The day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night.
With this reminder set before us in God's Word, we again gather for worship on the Lord's Day with the expectation that the Lord will feed us in His Word and be glorified through our worship of His holy Name. And in this time of waiting, the Lord has also given us a visible testimony of His promises and sufficient grace in the Lord's Supper which we will receive in faith in the afternoon service.
- Sermons -
The morning sermon will continue our series through the Thessalonian Letters as we come to 1 Thessalonians 4:9-12. The afternoon sermon will focus on our confession of Christ as we continue to utter the faith-filled declaration of Peter in Matthew 16:13-20.
"Just as musicians practice privately in order to be ready for public performance, Christians need to learn to live harmoniously with one another in love and then demonstrate that love to the public outside the church community. If the church is not a truly loving entity acting out God's love in Christ for humanity, then those outside the church will never glimpse that love and be attracted to it” (G.K. Beale, Thessalonians)
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