July 29, 2012 Liturgy

You can listen to the live service here!

This week’s minister is Rev. John VanWoudenberg.

 

Morning Service

Singing: Psalm 121:1,4
Law
Singing: Psalm 57:1,2
Prayer
Scripture reading: Ecclesiastes 1:1-11, Matthew 6:19-21
Singing: Psalm 39:3
Text: Ecclesiastes 1:12-18
Sermon
Responsive Song: Psalm 102:8
Prayer
Offertory: Work of the deacons
Closing Song: Psalm 33:4,5,6

Sermon Outline

You don’t want to go there!

T. The teacher exposes the true reality of life under the sun.

1. The sobering content of his exposition;
Solomon
his objective
his effort
result of his investigation
Why?
Object?

2. The reliability of his exposition;
Realize what I have all done
realize who I am
Us
authorship
His message

3. The calling in his exposition.
the direct message
the negative calling
Greater than Solomon
Positive calling

Afternoon Service

Singing: Psalm 68:10
Profession: Hymn 2
Prayer
Scripture Reading: Exodus 16:21-30, Matthew 12:1-14
Singing: Psalm 118:6
Text: Lord’s Day 38
Sermon
Responsive Song: Psalm 92:1-3
Baptism: Psalm 92:6-7
Prayer
Offertory: Work of deacons
Closing Song: Hymn 11:1,5

Sermon Outline

A positive command

T. In the fourth commandment our God graciously invites us to celebrate his Lordship over us by resting with him and worshiping him.

1. The proper mooring of the fourth commandments;
Many possible approaches
Disputes
Ge 2
Ex 16
Rest; worship
Positive
Back to disputes
Hence healings
Hence Sunday
Hence eternal sabbath
Beautiful commandment
Blueprints

2. The fourth commandment and our conversion.
Fast-forward
Today
Grief
Anger
Fleeing
Joy

Conclusion

Categories Liturgy | Tags: | Posted on July 27, 2012

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