I will be out of town this Sunday, visiting family in West Texas. James D’Souza will be preaching this week and the preaching text will be Psalm 119:1-8. Please pray for James this week as you prepare your hearts for congregational worship. You can read his sermon preview below…
Do you ever struggle with figuring out how to translate what you read in Scripture into what you think and do in everyday life? Do you ever find yourself understanding biblical doctrines conceptually while being less clear on how those doctrines should apply to the variety of life situations you face? I invite you to enter into the school of Psalm 119. This coming Lord’s Day we will consider the first eight verses of a psalm that features an astonishing 176 verses in length. A superficial scan of this extensive psalm may lead some to view it as redundant with respect to the statements it contains, yet our God does not waste His breath; “all Scripture is God-breathed and profitable” (2 Tim 3:16). May we be blessed to lay hold of the rich truths that our Lord has so graciously revealed to us in these verses as we meditate on them this week.
**We Will Be Observing The Lord’s Supper On Sunday**
Sermon Title: “Walk In The Ways Of God”
Sermon Text: Psalm 119:1-8
Meditation Passage: 1 Peter 1:13-21
Call To Worship: Psalm 103:1-8
Benediction: 2 Thessalonians 2:16-17
Songs For Sunday:
Come To Me [NEW SONG: Please note, song begins at 5:40 mark of video]
Weary, burdened wanderer, there is rest for thee at the feet of Jesus in His love, so free.
Listen to His message, words of life, forever blest. Oh, thou heavy-laden, come to me, come and rest
There is freedom, taste and see. Hear the call, come to me. Run into His arms of grace. Your burden carried, He will take
Bring Him all thy burdens, all thy guilt and sin. Mercy’s door is open, rise up and enter in
Jesus, there is waiting patiently for thee. Hear Him gently calling, come, oh, come to me.