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  • Writer's pictureLogan Hagoort

Sabbath Preparation - 28/4/24

Updated: May 4

a bible on a pulpit

My dear sheep, I'm looking forward to worshipping with you all on the Lord's day tomorrow. I thought it might be helpful to provide you with some information to help you prepare your hearts to sit under the preaching of the Word. (Leave a comment or chat with me tomorrow, if you found this helpful, so I know whether to try to provide this each week)

Morning Sermon

Text: Hebrews11:24-27

Suggested Reading: Exodus 1-3

Quote for Thought: Matthew Henry, "See how Moses weighed matters; in one scale he put the worst of religion the reproaches of Christ; in the other scale the best of the world the treasures of Egypt, and in his judgment, directed by faith, the worst of religion weighed down the best of the world."

Evening Sermon

Text: Hebrews 11:28

Suggest Reading: Exodus 12, Deuteronomy 16:1-8

Quote for Thought: Thomas Manton, "Here Moses believed the promise, though the outward rite was mean; what were a few drops of blood upon the door-posts to keep off the wrath of God? What a sorry charm or talisman is this to drive away a destroying angel? Still in such ordinances despicable rites are consecrated to signify the highest mysteries. Washing in water, what will that do to purge the soul from sin? Eating a piece of bread, and taking a sip or small draught of wine, mean ceremonies in show, weak, but very mysterious, and very powerful in their use to save the soul. To see life in a bit of bread, and ravishing comforts in a draught of wine, requires a very lively and active faith; and so we shall judge if we be serious and attentive to reconcile the appearance with the institution, and the elements with the blessings; that we may look upon this mean feast as the livery and seisin of Christ, and heaven, and grace, and glory. Surely sense will never teach us this; faith alone must do it, that is the evidence of things unseen."

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Anna Davies
Anna Davies
Apr 27

Appreciate having the time to read & absorb the text beforehand.

Logan Hagoort
Logan Hagoort
Apr 27
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Thanks, Anna. Good to know!

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