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Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set (Prov.22:28)

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Please find below the Order of Worship for this coming Lord’s Day (2/11/24). Worship will begin at 11:00 a.m. (Pacific time), 12:00 p.m. (Mountain time), 1:00 p.m. (Central time), and 2:00 p.m. (Eastern time). Let’s plan to be in the Conference Room 10 minutes early.

*** Use the following You Tube link and click on the worship service for today.

DIAL-IN NUMBER: 1-605-313-5156 

ACCESS CODE: 287176#

***** For those interested in listening to past sermons, the church has its own Sermon Audio site, which you can access at:

Reformed Presbytery in North America GM

***** In addition, you may also find helpful information about the Reformed Presbytery in North America (RPNA) at our website:

Reformed Presbytery in North America (General Meeting) – RPNA (GM)

/ Please refer any questions related to live-streaming for worship to Rachael Hackler:
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Let us be prepared and ready to glorify and enjoy our gracious God in worship this Lord’s Day.

With brotherly affection,
Greg L. Price


Psalm 126

A Song of degrees.

This psalm relates to some remarkable deliverance of the Jewish church, perhaps from Babylon, as typical of those of the gospel church; and, (1.) Represents great admiration of, and thankfulness for the deliverance, ver. 1-3. (2.) Contains prayers for, and encouragement to saints exercised with tribulations, ver. 4-6.

While I sing, let me admire the Lord’s kindness to my country, to his gospel church ­ to mankind ­ to my soul. And, in my remaining distress, personal or relative, let me sow in mourning and supplication, that I may through grace reap joyful deliverances, and everlasting consolations.

Psalm 127

A Song of degrees of Solomon.

This psalm relates to David’s orders for building the temple, 1 Chron. 22, 28; or to Solomon’s actual building of it, 2 Chron. 2-6. It teacheth us constant dependence on God, in all our concerns; particularly in, (1.) Prospering our undertakings, or rearing our families; and in protecting our residence and country, ver. 1. (2.) In enriching us without excessive care or labour, ver. 2. (3.) In giving us agreeable heirs to possess our substance, ver. 3-5.

In all my undertakings, let me set the Lord always before me! and depend on his blessing, as the source of my success. In all my enjoyments, let my care be to enjoy God himself.


Order of Worship

February 11, 2024

Call to Worship (Psalm 84:10-11)

Prayer (Stand)

Psalm (Psalm 126 to the tune of Weymouth)

Old Testament Scripture Reading (2 Samuel 24)

Prayer (Stand)

New Testament Scripture Reading (Luke 12:35-59)     

Sermon (Israel: Past, Present, and Future #14—Ezekiel 40:1-5)

Prayer (Stand)

Psalm (Psalm 127 to the tune of Bethlehem)

Benediction (Stand)

“Now the Lord of peace himself give you peace always by all means. The Lord be with you all” 

2 Thessalonians 3:16.


158 WEYMOUTH – Full (per Psalter -2)

150x BETHLEHEM – Full (per RPCNA Psalter -4)

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