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The Rev Andries Combrink is a Presbyterian Minister of the Gospel. He lives in Centurion, South Africa. 
To teach the Word of God is his calling,  based on the Reformed tradition. 

 

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It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone,
but on every word
that comes from the mouth of God.’” Matt4:4

 
 

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Jun 14

Written by: Andries
Saturday, June 14, 2014 4:13:50 AM  RssIcon

Our Call to Worship comes from Revelation 1: 4 – 6:
Grace and peace to you from him who is, and who was, and who is to come, and from the Holy Spirit before his throne, and from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, the firstborn from the dead, and the ruler of the kings of the earth.
 
Glory to God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit;
Glory to the Three-in-One and One-in-Three,
now and always.  Amen
 
Prayer of praise:
Heavenly Father, we come into your presence in the Name of Jesus Christ, our ascended Saviour and King.  We bring thanks that you receive our worship and praise.
You are holy and most holy – you and your Son and your Holy Spirit.
Grant us now, o God, peaceful fellowship with you and with one another.
Amen.
 
Forgiveness of our Sin.
Almighty God, Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit,
we sinners, beseech you, hear us, that we may ever serve you alone.
We beseech you, that we may worship you in spirit and in truth, that we may love you with all our heart, with all our soul, and with all our strength,
We beseech you, our Lord and God, that, for the sake of your glory and holiness, we may love our neighbour as ourselves.
Help us to faithfully keep your commandments, that we may not defile our bodies and souls with sin, that we may go from grace to grace, and virtue to virtue and that we may in the end enjoy the sight of your glory and majesty.
O Blessed Trinity, we beseech you, deliver us.
O Blessed Trinity, save us.
O Blessed Trinity, forgive us our sin, for the sake of Jesus Christ who is God the Son!
Blessed Trinity, have mercy on us.
Through Jesus Christ, our Lord, we pray.
Amen.
 
1 John 1: 7:  If we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, the Son of God, purifies us from all sin
 
Prayer of Intercession.
Gracious and merciful God, we give you thanks,
because you have revealed your glory
as the glory of your Son and of the Holy Spirit:
three persons equal in majesty, undivided in splendour,
yet one Lord, one God,
ever to be worshiped and adored.
 
Guide us, O God, by your Word and Spirit,
that in the eternal, Holy Community of Father, Son and Holy Spirit,
we may find fellowship with you and with your people,
and that in your light we may see light,
in your truth find freedom,
and in your will discover our peace.
 
Merciful God, Creator, Redeemer and Comforter of the human race,
today we pray for people in every kind of need;
make your ways known on the earth, your saving power among all nations.
O God of love, mercy and grace, remember those who are sad, who are frail, who are ill and in pain: heal, comfort and sustain them, show them your kindness and deliver them from pain and suffering.
 
We pray for the President of the Republic,
for our Government, and for all civil authorities:
may they rule in justice and truth.
 
Gracious Nurturer, who gave life to us and love us as your children,
we pray for your Church for which you gave your eternal Son, our Saviour.
Help us to serve the Church, but more importantly,
help us to love the Church,
as Christ loves the Church and gives himself for her.
 
Merciful Provider, we pray for our families.  Protect them from danger and from temptation.
We pray for our spouses and for our children. May they know that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.
We pray for our parents and relatives:  teach us to honour and love them.
 
We plead for those who do not know the truth of the Gospel,
who do not know the glory and salvation we receive from the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit!
We pray for all who seek you, but have not yet found you,
that you may grant them a saving knowledge of Jesus our Redeemer.
 
Gracious Father, comfort us in our need, and give us patience in our sufferings while you strengthen us through the reading and the preaching of your Word.
 
All this we ask through Jesus Christ, our Lord.
Amen. 

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