Twice in our New Testament lesson (click to read Luke 4:40-5:16) Luke records that Jesus went off by himself to pray. Where is your “solitary place”? Watch the devotion (click here) to see one possible “solitary place.”
Our Old Testament less is a continuation of the Chronicler’s skimming through Old Testament history through long lists of names (skim 1 Chronicles 6 here), this time focusing on the tribe of Levi from whom the priests and temple workers came.
Who knows all of these people and what they did to serve their God and to serve others? No one… except their God. Your name is also known by your God. Jesus said, “If anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones who is my disciple, truly I tell you, that person will certainly not lose their reward” (Matthew 10:42).Your service to the Savior is never forgotten.
Worship with Us
Below are the links for you to join us in worship or to share with a friend:
- The Traditional Service
- The Traditional Service beginning at the message
- The Bridge Service
- The Bridge Service beginning at the message
- The Bridge on Facebook
Attached is the GroupWork discussion questions for this week.
This weekend we began the gradual reopening of St. Paul’s with small groups receiving communion. The Ministerial Team will continue our discussions regarding reopening tomorrow morning. If you attended one of the communion services, you can share your observations or suggestions by reply email. You can also share your thoughts about the gradual reopening of public worship services by replay email. Your input can help inform our discussions tomorrow and in the future.
May our gracious God bless your service to Him today. "Whatever you do, do it all to the glory of God" (1 Corinthians 10:31).
Your brother in Christ,