Redeemer Church Riverview
Ten Laws for Life: What Gets Your Fire Burning
November 1, 2020
Main Scripture Reference(s)
Exodus 20:

Ten Laws for Life: What Gets Your Fire Burning

November 1, 2020 / Exodus 20:

ORDER OF WORSHIP

Come Sing To The Lord A New Song

Welcome
Song of Praise “Build Your Kingdom Here”
Call to Worship Psalm 95:1-5
Song of Praise “Praise to The Lord The Almighty”
Confession of Faith Revelation 5:9-10
Song of Praise “At The Cross”
Prayer of Adoration
Greet One Another
Ministry Spotlight International Day of Prayer
For The Persecuted Church
Prayer of Intercession
Giving of God’s Tithe and Our Offerings
Song of Preparation “Come Thou Fount”
Scripture Readings Exodus 20:4-6; Psalm 96:1-13
Dismiss Children
Sermon “Ten Laws For Life: What Gets Your Fire Burning” Craig Swartz
Prayer of Commitment
Song of Response “Days Of Elijah”
Benediction

SERMON NOTES:

Ronald Reagan:

“America needs God more than God needs America. If we ever forget that we are ‘one nation under God’ than we will be one nation gone under.”

Francis Schaeffer: “Every one of the great revivals has tremendous social implications.”

Brother Lawrence: “The end we ought to propose to ourselves is to become, in this life, the most perfect worshippers of God we can possibly be, as we hope to be through all eternity.”

H. C. Leupold: “Throbs with the hope of the Lord’s coming.”

  1. Worship entails:  TO THE LORD A  (verses 1-3)

1 Chronicles 16:8-13

Revelation 5:9-10

John Owen the puritan writer says it this way: “Access into the presence of God is when you open to him and he opens to you and you rest in him as the fulfillment of your deepest desires.”

G. Campbell Morgan: “If the song of the Lord begins in the heart, it always grows into the chorus in which others are included in its music.”

2.  Worship entails:  THE LORD ALL THE  (verses 4-6)

Psalm 96:4-6

1 Corinthians 8:4

Westminster Shorter Catechism Question 1:

Leader:  What is the chief end of man?

People:  Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy him forever.

3. Worship entails:  THE LORD HIS  (VERSES 7-9)

Psalm 96:7-9

Webster’s dictionary:

“To refer to a supposed cause, source, or authorto say or think that (something) is caused by, comes from, or is associated with a particular person or thing.”

J. J. Stewart Perowne: “We go into God’s courts… to give rather than to get.”

4. Worship entails:  TO THE LORD’S  (verses 10-13)

Psalm 96:10-13

Bud Bultman:

“We in the media watched in astonishment as the walls of totalitarianism came crashing down. But in the rush to cover the cataclysmic events, the story behind the story was overlooked. We trained our cameras on hundreds of thousands of people praying for freedom, votive candles in hand, and yet we missed the transcendent dimension, the explicitly spiritual and religious character of the story. We looked right at it and could not see it.”

Revelation 19:6-7a

5. Worship entails:  TO THE LORD’S 

Matthew 10:37-39

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