Dear Brothers and Sisters:
In addition to this week’s sermon, I have provided a brief status report on building reopening plans and deliberations, so be sure to watch.
Here is the worship guide for this Sunday, May 24, 2020.
Links to each video in the Online Order of Worship:
- Sermon: https://youtu.be/PNCYD35VKWo
- Children’s Sermon: https://youtu.be/0LJGJAK1Gq4
- My Savior’s Love: https://youtu.be/ywIIB3JDcEA
- Man of Sorrows: https://youtu.be/gXjnP6CiYik
How can we give our tithes and offerings?
As the needs of our members and the church continue, you may continue to give online: https://www.eagleheightspca.org/giving/
May God bless you and your families,
Family Worship Guide – May 24, 2020
- Sermon: “The Evidence of Saving Faith”
- Scripture: 1 John 3:11-18
- John 8:44
- John 2:23-25
- Matthew 5:21-22
- Isaiah 53:3-5
- John 13:34-35
- Acts 3:1-10
- Ezekiel 36:26-28
Suggested Hymns for Family Singing:
O Father, You are Sovereign – Trinity Hymnal #75
O Father, You are sovereign in all the worlds You made; Your mighty Word was spoken, and light and life obeyed. Your voice commands the seasons and bounds the ocean’s shore, Sets stars within their courses and stills the tempests’ roar.
O Father, You are sovereign in all affairs of man; No powers of death or darkness can thwart Your perfect plan. All chance and change transcending, supreme in time and space, You hold your trusting children secure in Your embrace.
O Father, You are sovereign the Lord of human pain, Transmuting earthly sorrows to gold of heavenly gain, All evil overruling, as none but Conqueror could, Your love pursues its purpose—our souls’ eternal good.
O Father, You are sovereign! We see You dimly now, But soon before Your triumph earth’s every knee shall bow. With this glad hope before us our faith springs forth anew: Our Sovereign Lord and Savior, we trust and worship You!
Man of Sorrows, What a Name! – Trinity Hymnal #246
Man of Sorrows, what a name for the Son of God, who came ruined sinners to reclaim: Hallelujah! What a Savior!
Bearing shame and scoffing rude, in my place condemned He stood, sealed my pardon with His blood: Hallelujah! What a Savior!
Guilty, vile, and helpless, we; spotless Lamb of God was He; full atonement! Can it be? Hallelujah! What a Savior!
Lifted up was He to die, “It is finished!” was His cry; now in heav’n exalted high: Hallelujah! What a Savior!
When He comes, our glorious King, all His ransomed home to bring, then anew this song we’ll sing: Hallelujah! What a Savior!