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Archives for December 2019

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Communion Letter: Dec. 29th

Dear Family at Christ Community, As we conclude our Advent sermon series in Revelation 7, we will celebrate the faithful witness and perseverance of Christ on our behalf to make us ultimately the church triumphant over the powers of sin and death. The Lord's Table will serve to point us forward to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb when Christ's victory will be fully r...

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Baptism Letter: Dec. 22nd

Dear Baptized Ones, This coming Sunday we have the privilege of being a part of Cornelius Kenneth Joseph's baptism along with his parents Brianna and Kenny. At the conclusion of our text for worship inRevelation 6:17, the Spirit confronts us with the question of who can stand in the day of the Lord. The sacrament of baptism reveals the answer: it is those who have rec...

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Communion Letter: Dec. 15th

Dear Family at Christ Community, This Sunday we will celebrate the worthiness of the victorious Lamb of God slain for the life of the world who currently reigns in the heavenly throne room. As part of our worship celebration, we will have the opportunity to respond to Revelation 5 by partaking of the feast of the Lord's Table and confessing that Jesus is Divine Savior...

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Confession of Sin: Dec. 15th

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We pause now to silently confess our individual sins before confessing together as a congregation from the text in Revelation. We con...

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Confession of Sin: December 8th

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We pause now to silently confess our individual sins before confessing together as a congregation from the text in Revelation. We con...

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