We should, like C. H. Spurgeon, look at everything through its relation to the glory of God. Afterall, everything God does is ultimately for his glory, so we too should, whether we eat or drink or whatever we do, do it all for God's glory (1 Cor. 10:31).
Christ Church Presbyterian is a new church in the Northwest Knox area of Knoxville. You're invited to join us Sundays at 9:30 am to worship our Triune-God. Christ Church also gathers Sunday evenings at 5:00 pm and Wednesdays at 6:00 pm. Visit www.ComeToChrist.Church to learn more. We pray the Lord will bless you through the pulpit ministry of Christ Church Presbyterian. Soli Deo Gloria!
Psalm 150 ─ Here we sing the final Doxology! The momentum of the Psalter reaches its climactic conclusion, calling the people of God and all living things to praise the Lord! Psalm 150 describes our primary purpose for existence, PRAISE! ─ to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. The imperative of praise appears 13 times in 6 verses.
The great fourth century Trinitarian theologian, Athanasius, wrote, "I believe that a man can find nothing more glorious than the Psalms; for they embrace the whole life of man, the affections of his mind, and the motions of his soul. To praise and glorify God, he can select a Psalm suited to every occasion, and thus will find that they were written for him."
The latest message from Emmanuel Reformed Church in our ongoing series through the Book of Ephesians "The Glory of Christ in the Life of the Church." In this message, Pastor Carl looks at Ephesians 1:15-23 in a sermon titled "Open the Eyes of My Heart."
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Greetings and welcome! This is our worship service on June 25, 2023. Today we continue our series in the Psalms with Psalm 100. Know ye that the Lord, He is God. Our society is a reflection of what it looks like to forget. Thanks for joining us!
Pastor Brewer teaches on the final petition of the Lord's Prayer, as described in the Westminster Larger Catechism Question #197. "For thine is the kingdom .." may have been added to the original prayer some centuries before the KJV was published, as that sentence is not found in the earliest manuscripts of holy scripture. Nonetheless, it serves as a superb conclusion, a doxology with which to send our prayers to the Lord.