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The Energy of God

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

The energy of God,
Like yeast within the dough,
Can take a sterile life
And give it strength to grow.

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Topics: Arts and Music, The Younger Generation, and Worship & Liturgy. Ages: Pre-Teen and Teen. Texts: Luke, Mark, and Matthew. Resource Types: Audio MP3 and Children's Songs.

Which Code Can Assist Us?

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

Which code can assist us
Uncover the fullness
Of living and loving
Which our spirits need?

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Great Life-Force

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

Great Life-Force, God of all nurture;
Honor and praise to you.
Your peace and justice fill the Earth;
Honor and praise to you.

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All Things Are Connected

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

All things are connected
And everything is one,
The cells within our flesh,
The Moon, the stars, the Sun.

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Thank You God

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

Thank you God for this beautiful Earth.
Thank you God for the wonder of life.
Thank you God for the blessing of love.

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Thank You, Thank You

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

Thank you, thank you, thank you God
For the gift, the gift of life.
Thank you, thank you, thank you God
For the peace beyond all strife.

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Blow Your Whistle

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

Blow your whistle, beat your drum,
God’s new way is full of fun.
Have a party, bake a cake,
Everyone should celebrate.

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If You Want to Be Happy

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

If you want to be happy
Love life more than things
Finding the joys which sharing brings.
If you want to end grieving
For dying or loss
Cry till your tears dissolve your cross.

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Old Fashioned Cameras

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

At times we’re like old-fashioned cameras
Seeing life as black or white.
At times we’re like deleted scanners
Printing only dull or bright.

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If I Think that I Am Wiser

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

If I think that I am wiser
But you feel that you are right
We don’t need a fight to settle
What is black and what is white

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I Can’t Face Forgiving You

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

I can’t face forgiving you,
You have caused me too much pain.
You have made me cry too much,
We can’t be good friends again.
I just want to be alone
Letting my dark anger reign.

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When I’m Feeling Hurt and Angry

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

When I’m feeling hurt and angry
I will let my feelings out
Yelling all my pain out loudly
When no others are about.

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When Your Heart Is Feeling Blue

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

When your heart is feeling blue,
Feeling blue, feeling blue,
Count your blessings and give thanks,
Give thanks to God.

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If My Eyes Are Full of Tears

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

If my eyes are full of tears,
If my heart is numb with pain,
Give me hope that does not die;
Bring me back to life again.

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Our Spirits Are Like the Trees

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

Our spirits are like the trees of the forest,
Or trees as they stand guarding a park.
Our spirits can reach as high as tall timber.
Praise God for Spirit’s sacred life.

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I Don’t Have to Be

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

(Boys) I don’t have to be king of the castle,
I just want to be me.
(Girls) I don’t have to be queen of the castle,
I just need the courage to be,

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We’re Really Like the Onions

From the ‘Sing Young, Sing Joyfully’ collection

We’re really like the onions
With skins beneath our skin.
Each face has ways of masking
The private worlds within.

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Call to Worship for a Sacred Community

Welcome! One thing is for certain. We are all welcome. This is the Jesus way. He called people to him; he asked people to come to him; he welcomed them; he got cranky with his disciples when they tried to prevent anyone, anyone at all coming to him. He ate with outcasts, those despised; he befriended tax collectors, those regarded as thieves; he encouraged children, usually ignored in adult community, to sit on his knees; he had meals with the elite and the riffraff; he conversed publicly with women although that was taboo; unlike the religious leaders of his day, he sought the company of all kinds and types of people, to affirm them, to challenge them, to call them to an abundant way of life. So we are all welcome. This is the Jesus way.

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