Tuesday, November 06, 2007

His Glory Descended


Standing in His presence,
His glory descended upon Kindred,
One body united in Christ Jesus our Lord.


A small taste of heaven,
Oh Lord I humbly pray,
Never bid me to leave Thee.


Worshiping before Your throne,
I now know,
Your glory alone is more than enough.


Our hearts bursting,
With the fullness of Christ,
Oh my Lord, You can not be contained.


May this be my Ebenezer stone…my remembrance,
May I never leave Your presence dear Lord,
Your glory so divine.


by Susan Bunts
November 5, 2007

This poem is dedicated to Christ Jesus our all sufficient Savior and Lord and to the body of Christ at Kindred Community Church.

And for my precious Pattie and Robyn Bolton…after experiencing a small taste of heaven and what it will be like worshiping before His throne…we can know that your precious husband and father Bob is complete and whole as he stands before his Savior Christ Jesus. One day we will join him…and Chuck and Hugo and worship our Savior truly as one body in Christ. Praise Him!

The above poem is my meager attempt to capture last night’s installation ceremony of our new precious and beloved Pastor Philip De Courcy.

The poem misses the mark...but by golly last night at Kindred Community Church God was present and made His presence and His glory known. Thank You Jesus!

Below are some slide show pictures that captured the ceremony. Welcome Pastor Philip…we thank God for bringing you to this body of Christ at Kindred!

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