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Ten Laws for Life: Loving the Lord Your God
October 18, 2020

Ten Laws for Life: Loving the Lord Your God

October 18, 2020

ORDER OF WORSHIP:

Welcome
Song of Praise “My Lighthouse”
Call to Worship Revelation 15: 3b-4
Song of Praise “O Worship The King”
Confession of Faith Philippians 2:8-11
Song of Praise “10,000 Reasons/What A Beautiful Name”
Prayer of Adoration
Greet One Another
Ministry Spotlight
Prayer of Intercession
Giving of God’s Tithe and Our Offerings
Song of Preparation “Heal Us Emmanuel”
Scripture Readings Exodus 20:1-3; 1 Timothy 2:1-6
Dismiss Children
Sermon “Ten Laws For Life: Loving The Lord Your God…” Craig Swartz
Prayer of Commitment
Song of Response “It Is Well”
Benediction

SERMON NOTES:

Redeemer’s Motto:

“To be a community of believers who are developing a passion for Christ by equipping the saints and reaching the lost.”

C. S. Lewis:

“If the church is not making disciples, then all the cathedrals, clergy, missions, sermons, even the Bible, are a waste of time.”

  1. THE  OF THE 

1 Timothy 2:5-6

R. C. Sproul:

 “Both Father and Son willed the salvation of the elect and worked together to bring it to pass. On the cross, Christ did not persuade the Father to do something He did not want to do. His coming into the world to save the elect was a result of the love of our triune God.”

C.S. Lewis:

“To preach Christianity meant (to the Apostles) primarily to preach the Resurrection. … The Resurrection is the central theme in every Christian sermon reported in the Acts. The Resurrection, and its consequences, were the ‘gospel’ or good news which the Christians brought.”

C.S. Lewis:

“Jesus Christ has opened a cleft into the pitiless walls of the universe and He has brought the life of God into our midst and he bids us come inside.”

2. THE  OF OUR 

Hebrews 10:4

Augustus M. Toplady:

“Not the labor of my hands can fulfill Thy law’s demands

Could my zeal no respite know could my tears forever flow

All for sin could not atone Thou must save and Thou alone”

Toyohiko Kagawa:

“I am grateful for Shinto, for Confucianism and for Buddhism…I owe much to these faiths.  Yet these three faiths utterly failed to minister to my heart’s deepest needs.  I was a pilgrim journeying on a long road that had no turning.I was weary, I was foot sore. I wandered through a dark and dismal world where tragedies were thick. Buddhism teaches great compassion, but since the beginning of time who has ever, ever declared, ‘this is the blood of the covenant which is poured out for many, the remission of sins.’”

Bishop Leslie Newbigin:

“If, in fact, it is true that Almighty God, creator and sustainer of all that exists in heaven and on earth, has – at a known time and place in human history – so humbled himself as to become part of our sinful humanity, and to suffer and die a shameful death to take away our sin, and to rise from the dead as the first-fruit of a new creation, if this is a fact, then to affirm it is not arrogance.

To remain quiet about it is treason to our fellow human beings.

It is really true, as it is, that ‘the Son of God loved me and gave himself up for me,’ how can I agree that this amazing act of matchless grace should merely become part of a syllabus for the ‘comparative study of religions’?”

3. THE  OF ALL 

Acts 4:19-20

Gary Inrig:

“Sharing in God’s mission is not our hobby…it is our purpose.”

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