Genesis Hebrews Sermons 

Good Friday Worship Service, April 2, 2021, 4:00-5:00PM

When Abraham lifted up his eyes, there was a ram caught in a thicket by his horns. He knew then that God himself had provided a substitute for his son. He sacrificed it to God to thank him for providing a substitute sacrifice for his only son. Jesus, the spotless Lamb of God, is our Substitute Lamb sacrificed for our sins.

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Hebrews Sabbath Sermons Worship 

The Necessity of Not Neglecting the Lord’s Day Worship

  Exodus 20:9-11; Hebrews 10:19-25 October 4, 2015 (Big Springs Community Church) • Download this sermon (PDF) Dear Congregation of Christ: The book of Hebrews is a model sermon, just as Paul’s epistles to the different churches are sermons. The Preacher, as the writer of Hebrews is often called, starts with the doctrine of God and Christ. Christ is better than the angels, better than Moses, better than Aaron the High Priest. God’s new covenant of grace in Christ is better than the old covenant under Moses. In this new…

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Christmas Church Blog Worship 

Liturgy for December 21, 2014

  Welcome and Announcements Coming into God’s Presence * Song of Praise and Adoration: “O Come, All Ye Faithful” #193:1-3 (Brown Hymnal) * Call to Worship: Psalm 148 * Opening Prayer * Invocation: Psalm 124:8 Our help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth. * God’s Greeting: Galatians 1:3-5 Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ, who gave himself for our sins to deliver us from the present evil age, according to the will of our God and Father, to whom be the glory forever…

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Christmas Worship 

A Festival of Lessons & Carols

  Welcome to our Festival of Lessons & Carols on December 21, 2014 • 12:30 – 1:30 PM. Download this liturgy (PDF) Through readings from God’s Holy Word, we will recount the dramatic history of salvation. We will survey the whole panorama of redemptive history from the Garden of Eden in Genesis 2-3, through the promises to the Patriarchs, the Prophets, the Psalms, and to their climactic fulfillment in the Gospels: the Incarnation of the Eternal Word. Finally, we look forward to the return of the God-Man to this earth in…

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Christmas Sermons 

“A Horn of Salvation”

  Psalm 18:2; Luke 1:67-71 (text) December 7, 2014 • Download this sermon (PDF) Dear People of God: When you hear of horns, what do you most often think of? Of course, you think of horned animals such as bulls, bucks, male sheep, or even unicorns. But Christians also think of a person who has horns, a red cape and a pitchfork: Satan the devil. In the ancient world, horns usually symbolized power, sexual prowess and fertility, so their gods usually had horns. In Egypt, Isis had a headdress horns and…

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Schedule of Sermons, Scriptures and Songs for Christmas Series

Everyone in the area is invited to join us for a joyful and reverential worship of God the Father and His Son Incarnate on December 7, 14 and 21.  December 7: “A Horn of Salvation” Psalm 18:2; Luke 1:67-71 Song of Praise and Adoration: “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” #169:1-4 (Brown) Hymn of Confession and Assurance: “Now Blest Be Isr’el’s Lord and God” (Azmon) Hymn of Application of the Word: “Angels, from the Realms of Glory” #340:1-4 (Blue) Doxology: “Angels, from the Realms of Glory” #340:5 (Blue) December 14: “To Remember His…

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Liturgy for Thanksgiving Sunday, November 23, 2014

  Welcome and Announcements We Come with Thankful Hearts Call to Worship: Psalm 95:1-7 Opening Prayer of Thanksgiving God’s Greeting: 1Timothy 1:2; 1Peter 1:2 Hymn of Praise: “We Gather Together” #387:1-3 (Brown) We Give Thanks for God’s Creation and Gifts to Us Scripture Reading: Psalm 19:1-6 Prayer of Thanksgiving Hymn of Praise: “Come, Ye Thankful People, Come” #392:1-4 (Brown) We Give Thanks for Salvation Scripture Reading: Psalm 103:1-14 Prayer of Thanksgiving Hymn of Praise: “Now Thank We All Our God” #525:1-3 (Brown) We Give Thanks for Family and Society Scripture…

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Church Blog Worship 

“What is Reformed Worship?”

From the “Church Planting Manual” ©2014 Missions Committee of the United Reformed Churches in North America We live in a place and time of unparalleled individual freedom of choice. We choose how we dress from an almost endless number of options. We decide whether we want our books in paper or digital format. Young people graduating from high school or college enjoy a host of vocational opportunities. Our culture trains us to think that we should be able to have things our way. In the 1990s, Burger King advertised its…

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