Teach us, O LORD, the way of your statutes; and we will keep it to the end. Give us understanding, that we may keep your law and observe it with our whole heart. Through Christ, our Lord. Amen.
We look to no other King and seek no other Advocate for the help that we need in this world and in the world to come. You call us to seek not only our own salvation and good, but that of your whole church and the world, and we do so now.
So why do we sing these songs? Let us look at what they mean from Scripture, where they are found, and how they have been used in the Old Testament, New Testament, and in the early church.
The Reformed liturgy that we use in Pasig and Imus are adapted from this and other Reformation liturgies.
Because of Christ’s work in offering himself as a sacrifice to cleanse us of our sin, we are fit to enter the heavenly Holy of Holies to worship the Triune God.
Our church administers the Lord’s Supper to our professing members and others who are also professing members of a true church, all of them members in good standing of their churches. Before coming to the Lord’s table, both elders and members are to examine themselves sincerely and thoroughly to prepare for receiving the elements in […]