Welcome to Atlanta North Seventh-day Adventist Church. Today is a special day where we gather together to worship through music, prayer, and the study of God's word, the Bible. Our vision is...
"To abide in God's leadership, reflect His love, and lead everyone He places in our care to Christ."
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Even as We Live Each Day - Samuel Scheidt
#626 - In a Little While We're Going Home
#604 - We Know Not the Hour
#200 - The Lord is Coming
Opening Hymn #202
Tell it to every kindred and nation,
Tell it far and near;
Earth’s darkest night will fade with the dawning,
Jesus will soon appear.
Hail Him the King of glory,
Once the Lamb for sinners slain;
Tell, tell the wondrous story,
“Jesus comes to reign.”
Nations again in strife and commotion,
Warnings by the way;
Signs in the heavens, unerring omens,
Herald the glorious day.
Children of God look up with rejoicing;
Shout and sing His praise;
Blessed are they who, waiting and watching,
Look for the dawning rays.
Tithe and Offering
Early Advent Hymns - Traditional/Hibbard/Merrill
Scripture - John 10:27-28
Sermon - Responding to the Voice of God
Closing Hymn #602
O brother, be faithful! soon Jesus will come,
For whom we have waited so long;
O, soon we shall enter our glorious home,
And join in the conqueror’s song.
O brother, be faithful! for why should we prove
Unfaithful to Him who hath shown
Such deep, such unbounded and infinite love;
Who died to redeem us His own.
O brother, be faithful! the city of gold,
Prepared for the good and the blest,
Is waiting its portals of pearl to unfold,
And welcome thee into thy rest.
Then, brother, prove faithful! not long shall we stay
In weariness here, and forlorn,
Time’s dark night of sorrow is wearing away,
We haste to the glorious morn.
O brother, be faithful! He soon will descend,
Creation’s omnipotent King,
While legions of angels His chariot attend,
And palm wreaths, of victory bring.
O brother, be faithful! and soon shalt thou hear
Thy Savior pronounce the glad word,
Well done, faithful servant, thy title is clear,
To enter the joy of thy Lord.
O brother be faithful! eternity’s years
Shall tell for thy faithfulness now,
When bright smiles of gladness shall scatter thy tears,
A coronet gleam on thy brow.
O brother, be faithful! the promise is sure,
That waits for the faithful and tried;
To reign with the ransomed, immortal and pure,
And ever with Jesus abide.