First: Leviticus 13: 1-2m 44-46
The Lord tells Moses and Aaron what to do if someone in the community has leprosy – that the person must be unclean and live outside the camp.
- You are my refuge O Lord, you fill me with the joy of salvation
- Happy the one whose offense is forgiven
- But now I have acknowledged my sings
- Rejoice in the Lord.
Second: I Corinthians 10:31 – 11:1
Whatever you do, do it for the glory of God … work for the advantage of everybody so they may be saved.
Gospel: Mark 1:40-43
Jesus heals a leper, and orders him not to tell people what was done. But the man does tell people, so Jesus is besieged and has to go to places where no one lives.
- Jesus as healer of people who are outcast.
- Praying for those who care for the sick.
- Examining how we can bring healing to those who are outcast
- Amazing Grace
- My hiding place – Jude Nnam
- Balm in Gilead
- Christian, Do You Hear the Lord
- God be in my Head
- I Know the Lord’s Laid His Hands on Me
- In Christ there is no East or West
- Saviour who did Healing Give
- Take my Life and Let it Be
- Thine Arm (Your Hands) O Lord in Days of Old
- Be my Protecting, Saving God – Tietze
- Come and Journey with a Saviour – O’Driscoll
- He Touched Me – Gaither
- Healer of Every Ill – Haugen
- Healer of the Sick – Leftley
- Lay Your Hands – Landry
- O Christ the Healer – Pratt Green
- The Lord will Heal the Broken Heart – Lawton
- The Summons (Will you come and follow me) – Bell
- We Cannot Measure How You Heal – Bell
- We come to You for Healing Lord – Stuempfle
- Whatsoever You Do – Jabusch
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