Online Service: 24th May
(Link to Song Lyrics)
We’re continuing to look at the a sample of the Psalms this week by looking at Psalm 13 together. Apologies for the sound quality of the message as you may be able to hear the drilling going on next door!
Song: Great is Thy Faithfulness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIs9PMYOwA8&list=PLuMu6rATS5aF4ymQIrQRpscwTYyjF0iug
Reading: Psalm 13
The next song is a new song about the greatness of God’s mercy outweighing our sin.
Song: His Mercy is More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijsjA5Yf8XA
Kid’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuxA1IapZUI
Key Worker Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aj8QpmSSXto
- Let’s respond in prayer to the points brought out in the interview, praying for staff serving as nurses and doctors.
- Pray for Kate as she seeks to work from home with the current restrictions. Pray that she may be able to serve the community well and seek to be a good witness to the gospel as opportunities present themselves.
-Pray for those Kate seeks to help as many in our nation are struck with fear and uncertainty. Pray that Kate may display the peace found only in Christ.
The closing song is one we used in a recent online service. We haven’t sung it yet at church although it is in our new supplement. It is a song of God’s constant faithfulness at all times.
Song: Never Once: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2CpU39tM0c
- The book of Psalms contains a range of emotions, prayers and responses to God. Do I find that my prayers are always sounding the same? Are there times when I find it more difficult to pray or parts of my life I find it more difficult to bring to the Lord? Why not use the Psalms to express the things you find it difficult to pray through.
- With certain freedoms being taken from us, can I use the net few weeks to establish good habits in prayer. Are there times I can set aside for private prayer or for prayer with family, spouse or children? Are there friends I can partner with in prayer?