Â© November 23, 2008; September 20, 2015 â€¢Â Download PDF sermon Readings: 2 Samuel 12:1-15; Psalm 51:1-19 (text); Luke 18:9-14 Congregation of Christ: I’m sure you’ve heard this very common prayer many times: Lord Jesus, I need You. Thank You for dying on the cross for my sins. I open the door of my life […]
Psalm 1 (text); Jeremiah 17:5-8; Matthew 7:13-14 May 24, 2015* [wpdm_package id=’12603′] The Psalter is an extremely important part of the church with its prayers, songs, emotions, and doctrine. During the early church and the sixteenth century Protestant Reformation, the Psalms were almost exclusively sung in the churches. The Book of Psalms is […]
Psalm 105:8, 9; Luke 1:72-75 (text) December 14, 2014Â â€¢Â Download this sermon (PDF) Introduction Dear Congregation of Christ: Last Lord’s Day, we began our study of the Song of Zechariah in Luke Chapter 1. Zechariah prophesied that â€œa horn of salvationâ€ promised by the prophets of old would come to visit and redeem God’s people. […]
Download PDF article Most evangelicals believe that the nation Israel today continues to be God’s chosen people. This is why they would always support the policies of Israel, believing that they have to lest God’s curse descend on them. But is this what Holy Scripture teaches? Let us look at what the Bible actually […]
Entering into God’s Presence * Call to Worship:Â Psalm 68:32-35 * Invocation: Psalm 124:8 ALL: Our help is in the name of the LORD, who made heaven and earth. * God’s Greeting:Â 1 Timothy 1:2; 2 Corinthians 13:14 Grace be unto you and peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ in the […]
Just preparing the order of worship for our 5th Anniversary Service gets me excited and energized. Here are the four psalms I chose for singing.
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When parents, particularly the fathers, teach their children using catechisms, they are nurturing their covenant children into the discipline and instruction of the Lord. This is not to say that the church has no role in catechizing the children, but the primary teaching responsibility rests upon the parents.
Why is your church called “Reformed”? Why is your worship so serious and so different? No Praise & Worshipâ€”just strange-sounding old songs? Why do you recite the Apostles’ Creed, and use catechisms and Latin wordsâ€”are you Catholic? If you’re really curious, you ‘re all welcome to visit and ask questions. Better yet, you can join other visitors in an Inquirers’ Class