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Kenton Baptist Church
Sunday 18th October
Psalm 68 v 20 says 'Our God is a God who saves...' God wants the best for us - it's not in His heart to harm us. The Bible tells us that He 'wants all people to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth. For there is one God and one mediator between God and mankind, the man Christ Jesus, who gave Himself as a ransom for all people.' (1 Timothy 2 v 4-5)
This is our God - the One who saves and who loves us unconditionally, the One to whom we can come just as we are to find grace, mercy, forgiveness and freedom.
Today we come to praise and worship the One who willingly gave His life and paid the price for our wrongdoing - Jesus Christ - for it is only in His name that we can be saved.
We come to proclaim that His name is above every other name, that He is Lord of all and we acknowledge Him as Lord of our lives. Father, Thank You for sending your Son - let Your glory fall as we worship You today.
led by Derek & Sylvia.
Let us also pray for those we know of personally who are in need at this time.
Our Bible Reading is taken from Luke 10 v 1 - 24 and is read by Georgina.
Thankyou Father that we are loved with an everlasting love. The Bible tells us that now we can come boldly into the presence of the Holy God. Once we were far off, but now we have been brought near by the precious blood of Jesus.
Lord, let Your Holy Spirit flow over us and through us. Father, we draw near to worship and adore You now. Thank You for Your great love and mercy towards us.
If you have never experienced God's saving grace in Jesus, we pray that you will come to know Him today. There is no greater miracle that can happen than you finding Jesus Christ. He loves you, cares for you and wants to be involved in your life.
Prayer: Father, let faith arise as we hear Your word today. Thankyou that Your Word brings us life: it is a lamp to our feet and a light to our path. Speak into our hearts by Your Holy Spirit and touch our lives once again. Amen.
Luke 10 v 1 - 24
There's a place (At the Cross)
For the next part of the service, we invite you to have bread and wine ready to take part in this act of remembrance. We come to the foot of the cross again for mercy, cleansing and forgiveness and to surrender our lives once more to the King of Kings.
We hope you enjoyed your time with God in Virtual Church!