Midweek Believer Service Elements - July 11, 2002

A Day of Atonement
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Rob Bell, Teaching Pastor at Mars Hill Bible Church in Grandville, Michigan, walks through chapter 16 of Leviticus. The Day of Atonement was a holy moment, in which the high priest would enter the tabernacle, after being purified, and lay hands on a goat, called azazel, placing the sins of the community on it. The goat would then be sent out into the wilderness. When the goat was taken away, the sins of the community went with it. There was then freedom and a time of celebration.

This is the core of what it means to live the redeemed life that God intends for us, that when the azazel leaves, our sins go with it. Jesus is the azazel, who took our sins upon Himself. "To live the fullness of life that Jesus intends for us, is to give it to Jesus and place it upon Him on the cross."

The Scriptures say that when we enter into the life God has intended for us, we become a new creation. God looks at us and sees someone redeemed, someone beautiful because we have been washed by the blood of Jesus. We can celebrate fully because of the work that has been done for us.


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Element Type Service Element Video
Song I Fix My Eyes on You
By Tommy Walker and Bob Wilson
©2000 Integrity’s Praise Music BMI
 
Song Nothing Is As Wonderful    other services
by Scott Underwood
©1996 Mercy/Vineyard Publishing
 
Song Breathe
By Maria Barnett
© 1995 Vineyard Music
 
Song Great Is Thy Faithfulness    other services
by Thomas O. Chrisholm & William F. Runyan
© 1923 renewal 1951 by Hope Publishing Co., Carol Stream, IL 60188
 
Message Rob Bell    other services
Part 1
 
Message Rob Bell    other services
Part 2
 
Communion John Ortberg Watch
Song Do You Know    other services
By Armand Calvillo
©1996 WeMobile Music/BMI
 
Song He Loves Me    other services
by Tommy Walker
©1992 Doulos Publishing
 
Comments John Ortberg  
Closing John Ortberg  

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