Family Worship 2024               Week 30

We want to make it easy for you to continue to worship at home during the week, either individually or along with your family.  In 2024 we will follow the chronological One Year Bible reading plan provided by “Read the Bible for Life!” as well as weekly questions from the Heidleberg Catechism, and a hymn for you to learn together.

Bible Reading

Monday, July 22
Isaiah 38-39; 2 Kings 20; 2 Chronicles 32:24-33

Tuesday, July 23
Isaiah 40-42; Psalm 46

Wednesday, July 24
Isaiah 43-45; Psalm 80

Thursday, July 25
Isaiah 46-49; Psalm 135

Friday, July 26
Isaiah 50-53

Saturday, July 27

Isaiah 54-58



Heidelberg Catechism

61. Q. Why do you say that you are righteous only by faith?              
A. Not that I am acceptable to God on account of the worthiness of my faith, for only the satisfaction, righteousness, and holiness of Christ is my righteousness before God.[1] I can receive this righteousness and make it mine my own by faith only.[2]
[1] I Cor. 1:30, 31; 2:2. [2] Rom. 10:10; I John 5:10-12.
 
62. Q. But why can our good works not be our righteousness before God, or at least a part of it?
A. Because the righteousness which can stand before God's judgment must be absolutely perfect and in complete agreement with the law of God,[1] whereas even our best works in this life are all imperfect and defiled with sin.[2]
[1] Deut. 27:26; Gal. 3:10. [2] Is. 64:6.

Hymn

370   Revive Thy Work, O Lord




Weekly Prayer Points
Please pray for:

World
Your persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ in Ethiopia; for the conflict in the Middle East; and for the Olympics that begin this week in Paris.

United States
Our First Responders to be safe, efficient, and respected.

PCA
Reformed University Fellowship

Faith Church
Safety for those who are traveling this summer.

Discipleship

Christine Stalnaker (Women’s Bible Study)

Music Ministry
Brian Boyer Praise Team

3rd Quarter Sunday School Offering
Frank and Cindy Sindler