Protestant Reformed Fellowship
Lord’s Day, 21
"Honour and majesty are before Him: strength and beauty are his
Morning Service - 11:00
Jehoshaphat, the Ecumenical King (7)
Jehoshaphat’s Commercial Alliance with Ahaziah
II Chronicles 20:31-37, I Kings 22:41-50
I. The First Expedition—Wrecked by Jehovah
II. The Second Expedition—Refused by Jehoshaphat
Psalms: 25:4-10; 119:41-48; 107:23-30; 101:1-6
Evening Service - 6:00 PM
The Renewal of Zion
I. The Beautiful Branch
II. The Holy Remnant
III. The Divine Presence
Psalms: 132:10-11, 13-18; 119:49-56; 48:1-2, 11-14; 27:3-6
For audio cassettes of the worship services, contact the bookstore.
CPRF website: www.cprf.co.uk
Quotes to Consider:
Matthew Henry on Jehoshaphat: " ... experience is ... said to be the
mistress of fools because those are fools that will not learn till
they are taught by experience, and particularly till they are taught
the danger of associating with wicked people ... See how pernicious a
thing it is to join in friendship and society with evil-doers. It is a
hard matter to break off from it. A man may much better keep himself
from being taken in the snare than recover himself out of it."
Announcements (subject to God’s will):
We rejoice in the birth of a baby boy, Alexander Malcolm, to Colin &
Beth Buchanan this past Monday. Beth & the baby are home and doing
Two issues of the Standard Bearer are available today. Another e-mail
from Prof. Engelsma about church membership is also available.
Catechism: Monday at 7 PM at the manse with the Campbells, and
Thursday at 7 PM at the Hamills.
At Bible Study on Wednesday at 8 PM, we will study Simon Magus in Acts
8, and Acts 10-11.
Upcoming Meetings: S. Wales, Friday, 3 Dec., Irresistible Grace.
Limerick, Wednesday, 15 Dec., Irresistible Grace Ballymena, Friday, 14
Jan., debate on Psalm Singing Ballymena, Friday, 28 Jan., Problems
The Reformed Witness Hour next Lord’s Day, 28 November (8:30-9:00 AM,
on Gospel 846MW) is "Knowing Whom We Believe: Jesus" (Matt. 1:21).
Rev. Rodney Kleyn (Trinity PRC) and Elder Henry Boer (Hudsonville PRC)
are planning to come in February for our yearly PRC delegation visit.
Last Week’s Offerings: £563.90.
Missionary Assistants: Justin and Cathie Koole arrived back safely
from Ghana on Thursday afternoon. John and Judy Bouma (Grandville)
will be leaving to replace them, flying from Grand Rapids this week
Pittsburgh Mission: The business area where the Mission Office is
located, had their annual "Light Up Night," an evening when all the
shops and restaurants light up and people are invited to come for
different activities. The Mission decided to light as well by having a
table with tapes and pamphlets, and an ongoing Bible Study & singing.
Rev. Mahtani and Rev. Bruinsma shared in the teaching. The Word was
spoken; some heard the Reformed Faith for the first time in their
lives! Sixty visitors, who had never stepped into the mission office
before, browsed, took pamphlets and tapes, some stayed to talk, and
some joined the Bible Studies. What an open door to make the Reformed
Faith known in the area! Let us rejoice and continue to pray for God’s
grace and strength in this work.