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GATHERING SUNDAYS

9AM & 11AM

WATAUGA HIGH SCHOOL

WORSHIP SPACE

Watauga High School

300 Go Pioneers Dr.

Boone NC 28607

828-264-3415

info@theheart.us

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"We will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, His power, and the wonders He has done." - Psalm 78:4

An heirloom is something of great value that is passed down from one generation to the next. We believe the ancient songbook of the Psalms is just that—an heirloom for the people of God, passed down to us through Scripture. It is always inviting us to reflect on our shared humanity, past and present, and the deeds of an everlasting God—through expressions of grief, doubt, victory, anger, love, remembrance, and ultimately praise of the Almighty One. 

There is so much more to say, and so much more that cannot be put into words, but that is where I believe the power of music comes in. I hope that these songs spark your imagination and bring a fresh perspective to the words that inspired them. I hope that they inspire you to continue to reflect on the Psalms, and to experience God's love and power through them. But mostly, I hope you'll see just a glimpse of the kind of beautiful things that can come when you do all of those things in community."

 - Erin Deuel, Worship Director

 

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Hover (Instrumental)

written by Austin Summers & Glenn Deuel

performed by Austin Summers, Glenn Deuel, Ethan Hardin, Terri Miller

Oblivion (Psalm 88)

written by Amanda Opelt

performed by Amanda Opelt, Erin Deuel, Glenn Deuel, Tim Opelt, Ethan Hardin, Ray Edmonds

Darkness is no stranger to me

I don't know what others have seen

I will bear the witness, bear the flame

There's beauty in the telling, in the refrain 

Do you speak in the oblivion?

Are your deeds known by the dead?

And I've seen nations come undone

As I weep for the tears that you've bled

All will bear His image, hold His breath

A task that Adam's children must accept

And brevity of life cannot quell

Some carry it to kingdom, some carry it to hell

Do you speak in the oblivion?

Are your deeds known by the dead?

And I've seen nations come undone

As I weep for the tears that you've bled

Oh we hover in between conception and the grave

But I believe He lights the darkness

Of all the miracles I've seen and all the prayers I've raised

Existence is the greatest gift of all

We hover in between conception and the grave

But I believe He lights the darkness

Of all the miracles I've seen and all the prayers I've raised

To know Him is the greatest gift of all

Content In Your Arms (Psalm 131)

written by Ethan Hardin

performed by Ethan Hardin, Erin Deuel, Glenn Deuel, Tim Opelt, Ray Edmonds

My heart is not proud, Lord

My eyes are lowered

My mind is not troubled by Your great beauty

I am still

I am just a child content in Your arms

You are too beautiful

For me to worry

I am still

Hope now and forever

In the One who is forever

My Shepherd King (Psalm 23)

written by Ethan Hardin

performed by Ethan Hardin, Erin Deuel, Glenn Deuel, Tim Opelt, Ray Edmonds; Group vocals by Erin Deuel, Amanda Opelt, Tim Opelt, Ray Edmonds, Kelsie Summers, Graham Aitken, Mark Youmans

The Lord is my Shepherd

I shall not be in want

He gives me rest in beautiful places

He restores my soul

He guides my pathways

He teaches me righteousness

And the beauty of His name

Oh You are my Shepherd

Oh You are my King, my King

Oh in the house of God forever

Oh You are my Shepherd King

Even though I walk

Through the valley of the shadow

I will not fear

For you are always with me

You set the table

In the presence of my enemies

You smile at me and say,

"Welcome home, my son"

Oh You are my Shepherd

Oh You are my King, my King

Oh in the house of God forever

Oh You are my Shepherd King

I will dwell in the house of God forever

Surely love will follow me all my days

Sing in the Tension (Psalm 13)

written by Erin Deuel

performed by Erin Deuel, Glenn Deuel, Ethan Hardin, Ray Edmonds

Am I forgotten?

Am I alone?

Do you even hear me, oh God?

Will I always

Will I always hurt?

Will I ever be heard?

How long?

But I'll turn my face above

And I'll whisper the name of the One

I know is good

I will sing

In the tension of everything

When I'm defeated

My song is my light

My song is my hope

My song is my life

It's where I'll find You

So I'll turn my face above

And I'll look upon the face of the One

So I'll turn my face above

And I'll look upon the face of the One

I know is good

Get To You (Psalm 139)

written by Glenn Deuel

performed by Glenn Deuel, Erin Deuel, Ethan Hardin, Ray Edmonds

What can I do to get closer to You?

Anything I can to get closer to You

Grant me my passage and I'll climb to You

Give me some wings and I'll fly to You

Show me the path I'll hike the stars to You

Show me my heart, get to the root to You

Grant me the honor to contemplate You

You're searching me

Long before I was ever formed in a womb

You held me in Your mind like a flower to bloom

Even in the darkness I was never alone

Secretly I was known

You're searching me

For darkness is as light to You

Selah (Instrumental)

written by Kelsie Summers

performed by Kelsie Summers, Austin Summers, Ethan Hardin

Holy You Are (Psalm 103)

written by Paul Sherar, Amanda Opelt

performed by Paul Sherar, Erin Deuel, Glenn Deuel, Lucas Kovasckitz, Terri Miller, Ethan Hardin, Ray Edmonds

Here standing on the other side

This resurrected breath of life

Despite my fault, my shame, my sin

You crowned me with glory and You brought me in

Kindness, You cover me

Gracious, a Father to the broken

Healer, declaring we believe

You are, You are

You satisfy my heart with a love that sings

Renew my strength like eagle's wings

As high as the heavens as deep as the sea

So great is Your love, how awesome Your deeds

Kindness, You cover me

Gracious, a Father to the broken

Healer, declaring we believe

You are, You are

Eternal One, oh my soul

Praise Him for all He's done

Let all creation, let angels sing

Praise Him for all He's done

Kindness, You cover me

Gracious, a Father to the broken

Healer, declaring we believe

You are, You are

Holy You are

Numinous (Psalm 77)

written by Glenn Deuel

performed by Erin Deuel, Glenn Deuel, Tim Opelt, Ethan Hardin, Ray Edmonds; Group vocals by Erin Deuel, Amanda Opelt, Tim Opelt, Ray Edmonds, Kelsie Summers, Graham Aitken, Mark Youmans

The waters they saw You, oh God

The waters they saw You and writhed

The clouds they poured down their water

The skies resounded with thunder

Your arrows flashed back and forth

Your thunder was heard in the whirlwind

Your light it lit up the world

The earth it quaked and trembled

Your path it led through the sea

Though Your footprints they were not seen

Your path it led through the sea

Though Your footprints they were not seen

You are surely praiseworthy

You are holy

The skies they quaked and trembled

Your arrows flashed back and forth

The skies they quaked and trembled

Your arrows flashed back and forth

The skies they quaked and trembled, trembled

Your arrows flashed back and forth

You are surely praiseworthy

You are holy

God of the blizzard

God of the earthquake

God of the torrential downpour

God of the hurricane

God of the volcano

God of the tsunami wave

God of the numinous

You make my heart rattle in it's cage

Benediction (Psalm 67)

written by Kelsie Summers

performed by Mark Youmans, Amanda Opelt, Kelsie Summers, Austin Summers; Group vocals by Erin Deuel, Amanda Opelt, Tim Opelt, Ray Edmonds, Kelsie Summers, Graham Aitken, Mark Youmans

May You be known upon this earth

His saving power among the nations

May You be gracious upon this people

Let nations be glad and sing for joy

And may His face shine upon us

And may His face shine upon us

And may His face shine upon us

And may His face shine upon us

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