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WEEKLY BULLETIN

Lord’s Day Worship at Grace Presbyterian Church 

Sunday morning, February 25, 2024 

Theme of the Quarter: Psalm 34:8 

Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! Blessed is the man who takes refuge in him! 

 

Welcome & announcements 

Prelude 

*Receiving the Lord’s call to come to him in worship – Psalm 98:1-3 

Pastor: Oh sing to the LORD a new song, for he has done marvelous things! His right hand and his holy arm have worked salvation for him.  

Congregation: The LORD has made known his salvation; he has revealed his righteousness in the sight of the nations.  

He has remembered his steadfast love and faithfulness to the house of Israel.  

All the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God. 

*Lifting Our Hearts to the Lord in Humble Adoration & Praise 

Pastor: Almighty and everlasting God, you have so marvelously worked salvation in fulfillment of your gracious promises to the house of Israel. Spread the news of that salvation throughout the earth and open up the hearts of your people to receive it with joy even today, in order that all nations might praise, honor and glorify you through Jesus Christ your Son, in whose name we pray together the prayer he taught his disciples… 

Congregation: Our Father… 

*Singing the praise of the triune God 

“Sing to the Lord, Sing His Praise” (from Psalm 96) Trinity Hymnal 62:1-4 

Hearing the Word of God from the New Testament 

Mark 12:1-12 

Confessing our rebellion before our holy God 

Hearing the Word of God from the Old Testament  

Isaiah 53:1-12 

Bringing our prayers to the living God  

*Marveling at the grace of our God 

“How Sweet and Awesome Is the Place” Trinity Hymnal 469 

*Confessing our faith together 

Westminster Larger Catechism Q83 

Q83: What is the communion in glory with Christ which the members of the invisible church enjoy in this life? 
A83: The members of the invisible church have communicated to them in this life the firstfruits of glory with Christ, as they are members of him their head, and so in him are interested in that glory which he is fully possessed of; and, as an earnest thereof, enjoy the sense of God’s love, peace of conscience, joy in the Holy Ghost, and hope of glory; as, on the contrary, sense of God’s revenging wrath, horror of conscience, and a fearful expectation of judgment, are to the wicked the beginning of their torments which they shall endure after death. 

*Praising the Lord with the Doxology  

“Book Three Doxology” (Psalm 89:52) (Book of Psalms for Worship 89H):  

Now to the LORD all blessings be ascribed forever then; 

Forevermore, so let it be! Amen, and yes, Amen! 

*Bringing our tithes and offerings to the Lord with prayer  

Asking God to bless our hearing of his Word 

(Children age 4 through K may be dismissed to Children’s Church) 

Giving heed to the Word of God 

Romans 5:6-11 

Why Christ Jesus Died - Rev. Nicholas Davelaar 

I. Christ died for us. (vv. 6-8) 

 

 

II. Christ died for our justification. (vv. 9-10) 

 

 

III. Christ died for our salvation. (vv. 9-10) 

 

 

IV. Christ died for our joy. (v. 11) 

 

 

*Rejoicing in the grace of our God and his Christ 

“There Is a Green Hill Far Away” Trinity Hymnal 256 

*Being sent out into the world with the Lord’s benediction   


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