Last week at TCC we heard Pastor Paul preach the first sermon in our Delightful Disciplines series. He preached from Psalm 19 on reading and meditating on the Word of God. He gave us six effects, from Psalm 19, that the Word of God has on our hearts. The Word revives the soul , makes wise the simple, rejoices the heart, enlightens the eyes, endures forever, and is righteous altogether. If you missed this sermon, click here to listen to it.
This week we will move on to the discipline of prayer. Pastor Sean will be preaching from Luke 5:12-26. Take some time to read and pray through the text to prepare your heart to hear the Word on Sunday. Here is a summary of where we are heading this week below.
“Prayer is a discipline that connects us to God, expresses our need, deepens our faith, protects us from evil, molds us to be like Christ, and fuels us for mission. This week, in our series on “Delightful Disciplines” we will take some time to stir up one another to be a joyful, faith-filled, and faithful people of prayer from Luke 5:12-26. Prayer is not a drudgery but an opportunity to have a relationship with the living God and to be used by Him in immeasurable ways.
Every mighty movement of God among a people, in a city, or across the world has been preceded by, sparked by, and sustained by prayer. Oh that we in our lifetime, as individuals and as a people would experience the joy of asking God for a mighty move of his Spirit and see it in our day.” -Pastor Sean
We will celebrate with two new members of our body who are being baptized this week and we will worship together through song. Here are some of the songs that we will sing this week. If you aren’t familiar with these songs take some time to listen to them or download them and take them with you as you worship in the everyday!
- Mighty to Save by Ruben Morgan & Ben Fielding Listen or Download
- Only Jesus by Doug Plank Listen or Download
- One Pure and Holy Passion by Mark AltroggeListen or Download
See you on Sunday!