Church and Religion
Romans 1:8-17
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Words from Rom 1:1-17
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words from Matt 28
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A Feast to Remember Exodus 12:43-50; 13:3-10 Summary: Every month when we take the Lord's Supper, we stop to look back and remember what Jesus did for us on the cross. Even more, God promises to meet us there and give us grace to make us spiritually strong in Christ. This is so much like what God commanded Israel to do when they ate the Passover meal and celebrated a special holiday called
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Revelation 7:9-17 NRSV
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Matthew 26:36-46
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Exodus 12:29-42 Get Out! Summary: Today we finally see God completely defeating his enemies and delivering his people from slavery. But why is this so important for us? Let's see how God judges his enemies and saves his people to see why we need to hear this: Outline: 1. The judgment of God is inevitable 2. The Exodus of God is unstoppable 3. The care of God over us is perpetual Verse: Exodus 12:31 (ESV)31 Then he summoned Moses and Aaron by night and said, “Up, go out from among my people, both you and the people of Israel; and go, serve the Lord, as you have said. Discussion Questions: 1. How does the night of the final plague foreshadow God's final judgment? What might have been the Israelite's experience that night as the judgment of God fell around them? 2. Why might there be so many small details included in this account of the Exodus? (For example, v. 34 about the kneading bowls, v. 39 about unleavened bread, the number of people in v. 37, etc.). How might this help us as we read this historical event? 3. How is God's constant watchful care proved to us in this event? 4. What about these events should deepen our faith in Christ and trust in Him as we live in this evil world?
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These words were in our lessons for June and July. See if you can find all of them.
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Ephesians 4:1-16 NRSV
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1 Kings 18:1-19, 36-46 Open the Gates!
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Ephesians 2:11-22 NRSV
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Call to Worship: Revelation 21:3-5 “And I heard a voice... ...for these words are trustworthy and true.” Confession of Sin: Psalm 51:3-4 “For I know my transgressions,...” Assurance of Grace Ephesian 2:8-10 Sermon Text Ephesians 3:1-21 The Mystery of the Gospel Outline 1. The Mystery of Christ through the gospel 3:1-7 2. The Plan of the mystery 3:8-13 3. Strengthened through His Spirit 3:14-21 Lord’s Supper Benediction
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Ephesians 1:1-14 NRSV
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Ephesians 2:11-22 “Brought Near.”
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Mark 6:30-34, 53-56 NRSV
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Exodus 12:1-28 The Passover Summary: Today we hear more about God's final mighty judgment on Egypt in Exodus 12. Listen today for the word
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2 Samuel 6:1-15
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Exodus 11 The Firstborn Summary: Today in our sermon on Exodus we hear God give warning of a final plague: all of the firstborn sons in Egypt will die. This sounds pretty terrible! But let’s think about it today, and remember why God brings judgment for sin: Outline: 1. Plundering the Egyptians 2. The wages of sin is death 3. God protects His people from death Verse: Exodus 11:1 The Lord said to Moses, “Yet one plague more I will bring upon Pharaoh and upon Egypt. Afterward he will let you go from here.” Questions for devotions and family worship: 1. Why do you think God brought this last plague of killing the firstborn in Egypt? Do you think they deserved this? Why or why not? Read Exodus 1 again to remember Pharaoh’s sin against Israel. 2. How did God show great mercy to Israel in this chapter? How does he protect us from the wages of sin? 3. Why do you think God allowed the Israelites to plunder the Egyptians? What does this teach us about God?
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Jeremiah 32:1-3a, 6-15 NRSV
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Exodus 10:21-29 Darkness Summary: Have you ever been afraid of the dark? If so, you might be able to imagine the fear that came upon the Egyptians when God blocked out the sun for three days in their land. It was so dark, no one could even leave their homes! God was showing His ultimate power to Pharaoh. But He protected his people and gave them light. Let's listen in today, and remember that, if we know Jesus, we have the Light of the World: 1. The defeat of the sun god 2. The darkness of sin 3. The Light of the world Verse: John 8:12 (ESV)...“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” Questions for personal and family worship. Use these questions for your own devotions this week, or for family worship at home with your children: 1. Have you ever been afraid of the dark? Why do you think darkness is so frightening? Why might God have cast Pharaoh and his people into this long, dark night? 2. What does darkness signify in the Bible? Read what the Bible says about darkness in Matthew 25:30, John 3:19-21, and John 8:12. See also Revelation 16:10-11. 3. How does Jesus overcome the darkness that is in this world? How does he want to cast His light into the darkness in your own heart?
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