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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 (7/23/23). 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.

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***** 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:

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/ 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 119

This psalm is a collection of David’s precious thoughts, sorrowful complaints, humble petitions, and holy resolutions, which, it seems he had written down as they occurred, and which, in the end of his life, he digested into the form in which they now stand, consisting of as many parts as there are letters in the Hebrew alphabet, the eight verses of each always beginning with the same letter in the original. The general scope of it is to magnify God’s word, and make it honourable. To intimate that it informs us of whatever we ought to expect from God in the way of gracious donation, and of whatever he may expect from us in the way of grateful returns of duty, it is represented under ten different characters, one or other of which is to be found in every verse, except the 122nd and 132nd: As God’s Law, because framed and published by him as our Sovereign ­ His Commandments, because given with authority, and lodged with us as a trust ­ His Precepts, because peremptorily prescribed, and not left as a thing indifferent ­ His Statutes, because fixed and determined, and of perpetual obligation ­ His Word, because it is the declaration of his mind, and Christ, his essential Word, is all and in all therein ­ His Way, because it represents Christ, the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and is the rule of our faith and obedience ­ His Testimonies, because therein God, upon his word, his oath, and writ, declares to men the truths necessary to be known, in order to his honour and their salvation, as ratified in the death of his Son ­ His Judgments, because it is framed in infinite wisdom, and by it we must both judge and be judged (but in verses 75, 84, 121, judgment denotes righteous conduct) ­ His Righteousness, because it is holy, just, and good, and is the perfect standard of righteousness ­ And his Truth, or Faithfulness, because its leading truths are eternal, and the faithfulness of God is pledged in every point thereof.

While I sing, let me all along enter into the spirit of the psalm. Let my delight be in God’s testimonies; my desires after God’s presence; and my endeavours to have God honoured. Let God’s word be my rule, my food, my armour, my wealth, my comfort; and God himself, as therein revealed and bestowed, be my everlasting and infinite all.

Aleph, The 1st Part

Here, (1.) David marks out holy men as the only blessed men, ver. 1-3. (2.) Begs that, to his own honour and satisfaction, he may be helped of God to an upright observance of his laws, ver. 4-6. (3.) In the faith of God’s direction and assistance, he resolves to praise and obey him, ver. 7-8.


Order of Worship

July 23, 2023

Call to Worship (Psalm 47:6-7)

Prayer (Stand)

Psalm (Psalm 119:1-4 to the tune of Kilmarnock)

Old Testament Scripture Reading (1 Samuel 29)

Prayer (Stand)

New Testament Scripture Reading (Mark 15:1-21)     

Sermon (Daniel #53–Daniel 10:13)

Prayer (Stand)

Psalm (Psalm 119:5-8 to the tune of Ballerma)

Benediction (Stand)
“The eternal God is thy refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms” Deuteronomy 33:27.


Ps 119_001-008 (079 KILMARNOCK – Full (Per Psalter -3))

Ps 119_005-008 (028 BALLERMA – Full (per Psalter -3))

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