-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 in church (also available online via Facebook)
Sunday evening at 6:30pm in church (also available online via Facebook)
Lunch hour service
Thursday between 1:00pm and 1:30pm in church (also available online via Facebook)
Saturday morning at Victoria Street (outside the big Boots store) for 10:30am (opposite Town Hall - No. 64). Afterwards we go back to church for prayer.
Preface - The Danites send five men to seek out for them an inheritance, who come to the house of Micah, and are encouraged by the Levite
to proceed on their way. They search Laish, and bring back news of good hope. Six hundred men are sent to surprise the place. On the way they
rob Micah of his consecrated things, and carry off his priest. Micah pursueth them, but is obliged to return for fear of violence. Laish is surprised,
taken possession of, and called Dan. Idolatry is set up in Dan, where Jonathan the Levite and his sons have the priesthood.
Preface - Paul declareth at large the manner of his conversion and call to the apostleship. At the very mentioning of the Gentiles he people
exclaim furiously against him: whereupon the chief captain ordereth to examine him by scourging: which he avoideth by pleading the privilege
of a Roman citizen. He is brought before the Jewish council.
A Puritans Catechism
Q37 - What benefits do believers receive from Christ at the resurrection?
A - At the resurrection, believers, being raised up in glory, shall be openly acknowledged and acquitted in the day of judgment, and made perfectly blessed both in soul and body in the full enjoying of God to all eternity.
Robert Murray M'Cheyne - God Makes A Path - Daily Devotional Readings
Confirming the souls of the disciples, and exhorting them to continue in the faith, and that we must through much tribulation enter into the
kingdom of God. Acts 14 v 22
We naturally shrink from pain. Many would like to go round; no, we must go through. Many would be willing to have a little; but no, we must
through much tribulation enter the kingdom. There are three streams of trouble peculiar to believers.
Persecution - Let us go without the camp bearing His reproach - take up our cross daily. This is what Moses had to bear, and Lot, and all God's
children, - trials of cruel mocking and scourging.
Temptations - There is a 'need be' for this also. Satan is a fearful enemy. Before conversion, we know little of him. Those who are determined to
win glory, will feel his fiery darts. There is a design on Satan's part. He will not suffer us to go quietly into the kingdom. And on God's part, too, He
wants us to know what we are saved from.
Concern for unconverted souls. - This is one of the deep afflictions of a child of God. He is afflicted for unconverted kindred. It may be father,
mother, sister, brother, friend; the sife of his bosom, or the children of his love; unconverted neighbours, an unbelieving world. This is a sorrow he
must carry with him to the grave.
O dear friends, amed up your minds to carry the cross daily. Forewarned is to be fore-armed. All God's children go through these tribulations.