Saturday, February 15, 2014

Sunday Preview for February 16, 2014

After worship one Sunday, the song leader for that morning came up and gave me the obligatory compliment, "Good sermon." I thanked him and told him I appreciated the songs as well. He raised his hands in humble protest and said, "Well, it's nothing like what you do up there." I reminded him that although the sermon may be involved in scriptural commands regarding the assembly, there is no clear command that a formal sermon must be presented when the church gathers to worship. We ARE, however, clearly commanded at least twice to sing songs of praise to God and encourage one another. What exactly are we to sing and how are we to sing it? Join us Sunday morning as we continue our series on the "Sweet Sixteens Part Seven: Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs (Colossians 3:16)." Sunday evening we will examine Paul's advice on what to do when we feel mistreated or unappreciated by others. We must remember to "Be Patient When Wronged (2nd Timothy 2:24). Hope to see you there!

In His service,
Rob Lester <9)))><

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