The Beatitudes of Jesus Christ is a standard of lifestyle Jesus expects his followers to live. Jesus promises specific blessings for those who live the way. However, living the Beatitudes would often lead ones to hardship and failures than gaining success and wealth. It is not a path to personal happiness in any worldly sense. There are many sacrifices to pay and little rewards. The Beatitudes lifestyle is not for the weak of faith. But we have Jesus and the saints who have paved the way of the Beatitudes. We can follow their path.
Sunday Worship Order | November 8, 2020
Prelude: “Vesper Voluntary #3” by Edward Elgar Welcome Candle Lighting Hymn: O God, Our Help in Ages Past VU 806
SERVICE OF REMEMBRANCE We make this act of remembrance today, Not to glorify the horror of war, but to honor the sacrifice of those men and women who answered their country’s call to service in time of need. We come also to pray that peace may prevail around the world, And the noise of war be forever silenced.
The Ritual of Remembrance Names of Those who Fell (WW1 & WW2) read by Ross McCarlie For the Fallen (excerpt from “For the Fallen” by Laurence Binyon) Last Post Two Minute Silence Reveille
Trio: “I Choose Love” Text: Lindy Thompson; Music: Mark A. Miller
Scripture: Matthew 25:1-13
Sermon: Prepare for Change
Reflective Music: “Adagio in E Minor” by J.S. Bach
Prayers of the People and The Lord’s Prayer
Commissioning & Benediction Carillon & Postlude: “Processional in C” by Hal Hopson
In Honor Of Gifts identify benchmarks like, 75th anniversaries, births or key life events identifying awards and pivotal achievements. These gifts identify a lasting contribution, setting an example for and benefiting future generations.
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