Resources for 01/17/2021
Order of Service/Bulletin
Call to Worship
115: All Creatures of Our God and King
2: O Worship the King
42: El Shaddai
We Read God's Word Together (Job 11)
God's Law: Matthew 22:34-40
Private Confession of Sin
God's Gospel: Romans 3:21-26
Handout: It Is Good to Praise the Lord (Psalm 92)
Ephesians 5:18-21: "Be Being Filled with the Spirit, Part 3"
Serving Together in our World
125: Let All Things Now Living
Benediction: Romans 15:13
Resources for Home
Weekly Bible Reading 01/17/21 - 01/23/21
Genesis 16 - 34
An Orthodox Catechism
(c. 1690, Based on the Heidelberg Catechism)
Lord's Day 3
Q. 6. Did God then make man so wicked and perverse?
A. Not so (a). He made him good, and in His own image (b), endowing him with true righteousness and holiness (c), that he might rightly know God his Creator, and heartily love Him, and live with Him blessed forever, and that to laud and magnify Him (d).
(a) Gen. 1:31. (b)Gen. 1:26-27. (c) Eph. 4:24; Col. 3:10. (d) 2 Cor. 3:18.
Q. 7. 7. From what source does the wickedness of man’s nature arise?
A. From the fall and disobedience of our first parents, Adam and Eve (a). For this reason our nature is so corrupt and we are all conceived and born in sin (b).
(a) Rom. 5:12, 18-19. (b) Gen. 5:3; Ps. 51:5.
Q. 8. Are we so corrupt that we are not at all able to do well and are prone to all vice?
A. Indeed we are, except we are regenerated by the Holy Spirit (a).
(a) Eccl. 7:29. (b) Gen. 3. (c) Rom. 5:12-21.
Scripture Memory: Proverbs 13:15