Protestant Reformed Fellowship
Lord’s Day, 7
"Honour and majesty are before Him: strength and beauty are his
Service - 11:00 AM
Jehoshaphat, the Ecumenical King (5)
Jehoshaphat’s Judicial Reform
Psalms: 63:3-11; 119:9-16; 124:1-8; 139:17-24
Service - 6:00 PM
the Chief Means of Grace
Catechism, Lord’s Day 25; Isaiah 61:1-3
Content of Preaching
Effect of Preaching
Author of Preaching
29:1-5; 119:17-24; 19:7-11; 147:1-7
cassettes of the worship services, contact the bookstore.
Quotes to Consider:
On the Anglican ecumenical evangelicals: The
Anglican ecumenical evangelicals "disowned both ‘the old days of
entrenched "party" isolationism’ within the denomination and the
possibility of secession from it. The door was shut on any going back.
What choice then is left other than lending reluctant support to the
official ‘unity’ required by the powers that be? This is the
predicament which the decisions of the last thirty years have brought
about. When Dr. Packer, spoke on ‘Unity in Truth: the Anglican Agony’
at Latimer House in 1997, he lamented that tolerance of the
intolerable had become the Anglican way, yet ‘felt that there was no
alternative but to take G. K. Chesterton’s advice and "Go on gaily
in the dark!"’ These words, said the report, were given ‘with
tears in his eyes’" (Iain Murray, Evangelicalism Divided, p.
John Calvin on Isaiah 61:1: "... for [Isaiah]
shews that the preaching of the word is not an empty sound, but a
powerful medicine, the effect of which is felt, not by obdurate and
hard-hearted men, but by wounded consciences ... the blessings which
are here enumerated are bestowed upon us by heavenly doctrine, and
that none are fit for the enjoyment of them but those who, conscious
of their poverty, eagerly desire the assistance of Christ ...
Announcements (subject to God’s will):
This past Tuesday, the Lord took Daniel Cammenga,
the 16-year-old son of Rev. and Rhonda Cammenga, to glory. Daniel was
seriously injured in a car accident and later died in the hospital.
The funeral was held yesterday afternoon. Our prayers and sympathies
go out to the Cammenga family and relatives, including Daniel’s
cousin, Jennifer Hanko.
The Beacon Lights are available today. We
have just received a couple of new pamphlets, one by Prof.
Engelsma on labour unions and the other by Prof. Hanko on the AV.
Copies are available on the back table.
Catechism: Monday at 7 PM at the manse with the
Campbells, and Thursday at 7 PM at the Hamills.
At Bible Study on TUESDAY at 8 PM, we will
continue our consideration of the pentecostal, revivalist, and
Reformed views of Acts 2.
Rev. Stewart will give a lecture in Limerick
on Wednesday, on the "1000 Years of Revelation 20." The Reids plan to
accompany the Stewarts to Limerick.
The Reformed Witness Hour next Lord’s Day,
14 November (8:30-9:00 AM, on Gospel 846MW) is "Who is Going to Hell?"
(II Thessalonians 1:8).
Last Week’s Offerings: £467.00. Donation:
PRC News: Rev. Cammenga (Southwest) accepted
the call to Faith PRC. Rev. Slopsema (First) received the call from
Edmonton. Doon PRC has a new trio consisting of Revs. A. Brummel (S.
Holland), Overway (New Jersey), and Terpstra (Holland, MI).