Lord's Day Information

July 5, 2020

Summer Teaching Series 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

  • July 5 - Propitiation
  • July 12 - Justification
  • July 19 - Justification
  • July 26 - Justification
  • Aug 2 - Reconciliation/Adoption
  • Aug 9 - Regeneration
  • Aug 16 - Sanctification
  • Aug 23 - Sanctification
  • Aug 30 - Glorification


Morning Worship 10:30 AM

Title: New Creation Conduct in the Family - Part III

Text: Ephesians 6:1-4

Outline: Two Callings to Be Lived Out According to God's New Creation Work

1) Children (vv. 1-3)

2) Fathers/Parents (v. 4)

Questions:

1) Where was the gospel in this message?

2) Why is the overall context of Ephesians and the immediate context of this passage important?

3) How do we understand the promise of blessing for obedience in the fifth commandment?

4) How can fathers/parents provoke their children to anger?

5) How does the gospel help us in parenting?

Afternoon Worship 4:00 PM

Sermon: Orthodox Catechism Questions 61-63


Service Planning Link: https://services.planningcenteronline.com/plans/48188395/public

June 28, 2020

Summer Teaching Series 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation


Morning Corporate Worship 10:30 AM

Listen to the Sermon https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=62820178201337

Title: New Creation Conduct in the Family - Part II

Text: Ephesians 5:25-33

Outline: Two Truths that Husbands should Know Well in Order to Love their Wives Well

1) Christ's Love for us, his Bride (vv. 25-27)

2) Our Union with Our bride (vv. 28-33)

Questions: 

1) Where was the gospel in this passage?

2) How does the gospel motivate and shape a husband's love for his wife?

3) How does knowing one's gospel identity (who we are in Christ) shape the way we live as a whole?

4) What is the difference between loving one's neighbor as oneself as loving one's wife and why?

5) How does Genesis 2:24 point to Christ and the church?

6) (Not for group discussion) Each woman is different - and so, it is up to the husband to know and learn his wife in order to live with her according to knowledge. Personally reflect on ways that you can love her and live with her in a way of knowledge/understanding.


Afternoon Corporate Worship 4:00 PM

Title: Orthodox Catechism Questions 58-60

Main text: Romans 3:21-26 https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=628202142153248

TBC has some copies of this catechism for you or you can purchase your own at this link.


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June 21, 2020

Summer Sunday School 9:00 AM

Our Great Salvation

  • June 21: Salvation - Message Link https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=62120182026249
  • June 28: Redemption
  • July 5 - Propitiation
  • July 12 - Justification
  • July 19 - Justification
  • July 26 - Justification
  • Aug 2 - Reconciliation/Adoption
  • Aug 9 - Regeneration
  • Aug 16 - Sanctification
  • Aug 23 - Sanctification
  • Aug 30 - Glorification

Morning Service 10:30 AM

Title: New Creation Conduct in the Family - Part I

Sermon Audio Link: https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=621201810133875

Text: Ephesians 5:22-24

Main idea: Because the marriage relationship is meant to reflect the relationship between Christ and the church, wives ought to submit to their own husbands

Outline: 4 Facets of the Wife's Role of Reflecting the Relationship between Christ and the Church

1) Response (v. 22)

2) Reason (v. 23)

3) Realm/Extent (v. 24)

4) Recourse (questions pertaining to what if my husband is in sin/making a foolish decision?) 


Questions:

1) Why do you think this can be a controversial or contentious topic?

2) What does it mean for the wife to submit to her husband?

3) What is the reason that the wife is to submit to her husband?

4) What are some of the things that husbands should keep in mind as they lead?

5) Why is it important for the wife (and really both spouses) to recognize that Christ alone is the Savior? How does the gospel help in our marriages?

6) Are there limits to her submission? If so, what are those limits?


Afternoon 4:00PM

Sermon Link: https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=621202226357521

Sermon LinkSermon: Orthodox Catechism Question 57: "What comfort do you take from the article of eternal life?"

Answer: That forasmuch as I feel already in my heart the beginning of everlasting life, it shall at length come to pass that after this life I shall enjoy full and perfect bliss, wherein I may magnify God forever, which blessedness surely neither eye has seen, or ear heard, neither has any man in thought conceived it.

Main text for the evening sermon: Romans 8:18-25

Outline: Three Reasons Why We Should Consider Our Future Glory Incomparable to Our Present Sufferings 

1) The Weight of Glory

2) The Freedom of Glory

3) The Hope of Glory

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