TCCBC Sunday Worship 2021-10-10



Table of Contents

  1. And Can It Be? (Hymn)
  2. O God, Our Help In Ages Past
  3. Psalm 19
  4. 10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)
  5. Doxology

And Can It Be?


Verse 1

G
And can it 
G/B
be that 
C
D
should 
G
gain
An 
Am7
interest 
G/B
in the 
C
Sa
A/C#
vior's 
D
blood?
D
Died He for 
C
me, who 
G/B
caused 
C
His 
D
pain--
For 
C
me, who 
G/B
Him to 
C
death 
D
pur
G
sued?
G
A
D/F#
mazing 
C
love! How 
Am
can it 
D
be,
That 
G/B
Thou, my 
C
God, should 
D
die for 
G
me?

Chorus

G
Amazing 
D/F#
love! How 
Am
can it 
Em
be,
That 
C
Thou my 
G/B
God, 
C
should 
D
die for 
G
me?

Verse 2 (Alternate Lyrics)

G
He left His 
G/B
Father's 
C
throne 
D
a
G
bove
So 
Am7
free, so 
G/B
infi
C
nite 
A/C#
His 
D
grace--
D
Humbled Him
C
self, how 
G/B
great 
C
His 
D
love!
And 
C
bled for 
G/B
Adam's 
C
help
D
less 
G
race:
G
'Tis 
D/F#
mercy 
C
all, i
Am
mmense and 
D
free,
G/B
praise my 
C
God, it 
D
reaches 
G
me!

Verse 3

G
Long my im
G/B
prisoned 
C
spi
D
rit 
G
lay,
Fast 
Am7
bound in 
G/B
sin and 
A/C#
nature's 
D
night;
D
Thine eye dif
C
fused a 
G/B
quicke
C
ning 
D
ray--
C
woke, the 
G/B
dungeon 
C
flamed 
D
with 
G
light;
G
My 
D/F#
chains fell 
C
off, my 
Am
heart was 
D
free,
G/B
rose, went 
C
forth, and 
D
followed 
G
Thee.

Verse 4

G
No condem
G/B
nation 
C
now 
D
G
dread;
Je
Am7
sus, and 
G/B
all in 
C
Him, 
A/C#
is 
D
mine;
D
Alive in 
C
Him, my 
G/B
liv
C
ing 
D
Head,
And 
C
clothed in 
G/B
righteous
C
ness 
D
di
G
vine,
G
Bold 
D/F#
I ap
C
proach the e
Am
ternal 
D
throne,
And 
G/B
claim the 
C
crown, through 
D
Christ my 
G
own.

Footnotes

Verse 2 alternate lyrics by Evangel Bible Church of Berkeley.

The phrase "emptied Himself" by itself is correct in the sense that Christ emptied Himself of certain divine prerogatives or powers (Philippians 2:7) in His "kenosis" or His leaving His heavenly glory to take on human flesh in the incarnation.  This is different than the "becoming nothing" in certain songs (like Once Again or Your Love Is Amazing) or in the NIV, which is a poor translation of that verse.

However, "emptied Himself of all but love" is not technically correct because Christ didn't empty Himself of ALL divine prerogatives or powers EXCEPT love.  I think we all can sing the phrase without getting stumbled in this theological point, but it does fall short under closer and more technical scrutiny.


O God, Our Help In Ages Past (Traditional Hymn)

Key - G
Time - 4/4

Verse 1

G
God, our h
D/F#
elp in a
C
ges pa
G
st
Our ho
Em
pe for ye
A
ars to co
D/F#
me,
Our sh
Em
elter fro
D/F#
m the s
C
tormy bl
B
ast,
And o
C
ur et
D/F#
ernal ho
G
me;

Verse 2

Und
G
er the sh
D/F#
adow o
C
f Thy thr
G
one
Thy sa
Em
ints have d
A
welt se
D/F#
cure;
Suff
Em
icient i
D/F#
s Thine a
C
rm alo
B
ne,
And o
C
ur def
D/F#
ense is s
G
ure.

Verse 3

Be
G
fore the h
D/F#
ills in
C
 order sto
G
od,
Or ea
Em
rth recei
A
ved her fra
D/F#
me,
From e
Em
verla
D/F#
sting Tho
C
u art G
B
od,
To en
C
dless ye
D/F#
ars the sa
G
me.

