The Covenanter Village Voice
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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 (7/9/23). 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.
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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
This psalm was probably composed by David, soon after his advancement to, and settlement on his throne, 2 Sam. 8. And contains, (1.) His earnest exhortations to persons of all ranks, offices, and states, to praise the Lord, for his everlasting mercy and kindness, ver. 1-4. (2.) By a recital of the great and gracious things which God had done for him, he encourageth himself and others to trust in God alone, ver. 5-18. (3.) His thanksgivings for God’s advancement of him to the throne, notwithstanding of all opposition as typical of the exaltation of Jesus Christ, ver. 19-23. (4.) His, and the priests’ and people’s triumph, in the expected prosperity of his reign; and of the flourishing of the kingdom of Christ, ver. 24-29.
Order of Worship
July 9, 2023
Call to Worship (Psalm 46:1-3)
Psalm (Psalm 118:7-14 to the tune of Fountain)
Old Testament Scripture Reading (1 Samuel 27)
New Testament Scripture Reading (Mark 14:1-31)
Sermon (Daniel #51 Daniel 10:10-15)
Psalm (Psalm 118:15-18 to the tune of Crediton)