I. Opening Song
II. Call To Worship
Reading: Psalm 107:1-9
Call: This is the Word of the Lord.
Response: Praise be to God
Individual Call: Psalm 139:23-24,
23 Search me, O God, and know my heart!
Try me and know my thoughts!
24 And see if there be any grievous way in me,
and lead me in the way everlasting!
Lord, it is so foreign to us, the notion that in your presence there is no distinction between the rich and the poor, the young and the old, the citizen and the alien, but all whom you have redeemed are precious in your sight. You have chosen the weak things of this world to put the strong to shame, and you have chosen things which are dishonorable, despised and of no account, in order to bring to nothing the things that boast. Yet, Lord, our sinful hearts love to tear apart that which you have sown together. With evil thoughts we judge other people, we despise those who you love, and we exalt those who curse you. We are so easily impressed with those whom before you melt like wax, and we long for the glory of ashes when you have placed eternity in our hearts. Lord, we come before you as fickle men and women unworthy to stand in your presence. So we confess our sins before you now
Response: Father, forgive us.
Song: “Your Mercy”
IV. Assurance of Pardon
Church, the mercy of our Father is a mystery our feeble minds cannot fathom. Within the triune God there is a grace so glorious that we could easily drown in its melody, we sink into its beauty as the power of the gospel restores his people, may our lips never stop singing praises to the king who sits on the throne. Oh Church, in Christ there is a radiant righteousness that wraps us in robes of royalty, where we stand not as wretches but as redeemed. We rejoice now and for all time for the lamb has received the wrath of our rebellion. He has pardoned us from the penalty of our sins and has paved the path to paradise by the power of his resurrection. Church, you have this assurance of pardon that by the powerful name of Jesus your sins are forgiven
Response: Praise be to God!
Song: “King Of Love"
The Book of James
James 2:1-13 | Pastor Kyle Lammott
As a child of the King, you may eat and drink at the table He has prepared for you. Together we shall celebrate His victory & proclaim His death until He returns to feast with us again. Take heart; He has not forgotten you.
Song: “The Stand”
VII. Offering: (You may place your Connect Cards in the offering basket)
Now may we respond by faithfully and generously giving of our resources to advance the work of the Gospel and God’s kingdom on earth.
Song: “All Glory Be To Christ”
Call: Ephesians 3:20-21,
20 Now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think, according to the power at work within us, 21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.