Redeemer Church Digital Bulletin

Called to the Truth

June 6, 2021   /   Redeemer Church Riverview


We Worship Jesus The Truth

Song of Praise “Hear The Call Of The Kingdom”
Call to Worship Psalm 86:11-13
Song of Praise “How Firm A Foundation”
Confession of Faith John 8:31b-32
Song of Praise “Only A Holy God”
Prayer of Adoration
Greet One Another
Confession of Sin Strassburg Liturgy
Assurance of Pardon 1 John 1:9
Prayer of Intercession
Giving of God’s Tithes and Our Offerings
Song of Preparation “Who You Say I Am”
Scripture Reading Exodus 20:16; Colossians 3:1-11
Sermon “Ten Laws For Life: Speak The Truth” Craig Swartz
Prayer of Commitment
Song of Preparation “Here Is Love”
Celebration of the Lord’s Supper
Song of Response “Jesus Thank You”


Matthew 12:36


John Calvin:

“The tongue exists to reveal our hearts.”

Proverbs 18:21

C.S. Lewis:

“The reason that the Germans killed the Jews was that they hated them. The reason that they hated them was that they killed them.”

Tim Keller:

“Sticks and stones can only break my bones but words can pollute, distort and destroy my very soul.”


“What is done to you is of very little account compared to what is said about you. Words can destroy confidence, morale, relationships, marriages and families in ways that sticks and stones can’t.”

Tony Evans:

“That is why we must surrender our whole selves to Christ and remember that when we call Him Lord, that makes Him our master and it makes us His slaves. Only then, with the tongue submitted to the perfect will of God, can we hope to master this great power we have been given to bless Him and bless others with our loving and empowering words.”


John 14:6


G. K. Chesterton:

“When tolerance becomes your principle virtue, all it means is that you have no convictions.”

Roger Lundin:

“In a world where all truth is made rather than found, thought has no task except that of constructing interpretations that may help us live contentedly in a world where nothing is at stake beyond the therapist’s manipulable sense of wellbeing.”


“Remember your tongue is a wet place, and it can slip easily.”


Pascal Blaise:

“Truth is so obscure nowadays and lies are so well established that unless we love the truth we will never recognize it.”

Isaiah 53:7

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