Service - 11:00 AM
Heidelberg Catechism, Lord’s Day 11; Isaiah 43
25:1-6; 106:13-18; 66:1-6; 135:1-6
Service - 6:00 PM
Christian’s New Standard of Judgment
Knowing Christ After the Flesh
Knowing Men After the Flesh
Psalms: 122:1-9; 106:19-25; 75:4-10; 16:1-7
cassettes of the worship services, contact Sean Courtney
Quote to Consider:
Albert Barnes on II Corinthians 5:16: "The
carnal mind has no just views of the Redeemer. To every impenitent
sinner He is ‘a root out of a dry ground.’ There is no beauty in Him.
And to every hypocrite, and every deceived professor of religion,
there is really no beauty seen in Him. There is no spontaneous,
elevated, glowing attachment to Him. It is all forced and unnatural.
But to the true Christian there is a beauty seen in His character that
is not seen in any other; and the whole soul loves Him, and embraces
We rejoice with Sean & Maria Hanley in the birth of
a baby boy, Josiah Calvin, yesterday morning. Maria & Josiah
will be at Antrim Hospital until tomorrow (DV).
Rathlin Trip: We are booked to take the 12 PM
ferry this week Saturday, 26 June. Make sure you arrive at the ferry
in Ballycastle in plenty of time. We plan to return on the 5:30 PM
ferry. If you have any questions, please talk to Philip Rainey.
The Reformed Witness Hour next Lord’s Day,
27 June, (8:30-9:00 AM, on Gospel 846MW) is "The Calling of Husbands
and Wives" (Eph. 5:25ff.).
Last week’s offerings: £363.80. Donations:
£10 (C. R. News).
Upcoming lectures (DV):
Friday, 2 July, 8 PM in Ballymena Protestant Hall
on The Last Days.
Friday, 9 July, 7:15 PM, Porthcawl, S. Wales,
Friday, 6 August, 7:15 PM, Porthcawl, S. Wales,
subject to be decided.
PRC News: Rev. Eriks (Loveland, CO) received
the call to Doon PRC. Georgetown PRC will call from a trio of
Revs. A. Brummel (S. Holland, IL), Haak (Bethel, IL), and Key (Hull,
From the Hull PRC Council: "Rev. W. Bekkering,
our missionary to Ghana, has informed our Council and the FMC of
certain health concerns that have affected him. During his annual
physical done in Pella during his furlough, tests showed that Rev.
Bekkering has suffered a series of mini-strokes. Although the effects
are not noticeable in visiting with Rev. Bekkering, these strokes have
affected his memory and thinking processes in a small way. While that
loss cannot be undone, he was given medication and prescribed other
activities to prevent further strokes (DV). At present, he will be
able to continue his labours. Rev. Bekkering and his wife will
continue to carefully monitor his health. If there are any further
developments concerning his health, we will so inform the congregation
and churches. In the meantime, let us continue to be fervent in prayer
for our brother and his wife, together with all our missionaries and
assistants, knowing that our health and strength and the advance of
the gospel are in God’s Fatherly hands."