The Lord’s Day | May 19, 2019
Call to Worship I Timothy 1:17
Leader: To the King of the ages, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen.
Prayer of Adoration
Hymns and Songs
Immortal, Invisible Hymn 38
All Creatures of Our God and King Hymn 115
Call to Confession of Sin Psalm 38:18
Leader: I confess my iniquity; I am sorry for my sin.
Assurance of Pardon Psalm 38:21 & adapted from Ephesians 1:7
All: Do not forsake me, O LORD! O my God, be not far from me! In Jesus we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of his grace.
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Scripture Reading Romans 8
Heidelberg Catechism Q & A 43-44
Leader: What further benefit do we receive from Christ's sacrifice and death on the cross?
All: Through Christ's death our old nature is crucified, put to death, and buried with him, so that the evil desires of the flesh may no longer reign in us, but that we may offer ourselves to him as a sacrifice of thankfulness.
Leader: Why is there added: He descended into hell?
All: In my greatest sorrows and temptations I may be assured and comforted that my Lord Jesus Christ, by his unspeakable anguish, pain, terror, and agony, which he endured throughout all his sufferings but especially on the cross, has delivered me from the anguish and torment of hell.
*Take some time to read the words and sing the songs before Sunday and rejoice in the Lord. This will help you to engage in the singing, especially if the songs are unfamilar.
*Sin has separated us from God, but Jesus has done away with our sin by his death and resurrection and therefore we can have a full, intimate relationship with God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Do you come to the worship service as someone who is separated from God?
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