Hello friends and happy day of worship! I hope that you will join us for the fifth Sunday in lent which continues our series of "Again and Again." This series, much like Lent itself, is a call of lament as we process the events of Jesus death as much as it is an opportunity for repentance so that true change can come forth. This week she preaches "Again and Again: We are Reformed" you can find watch the service right here! I think the message is really applicable to what the prophet's were calling the people to do. Reform and make your ways be God's ways. May that message remain true today. Let's see what Ezekiel has to say to the people of his day.
Scripture to Read
Questions to Consider
What does this teach me about God?
Why do I think this was written? What clues does it give about what the people were struggling with at the time?
How, if at all, does this apply to our world today or to me personally?
Today we will finish the final entry in our "Words of the Bible" series looking at iniquity. While it might sound weird to say "enjoy" to a video like that, I think you will find it very helpful in dampening some of the scary words we associate with faith and God.
I invite you to pray hymn 189, Fairest Lord Jesus in however it is that your soul sings out :)
1 Fairest Lord Jesus, ruler of all nature, O thou of God and man the Son, thee will I cherish, thee will I honor, thou, my soul's glory, joy, and crown.
2 Fair are the meadows, fairer still the woodlands, robed in the blooming garb of spring: Jesus is fairer, Jesus is purer, who makes the woeful heart to sing.
3 Fair is the sunshine, fairer still the moonlight, and all the twinkling starry host: Jesus shines brighter, Jesus shines purer than all the angels heaven can boast.
4 Beautiful Savior! Lord of all the nations! Son of God and Son of Man! Glory and honor, praise, adoration, now and forevermore be thine.