Liturgies for August 2, 2015

David Gilbert on July 30, 2015

Lord's Day Morning The Call to Worship:  Psalm 103:1-2 The Invocation The Psalm of Praise:  Psalm 146  -  "Hallelujah, Praise Jehovah, O My Soul" TH#57 The Reading of Scripture:  Genesis 47:13-31 The Confession of Sin The Assurance of Pardon: Psalm 103:11-12 The Hymn of Confidence:  "Before the Throne of God Above"  The Confession of Faith:  The Nicene Creed The Pastoral Prayer The Giving of God's Tithe and Our Offerings The Preaching of God's Word:  THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE: A Study of the Gospel According to John - John 4:1-14 - "Living Water" - Rev. David Gilbert The Hymn of Response:  "Be Thou My Vision"   The Benediction: Ephesians 1:2 Lord's Day Evening The Call...

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Dr. O. Palmer Robertson to Speak at Grace

Lillie Seymour on June 5, 2015

Dr. O. Palmer Robertson, current director and principal of the African Bible University, Uganda, will preach in the evening service on Sunday, June 14. Dr. Robertson previously taught at Reformed, Westminster, Covenant and Knox Theological Seminaries, has served as pastor of four congregations, and has also lectured in Asia, Europe, and Latin America. His published works include The Christ of the Covenants, The Christ of the Prophets, The Israel of God: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, and Understanding the Land of the Bible.  

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Choir Concert

Lillie Seymour on June 5, 2015

We have the privilege of hosting a concert by members of the student choir of the African Bible University, Uganda at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 14 in our sanctuary.  Plan to attend this special event.

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Quintessential Quotes

on January 23, 2015

  The following quotations come from Christian resources and are provided as food for thought, exhortation, and encouragement.     "... we are commanded to be holy as God is holy. Faith first purifies the heart, empties it of the love of sin, and then fills it with the consolation of Christ and the hope of glory." Robert Leighton (Commentary on First Peter; 1827 edition, p. 81) "The more real assurance there is, the more there will be of reverence, awe, faith in Scripture, self-distrust and humility. The person who knows most of Christ is the last person to talk about...

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