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The Bible Helps Desk ™ Newsletter MackeyRiversOffice.com Email: BibleHelpsDesk@optimum.net Phone: 516.280-3443 August 29, 2011M 1:1 Expense Offering Appreciated.
Sunday Morning Worship at N.E.C. - 7th Year Anniversary Sun. Oct. 2, 2011 10:15 am
Devotion – Apostle M. L. Rivers initiates Divine worship with the use of Hymns, and Spiritual songs while people, the procession of worshipers and their guests, gather together in the South cafeteria on the 2nd Floor of Nassau Extended Care Nursing Home; 1 Greenwich St., in Hempstead, NY 11550. This initial fellowship purpose to usher in the Holy Spirit as is custom in this Baptist-Apostolic Assembly.
Preliminary – 10:30am-10:50am The Doxology is chanted, the Divine Call is thus: Hebrews 10:25 Verse 39, and Ephesians 5:20, as the preacher’s arms and hands lifted up, congregants likewise, also worshipers who can stand, standing, reverently unto God, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, in hopes to collectively praise the Lord our God, that his evidence manifest therewith. Afterward, when all hands and arms are lowered, those whom stood are sitting, as one accord is apparent thereof, it is that time worshipers approach the Throne of grace by simultaneously praying the Lord’s Prayer Mt.6:9-13, and expressly singing the song of thankfulness.
Congregational Recitation – Surely, anyone may say that this service of worship is truly Holy Ghost inspired confidence, according to John 14:26, KJV - the case with congregational recitations. Sayings as profession of faith verbatim to the Scriptures, KJV, by reciting, in unison, John 3:16; continuing the same with Psalm 23; then the Question, How Long? Response: Forever! Thus, all ready to receive, according to Rev.3:6, the Word to be heard.
The Scripture Sermon - At the pulpit the preacher endeavors protocol, the Gospel of Jesus Christ our Lord; the use of an exhaustive memory of the King James Version, to wit; the use of personal testimony, metaphors, Articles of beliefs, Church Covenant, etc., and ending up at Calvary (Taking it to the Cross), the Crucified, Death, Burial, and Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, on the 3rd day, like he said that he would (Mk.14:58). Thus, singing a Hymn, would follow suit, as sermon inspired.
The Invitation – Never taking for granted the people you’re addressing. The preacher, therefore, offers a Word of invitation, such as: 1John 1:1-4; Ro.10:9-10; Mat.28:19-20; Mk.16:16; Acts 2:37-41. Having received whom have come forth, and presenting same before the assembly, with remarks, (The Lord’s Supper may follow.), the worshipers prepare to recess as they sing their usual Hymn.
The Benediction – (means Blessing) At Nassau Extended Care, the worshipers awaits their blessing, according to Ephesians 3:14-21, as Apostle M. L. Rivers, so say, with a threefold Amen.