Protestant Reformed Church
Lord’s Day, 24
after thy lovingkindness; so shall I keep
of thy mouth" (Ps. 119:88)
Morning Service -
What is a Jew? [download]
Scripture Reading: Romans
Text: Romans 2:28-29
I. The Wrong Answer
II. The Right Answer
III. Two Important
Psalms: 40:1-5; 27:5-8;
119:57-64; 73:1-3, 24-28
Evening Service - 6:00 PM
God’s Gracious Providence for His People [download]
Scripture Reading: Psalm 25
Text: Heidelberg Catechism,
Lord’s Day 10
I. The Father’s Hand
II. Never Outside His Will!
Psalms: 103:1-7; 27:9-14;
Contact Sean Courtney
(email@example.com) for CDs of the sermons and
DVDs of the worship services.
CPRC website: www.cprc.co.uk
Quotes to Consider:
C. H. Spurgeon: "I certainly do not approve of
the practice by which some people say they can tell the Lord’s will by
just opening the Bible and noticing the first text which catches the
their eye ... I should think myself no more justified in seeking
guidance in that way than I should in shuffling a pack of cards. I could
no more expect to be guided by a text of Scripture, picked out in that
haphazard style, than by a gypsy. No, no; we are above all that kind of
A. W. Pink: " ... seek unto the Lord for Him to
empty your heart of every wish of your own. It is impossible for us to
sincerely pray ‘Thy will be done,’ until our own will has, by the power
of the Holy Spirit, been brought into complete subjection to God. Just
so long as there is secret (but real) preference in my heart, my
judgment will be biased. While my heart is really set upon the
attainment of a certain object, then I am only mocking God when I ask
Him to make His way plain before my face; and I am sure to misinterpret
all His providences, twisting them to fit my own desire. If an obstacle
be in my path, I shall then regard it as a ‘testing of faith’; if a
barrier be removed, I at once jump to the conclusion that God is
‘undertaking’ for me, when instead He may be testing, on the eve of
giving me up to my own ‘heart’s lusts’ (Ps. 81:12)."
Announcements (subject to God’s will):
We welcome Sam, Manuel and Rob from Limerick
to our worship services today. Everyone is welcome to stay for tea
after the evening service.
Martyn arrives back this Thursday. He will bring
a word of edification to us at both services on the next 4 Lord’s Days.
Rev. Stewart will give a lecture in Limerick
this Saturday on "Calvin’s Doctrine of Justification," and will preach
there next Lord’s Day.
The Reformed Witness Hour next Lord’s Day
(8:30-9:00 AM, on Gospel 846MW), is entitled "The Spirit-Led Are the
Children of God" (Rom. 8:14-16).
Portugal, Wednesday, 3 June - Calvin’s Battle for the Reformation (I)
Portugal, Thursday, 4 June - Calvin’s Battle for the Reformation (II)
Town Hall, Friday, 12 June, 8:15 PM - Calvin vs. Darwin
Friday, 19 June, 7:30 PM - Calvin vs. Darwin
Friday, 10 July, 8 PM - Calvin’s Battle for the Reformation (I)
Friday, 17 July, 8 PM - Calvin’s Battle for the Reformation (II)
Thursday, 23 July, 7:15 PM - Calvin vs. Darwin
Offerings: General Fund - £506.77. Donations:
£7.07 (books), £50 (CR News).
PRC News: Rev. R. Kleyn (Trinity, MI) accepted the call to
Covenant of Grace PRC in Spokane. Immanuel PRC (Lacombe, Canada) called
Rev. Hanko (Lynden, WA).