Saturday, November 4 10 AM-5 PM
Sunday, November 5 Noon-4 PM
Hope Presbyterian Church
2211 West Wabash Avenue
Worshipping God and being together are two of the three most important reasons Hope Happens Here and has since our congregation began in 1966. From the beginning Hope happened through prayer and music, through encouraging each other, serving God actively and faithfully, following in the way of Jesus Christ, and leaning heavily upon God's Holy Spirit. We strive to be open minded, welcoming, and inclusive because that is what we feel God's presence is about among us. Hope Happens Here is not an empty slogan, but who God intends us to be inside and outside of this church building, which is the third important reason we exist: to be salt and light, and Hope wherever we go.
Peace and Grace to you.
Pastor Chuck Goodman - Contact me via eMail
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David Haun writes for Journey to the Cross d365 Daily Devotionals reminding us that:
When God helped Moses lead the newly released Hebrew people into the wilderness, it was to worship.
(Exodus 7:16 Then say to him, 'The Lord, the God of the Hebrews, has sent me to say to you: Let my people go, so that they may worship me in the desert.)
In today's passage,
Do not use the Lord your God's name as if it were of no significance; the Lord won't forgive anyone who uses his name that way.
Remember the Sabbath day and treat it as holy. Six days you may work and do all your tasks, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the Lord your God. Do not do any work on it—not you, your sons or daughters, your male or female servants, your animals, or the immigrant who is living with you. Because the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and everything that is in them in six days, but rested on the seventh day. That is why the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and made it holy.
God helps the people understand that worship is the foundation of God's being with them; worship was the proper response to a Holy God, who is set apart by complete perfection, amazing, and awesome. To show their belief in God and respond to God's saving acts and continuing power, the people would gather for worship, honoring the living God's name with prayers, singing, and postures of praise.
We are still called to worship. Why do you worship? Have you decided for yourself that God is worthy of your worship? When you gather for worship with others, can you focus on giving your true praise to the living God who saves? Will you come together with God, together with others, in praise of the one true living God who still acts to save us now and forever?