Luke 23:46 (text); Psalm 31:5; 1 Peter 4:19 Â© April 17-18, 2014 (Pasig and Trinity Covenant Reformed Church) â€¢ Download sermon (PDF) Introduction Beloved congregation of Christ: Our Christian faith is summed up in the gospel: Christ lived, died, and was raised on the third day for the forgiveness of sins so we may […]
Maundy Thursday, April 17, 2014 â€“ 10 AM:Â Pasig Covenant Reformed Church Good Friday, April 18, 2014 â€“ 10 AM:Â Trinity Covenant Reformed Church, Imus, Cavite Download bulletin (PDF booklet double-sided printing) The Passion of the Christ According to IsaiahÂ 53 Preparation * Call to Worship:Â Psalm 22:23-28 * Invocation: Psalm 124:8 * God’s Greeting: Romans 1:7 * […]
Every first Lord’s Day of the month, we have a holy feast for our souls as we partake of the Lord’s Supper. You are invited to partake of this holy food with us if you readâ€”and agree withâ€”the following articles:
Why we don’t let any and all visitors to partake of the Lord’s Supper without an interview.
Baptism is not a Christian’s public profession of his own decision to believe in Christ (a truly Arminian idea), but the sign and seal of Christ’s own work of washing of a sinner to save him.
Believers-only baptism meant this to thousands of new Jewish converts to Christianity: as soon as they believed in Christ, their children, members of God’s own treasured people, became unclean, detestable pagans, cut off from God’s covenant promises. And not one of them dared question the apostles; they just sheepishly accepted this horrific fact.
The Holy Spirit uses the communion service to increase our faith, to strengthen our faith, to confirm our faith. Thus through the communion service, we can have communion with the total person of Christ, including His body which was broken and His blood which was shed for our salvation.
Christ suffered extreme thirst and drank the bitter cup of God’s wrath in order that he may offer us the cup of salvation filled with water unto eternal life that would satisfy our thirst forever.
In many evangelical churches, pastors invite unbelievers to become Christians so that they may reap material blessings from God. Very few call on the congregation to listen to the voice of God and to seek after righteousness given by Christ.
Roman Catholic stuff? For evangelicals, these three words conjure up a nightmare of a confessional, adoration of the host, and other forms of Roman Catholic sacerdotalism. James asked me about these things…