Theme: “Joy”
and sermon, “Uncontrollable”
by Pastor Ruth L. Foss
Suncook United Methodist Church
Suncook, NH
December 12, 2010
Third Sunday of Advent

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