Verse 4

A th
G
ousand a
D/F#
ges i
C
n Thy si
G
ght
Are li
Em
ke an eve
A
ning go
D/F#
ne;
Short a
Em
s the wat
D/F#
ch that 
C
ends the ni
B
ght
Befo
C
re the ri
D/F#
sing s
G
un.

Verse 5

O G
G
od, our h
D/F#
elp in 
C
ages p
G
ast,
Our h
Em
ope for ye
A
ars to co
D/F#
me,
Be T
Em
hou our gu
D/F#
ard while li
C
fe shall la
B
st,
And o
C
ur ete
D/F#
rnal ho
G
me.

Bible References

Psalm 19

Verse 1

May the 
D
words of my mouth
And the medi
Bm7
tations of my heart
Be 
G
pleasing to 
A
You, 
G
pleasing to 
A
You
May the 
D
words of my mouth
And the medi
Bm7
tations of my heart
Be 
G
pleasing to 
A
You, my 
D
God

Chorus

You're my 
G
Rock and 
A
my Re
D
deemer
You're the 
G
reason 
A
that I 
D
sing
I de
G
sire to 
A
be a 
Bm7
blessing in Your eyes 
Em7
 
A
Every 
G
hour, 
A
every 
D
moment
Lord I 
G
want to 
A
be Your 
D
servant
I de
G
sire to 
A
be a 
Bm7
blessing in Your eyes 
Em7
 
A
In Your 
D
eyes

Bible References

10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)

Chorus

Bless the 
C
Lord, O my 
G
soul, 
D/F#
O my 
Em
soul,
C
Worship His 
G
holy 
Dsus4
name. 
D
Sing like 
C
never be
Em
fore, 
C
D
my 
Em
soul.
I'll 
C
worship Your 
D
holy 
C/G
name. 
G

Verse 1

The 
C
sun comes 
G
up, it's a 
D
new day 
Em
dawning;
C
It's time to 
G
sing Your 
D
song ag
Em
ain.
What
C
ever may 
G
pass, and what
D
ever lies be
Em
fore me,
C2
Let me be 
G
singing when the 
Dsus4
eve
D
ning 
G
comes. 
Gsus4
 
G

Verse 2

You're 
C
rich in 
G
love, and You're 
D
slow to 
Em
anger.
Your 
C
name is 
G
great, and Your 
D
heart is 
Em
kind.
For 
C
all Your 
G
goodness, I will 
D
keep on 
Em
singing;
C2
Ten thousand 
G
reasons for my 
Dsus4
heart 
D
to 
G
find. 
Gsus4
 
G

Verse 3

And 
C
on that 
G
day when my 
D
strength is 
Em
failing,
The 
C
end draws 
G
near, and my 
D
time has 
Em
come;
C
Still my 
G
soul will sing Your 
D
praise un
Em
ending:
C2
Ten thousand 
G
years and then for
Dsus4
e
D
ver
G
more! 
Gsus4
 
G

Tag

Em
I'll wor
C
ship Your 
D
holy n
Em
ame.
Yes, I'll 
C
worship Your 
D
holy na
G
me.

Bible References

Doxology


Intro

(
G
Praise 
G
Fa
G
ther, 
D
Son, 
C
and 
G
Ho
D
ly 
G
Ghost.)

Chorus

G
Praise 
G
God, 
D
from 
C
Whom 
G
all 
G
ble
D
ssings 
G
flow;
G
Praise 
G
Him, 
G
all 
D
crea
Em
tures 
C
here 
G
be
D
low;
Em
Praise 
D
Him 
G
a
D
bove, 
Em
ye 
C
heaven
D
ly 
Em
host;
G
Praise 
G
Fa
G
ther, 
D
Son, 
C
and 
G
Ho
D
ly 
G
Ghost.

C
A
G
men.

Footnotes

Note: These lyr­ics, sung as the Dox­ol­o­gy in many church­es, are ac­tu­al­ly the last verse of a long­er hymn, "Awake, My Soul, and with the Sun."

Scripture quotations taken from the (NASB®) New American Standard Bible®, Copyright © 1960, 1971, 1977, 1995 by The Lockman Foundation. Used by permission. All rights reserved. www.lockman.org