Posted on August 28, 2020 Posted By: Julie Tiedemann
Choose one: Famine, Flight, or a Plague This Sunday, we come to the final sermon in our Make or Break series, and as usual, we’ll be looking at an important event in the life of David. We’ll see that because of his sin, God gives David three options and tells him to pick one: Three years of famine…three months of fleeing from enemies…or three days of plague. Given the choice, which would you choose? We’ll look at which one David picked and most significantly, why he chose the one he did. This week’s message is titled The Hands of the Lord, our theme is Mercy, and our Scripture text is II Samuel, chapter 24. We hope to see you this Sunday, but if you can’t be here, please be sure to catch one or both of the services as we live stream at 8:00 and again at 10:30. Don’t forget that we will be receiving Communion at the conclusion of both services this Sunday. We are inviting those of you who will be watching from home to make sure you have the bread and the cup on hand so that you can join with those who are gathered in the Auditorium. Go HEREfive minutes prior to either service to view the live stream. Go HERE for an outline for this week’s message. We’ll also be singing to God and about God as we gather; here are the songs for Sunday: 8:00 SERVICE There is Power in the Blood Saved by the Blood What Can Wash Away My Sin? When I Survey the Wondrous Cross 10:30 SERVICE Center My Life Holy Water I Surrender Mercy Finally, just a reminder of what has become our standard protocol:
If you find yourself in a high-risk category, it would be wise to view the service via the live stream.
Please remain at home if you do not feel well or if you have been around someone who has not been well, and again, be sure to join us by viewing the live stream.
We will continue to ask that everyone (except for health reasons) wear a mask as you enter and as you leave.
Please continue to practice physical distancing at all times.
Even as we are seated in every other row, please go out of your way to establish a generous amount of distance between yourself and others when choosing your seat. The room is large enough for us to spread out quite a bit.
At the same time, please engage in conversations with those around you!
When using the restroom, please wash your hands thoroughly. Please continue to make use of the hand sanitizer that we have in the foyer and in the Auditorium
Thank you, and we’re looking forward to worshipping Jesus with you this Sunday!