Each semester at Asbury we have a New Student Orientation worship service (2 in the fall!). One of the invocations I used for NSO this past August was from Isaiah 43. This is a great biblical invocation to use in a worship service that focuses on entering a new season. Here it is broken up responsively.
Leader: Remember not the former things,
People: nor consider the things of old.
Leader: Behold, I am doing a new thing!
People: Now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?
Leader: I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert,
People: that they might declare my praise.
About the Author
Kevin Cook is a 4th year student at Asbury Theological Seminary and an Aspirant for Ordination in the Anglican Church of North America (ACNA). After graduating, Kevin hopes to plant a contemporary three-streams Anglican Church. He and his wife Nicole attend Wilmore Anglican Church in Kentucky.
Kevin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a Master of Business Administration from Florida State University. Kevin enjoys playing music and leading worship, reading fiction and spiritual classics, drinking coffee, and spending time with family and friends.
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