Tuesday, July 21, 2020

2020.07.21 Hopewell Harbinger

Hopewell This Week, July 20–26, 2020
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From Elder Mangum (you may contact him with any questions that you may have; this is the same course that was taught at Hopewell last fall, and all who participated in it found it quite worthwhile): The Combat Lifesaver Course is taught to every person who enters the U.S. Army. The Course teaches the soldier how to keep himself and his buddies alive until Medic or other medical personnel are available. The context is trauma such as gunshot wounds, shrapnel wounds, etc. My organization, Combat Edge, teaches this “First Aid” Course to civilians. Much personal study is required prior to the course. The Course will be taught Saturday, August 29, 2020, at the American Legion Hall in Columbia, TN (8am-5pm). Any adult who wishes to take this course please contact me, Dr. Samuel Richardson, by phone or text at 931-398-8971, or Voice call 601-668-1144. Advance Registration is required.

The Session of elders met last night for the regular monthly meeting. The “Session Meeting Digest” is attached.

▫Attached is a pdf of Lord’s Day’s Worship Booklet, complete with Hopewell @Home devotionals for this week, in addition to 8.5x11's of the memory verse and catechism questions that can be used as posters to help with memory work.

▫The links are now active for the Sabbath School class (Racial Reconciliation, Part 3: True Peace Found Only in Christ),  morning sermon (Eph 4:1–7, “The High Calling, Heavenly Congregation, and Humble Conduct of Church Members”), and evening sermon (Genesis 30:1–24, “The Gospel of Grace: Salvation by God's Goodness Alone and God's Power Alone”) from yesterday, as well as last week’s Prayer Meeting lesson (James 5:16b–18, “The Prayer of Faith That Works and Accomplishes Much”).
Prayer MeetingWednesday, July 22, at 6:30p.m. The prayer meeting folder is available at https://bit.ly/harpc200722pm (prayer meeting is also live-streamed at both fb.com/hopewellarp and bit.ly/harpclive)

Lord’s Day, July 26:
9:50 a.m. Breakfast line. If you are getting breakfast from the line, we’d like to get that going a little earlier. If you’re not yet comfortable with that, you are welcome to bring your own breakfast
10 a.m. Sabbath School. We’re currently learning about topics related to important issues that people around us are talking much about right now; this week we’ll continue studying the idea of “Racial Reconciliation” from the Bible
11 a.m. Public Worship. The holy assembly on the Lord’s Day.  
Children’s Catechism for July 26
Q39. What is this change of heart called? A. Regeneration.

Shorter Catechism for July 26
Q47. What is forbidden in the first commandment? A. The first commandment forbiddeth the denying, or not worshiping and glorifying the true God as God, and our God; and the giving of that worship and glory to any other, which is due to him alone.

Songs for July 26 morning service: 
TPH391 “Come, O Come, Thou Quickening Spirit”   
ARP72A “God, Give Your Judgments to the King” 
TPH105C “O Praise the Lord, His Deeds Make Known”

A.M. Sermon Text for July 26: Genesis 30:25–43
▫12:45 p.m. Catechism Class
▫12:45 p.m. Tea/Chocolate/Coffee Fellowship
▫1 p.m. Fellowship Meal
2:30 p.m. Psalm/hymn Sing. Even if they do not come for lunch, please invite other believers to this time of praise and sung encouragement in the Word of God.
3:30 p.m. Church Family Devotional. Ephesians 4:8–10.

▫Memory Verse for July 26
(Genesis 30:27) And Laban said to him, “Please stay, if I have found favor in your eyes, for I have learned by experience that the LORD has blessed me for your sake.”

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