-Give thanks to God for many good things we enjoy and daily blessings.
-Pray the Lord would supply the needs of those in the congregation at Westminster and guide us as we help those destitute and suffering. Especially those we have met in the pandemic. (Numbers 6.24-26.)
Sunday morning at 11:00am
Sunday evening at 7:30pm
Bible study and prayer
Wednesday evening at 7:00pm in church
Lunch hour service
Thursday between 1:00pm and 1:30pm
Saturday morning at 10:00am in church for prayer - 10:30am at Victoria Street (Opposite Church Hall - outside the big Boots store).
Preface - Israel is oppressed by Jabin and Sisera. Deborah stirreth up Barak to their deliverance. Deborah and Barak go up with an army to mount Tabor. Sisera is defeated. He fleeth to the tent of Jael, who killeth him, Jabin is totally subdued.
Preface - The disciples being dispersed by reason of a great persecution at Jerusalem, a church is planted by Philip in Samaria; Simon the sorcerer is baptized with many others. Peter and John are sent thither, who by prayer and imposition of hands give the Holy Ghost. Simeon offereth money for this power, is sharply reproved by Peter for his wickedness and hypocrisy, and admonished to repent: the apostles return to Jerusalem, having preached the word. Philip is sent by an angel to convert and baptize an Ethiopian eunuch.
A Puritans Catechism
Q23 - How does Christ execute the office of a prophet?
A - Christ executes the office of a prophet, in revealing to us, by his Word and Spirit, the will of God for our salvation.
Robert Murray M'Cheyne - God Makes A Path - Daily Devotional Readings
In time of death
The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death - 1 Corinthians 15 v 26
Few ever think of dying till dying comes. The last enemy that shall be overcome is Death; and an awful enemy he is. We go alone. No earthly friend goes with us. We never went the way before. It is all strange and new. The results are eternal. If we have not rightly believed, it is too late to mend. These are some of the solemn thoughts that overshadow the soul. What can give peace? None but Jesus; the sight of Jesus as a Redeemer, the same yesterday, today, and forever; the same sight we got when first we knew the Lord, when first He chose us and we chose Him, when first He said, 'Seek ye my face,' and we said to Him, 'Thy face, Lord, shall we seek.' To see Him as a God of truth, the Lord that changes not, the unchanging One, the same Jesus; thus to see Him and to cry, 'Into thy hands I commit my spirit' - this is peace.