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It is our resolve at Covenant URC to truly hold the Three Forms of Unity as reflecting the Word of God and promote these in our congregation. May the Lord keep us faithful to this task. As the Belgic Confession mentions the marks of the true church are: the pure preaching of the gospel, the right use of the sacraments, and the practice of church discipline. Services are in English Language.

Catechism Sermons 2006-2007 – Covenant United Reformed Church Covenant United Reformed Church - CURC Fresno/Clovis, Ca

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It is our resolve at Covenant URC to truly hold the Three Forms of Unity as reflecting the Word of God and promote these in our congregation. May the Lord keep us faithful to this task. As the Belgic Confession mentions the marks of the true church are: the pure preaching of the gospel, the right use of the sacraments, and the practice of church discipline. Services are in English Language.

    Catechism Sermon Update | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    Catechism Sermon Update | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    If you would like to receive catechism podcasts please subscribe to the new feed titled, “Catechism Sermons 2008-2009.” The old series is finished as we covered Lord’s Day 52 last week. Thanks again for subscribing to our podcast, and we would love to see you worshipping with us this Sunday.

    Why Do We Close in "Amen?" (Hebrews 10:19-25; LD 52) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    Why Do We Close in "Amen?" (Hebrews 10:19-25; LD 52) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    The high priest of Israel could enter the holy place once a year. The drama that is involved in this cannot be under esteemed. The ultimate question was whether the priest was holy enough. If he was not holy enough his life would abruptly end. How can we have it better? How does closing our […]

    The Lord's Generous Forgiveness (Matthew 18:21-35; LD 51) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    The Lord's Generous Forgiveness (Matthew 18:21-35; LD 51) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    Sorry for the delay in the podccast, but things are up and running again. Please enjoy this sermon as Rev. Lindemulder lays out the implications of forgiveness as we are secured in the kingdom.

    Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (Luke 12:22-34; LD 50) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (Luke 12:22-34; LD 50) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    What is going to happen tomorrow? You might be looking at your calendar and thinking about your schedule. However, do we know if we will have a car accident? Do we know if we will over sleep? Do we know if we will get a promotion? Do we really know how tomorrow will unfold? No, […]

    Your Will Be Done (Luke 14:25-33; LD 49) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    Your Will Be Done (Luke 14:25-33; LD 49) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    Many of us can easily recite the Lord’s prayer, but many times we fail to pause to consider what we are requesting. When we make the request, “your will be done.” Do we really think of this in terms of the cross? Christ states in Luke 14 that anyone who follows Him must bear his […]

    Has the Kingdom Come or Is it Coming? (Romans 8:18-25 LD 48) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    Has the Kingdom Come or Is it Coming? (Romans 8:18-25 LD 48) | 2006-2007 Catechism Sermons

    “For I consider the sufferings at this present time are not worthy comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.” This is a strange pep talk for the church to receive from the apostle Paul. This also sounds strange considering that the kingdom comes with Christ entering history. How can we speak […]

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