“Where did you stop?” is meeting tomorrow night at the Wheatland Mission/Foundry. Join us at 7 PM for a time of prayer and reflection upon Scripture. We ask ourselves the question, “Where did you stop?” as we read the text. Praying that this will be God’s guidance as we seek to read Scripture with the…Details
Psalm 90 • Zeph 1:7-18 • I Thess 5:1-10 • Matt 25:14-29 “Blessed Lord, who caused all holy Scriptures to be written for our learning: Grant us so to hear them, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them, that we may embrace and ever hold fast the blessed hope of everlasting life, which you have…Details
Due to Wheatland’s fall retreat there will not be a worship service this Saturday night at the Foundry. However, please consider joining us at the Morningstar Ranch for worship Saturday night at 6:30.
You can find us at Morningstar Ranch: Directions to Morningstar
If lost, give Paul a call at 992-1540.
Psalm 70 • Amos 5:18-24 • I Thess 4:13-18 • Matt 25:1-13 Almighty and eternal Father, a new day dawned when your only-begotten Son came among us. Grant that we who share in his human nature may also share in the kingdom of his glory. We ask this through the same Jesus Christ, your Son,…Details
Psalm 43 • Micah 3:5-12 • I Thess 2:9-13, 17-20 • Matt 23:1-12 You are God my stronghold. Why have you rejected me? Why must I go about mourning, oppressed by the enemy? – Ps. 43:2 There is something refreshing about the undiluted honesty of the psalmist. After proclaiming God to be his “stronghold” he…Details
Psalm 1 • Exodus 22:21-27 • I Thess 2:1-8 • Matt 22:34-46 The word “law” has a mostly negative connotation in our minds. We are grateful to live in a nation of laws. We recognize their importance and that culture and community can’t exist without them. Yet we still look at “law” as a restriction,…Details
Perhaps the first thing to remember when reading the Psalms is that, in addition to being musical poetry, the Psalms are prayers. As prayer they are both public and personal. Keep in mind that personal does not equal private. While many of the Psalms were prayed and written as the result of individual experiences they…Details
Ps 96 • Is 45:1-7 • I Thess 1:1-10 • Matt 22:15-22 Our passage from Isaiah refers to one of God’s anointed named Cyrus. The odd thing about this “anointed one” is that he was not a member of God’s people. He was not Jewish but a Persian king. What makes this interesting is the…Details
Psalm 23 • Isaiah 25:1-9 Phil 4:4-13 • Matt 22:1-14 “Loving heavenly Father, you are beyond knowing, but for your revelation in Jesus Christ your Son. Teach us at all times to revere and love your holy name, for you never withdraw your guiding hand from those you establish in your love. We ask this…Details
Psalm 80 • Isaiah 5:1-7 Phil 3:14-21 • Matt 21:33-43 “Almighty and everlasting God, you are always more ready to hear than we to pray, and to give more than we either desire or deserve: Pour upon us the abundance of your mercy, forgiving us those things of which our conscience is afraid, and giving…Details