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I've recently made two new playlists of songs on my phone.
One is called "Gym" - yes we're still going!
I need something to get me through 5 minutes of rowing, that's for sure. So at the moment, its a mixture of Adele, Glee and Hillsong Cornerstone!
My other playlist is (of course) "Christmas".
I keep hearing Christmassy songs playing on the radio, but haven't yet succumbed to playing Christmas songs at home...but now I'm ready!
 
I recently went to a ladies day at the Beacon Church Camberley, led my my good friend Bev Landreth-Smith. The teaching was excellent,and all about personal evangelism. I also really enjoyed the experience of us worshipping God together - and I've found my new favourite-song-of-the-moment!
Great for singing aloud whilst walking in the woods too.

 
Let our praise be Your welcome

Let our songs be a sign

We are here for You, we are here for You

 

Let Your breath come from heaven

Fill our hearts with Your life

We are here for You, we are here for You

 

To You our hearts are open

Nothing here is hidden

You are our one desire

You alone are holy

Only You are worthy

God, let Your fire fall down

 

Let our shout be Your anthem

Your renown fill the skies

We are here for You, we are here for You

 

Let Your Word move in power

Let what's dead come to life

We are here for You, we are here for You

 
Let it fall

 
We welcome You with praise

We welcome You with praise

Almighty God of love

Be welcomed in this place


Let every heart adore

Let every soul awake

Almighty God of love

Be welcomed in this place

 

We welcome You with praise

We welcome You with praise

Almighty God of love

Be welcomed in this place

 

Be welcome in Your house, Lord

Be welcome in Your house

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