“If you, O LORD, should mark iniquities, O Lord, who could stand? But with you there is forgiveness, that you may be feared.” —Psalm 130: 3-4
As we prepare for our Congregational Meeting and Sanctuary Renewal Presentation today, we can rejoice in God’s faithfulness over many decades to the congregation of Fourth.
Once again this Lord’s Day, we have the privilege of ascribing to God the glory he rightly deserves.
Join us as Fourth’s Director of Music, Ted Bickish, presents a concert on the Austin-Allen pipe organ, Friday, October 8, at 7:00 p.m.
Charles Wesley wrote “And Can It Be?”, our closing hymn for this morning, in the days just after his conversion. Subtitled “Free Grace” when first published in 1738…
May the joy of the Lord be upon us as we gather in his name today. “For a day in your courts is better than a thousand elsewhere.” —Psalm 84:10
I never tire of singing this morning’s Hymn of Thanks, “Great Is Thy Faithfulness”, with its third stanza that enumerates the rich blessings won for us by Christ…
In this morning’s Prayer of Confession, we will acknowledge the weight of our sins against God and the wonder that, through Christ’s perfect sacrifice on the cross, they will not stand against us
May the Lord give each of us grace to know the depth and richness of all that we sing, pray, confess, and hear preached this day.
Verse three of this morning’s Old Testament reading, Isaiah 55:1–3, captures some of the blessing and promise we will find in the Lord as we gather in his name this Sabbath day…