“Praise the LORD, O my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name.” Psalm 103:1, New International Version
This worship resource site aims to encourage us to worship God with all our inmost being, to sing to the LORD a new song! It will be under construction over the next few months as worship songs (lead sheets, mp3 tracks, lyrics text files) and worship resources are added.
October 1st, 2010
Tuggeranong Baptist Church: Streams of Worship will be held at 7.00 pm on Sunday 4 November.
O’Connor Uniting Church: Streams of Worship will be held at 7.00pm on Sunday 18 November.
Join us for an unhurried time of worship. Our awesome God cares for each of us. Come with an open heart to receive His healing and to pray for His healing of others.
August 8th, 2010
Each of us has an inbuilt need to be loved, to be “found” by someone who cares for us, by someone who values who we are. God has created a deep place within everyone – a place to receive His words “I love you … just as you are … and you are precious to me”.
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December 16th, 2009
When I arrived home from surgery on 12 December, my heart was overflowing with peace and joy. The Healer God had blessed me with a successful procedure. I sat at my keyboard to bless Him for His goodness to me and a new song flowed to honour the One who came to save! Read the rest of this entry »
December 3rd, 2009
Thank you for your prayers and encouragement during the past three weeks. Due to my unexpected hospitalisation and surgery on the 15th November, I was not able to lead the Streams of Worship service at O’Connor Uniting Church in November. The time of rest and recuperation has, in itself, been a wonderful blessing after the work pressures of the past year. I thank God for you and your encouragement at this time as I await the next round of treatment on 12th December. In the meantime, I thank God for His healing hand and I look forward to leading the Streams of Worship service at Tuggeranong Baptist Church on Sunday 6th December.
July 18th, 2009
Psalm 103 begins with “All my inmost being, praise His holy name”. This is what God desires … for us to worship Him with all that we are! At the time this song was written, God was revealing afresh just how high and how deep and how wide His love is for you and me. Read the rest of this entry »