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Knox Orthodox Presbyterian Church

  
 
Sunday Worship Services
Service Time Content
9:45AM Sunday School (all ages) Adult class studying
Ezra and Nehemiah
11:00AM Morning Worship Service AM Order of Worship
6:30PM Evening Worship Service PM Order of Worship

Shorter Catechism

Join us at 9:30 AM Sunday mornings for a short (15 minutes) study of the Shorter Catechism. Each week we will look at a different question from the Shorter Catechism.

 

Study question for September 16, 2018
Q. 38
What benefits do believers receive from Christ at the resurrection?
A. 38
At the resurrection, believers being raised up in glory, shall be openly acknowledged and acquitted in the day of judgment, and made perfectly blessed in the full enjoying of God to all eternity.

 

Study question for September 23, 2018
Q. 39
What is the duty which God requireth of man?
A. 39
The duty which God requireth of man is obedience to his revealed will.
Q. 40
What did God at first reveal to man for the rule of his obedience?
A. 40
The rule which God at first revealed to man for his obedience was the moral law.

 


The Westminster Shorter Catechism can be found on the OPC website.

 

 

READING THROUGH THE BIBLE

Week 38 September 17 - September 23
Sunday The Epistles Philemon
Monday The Law Numbers 21 - 24
Tuesday History 2 Chronicles 1 - 5
Wednesday Psalms Psalms 111 - 113
Thursday Poetry Proverbs 25
Friday The Prophets Amos 5 - 9
Saturday Gospels & Acts John 19 - 21

Morning Sermon Series

The Church in Ephesus

 

Beginning Lord's Day morning August 5, 2018, Pastor Martin plans to begin a series of sermons on the church in Ephesus, as an example of how Jesus establishes His church and the ways He provides for her wellbeing, using Luke's account in Acts 18:18 - 20:38.

 

Evening Sermon Series

Parables in Mark

 

Beginning Lord's Day evening September 02, 2018, Pastor Martin will begin a new series on the parables recorded in Mark's gospel.