As Paul writes to Titus he introduces the theme of his letter in its introduction. God cares for His people through the proclamation by which they are brought into His kingdom and guided in their lives as part of that kingdom. We enjoy God’s grace and peace, and loving fellowship with His family.
Psalm 77 (The LORD’s deeds I remember all) and Far And Near are the songs of preparation, with All Creatures Of Our God And King commencing worship.
The prayer of adoration and confession will praise God for His grace and confess our continuing need for it, and our thankfulness for the peace we have with Him.
My Faith Looks Up To See, The Apostles’ Creed and Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow will be our corporate confession.
Hearing from God’s Word, Jeremiah 29:1-32 will contain the prophet’s urging to God’s people in exile in light of the pending destruction of Jerusalem.
These Are The Days Of Elijah is a song which expresses joy about the fulfilled promises of God in this present age.
After reading Titus 1:1-16 we’ll consider verse 1-4, Paul’s formal introduction to the letter. We’ll see the warmth of relationships which God creates with, and among His people. The instrument by which these relationships are created are God’s power working through the proclamation of His Word.
After our prayers of thanksgiving and for the needs of others, we’ll give our tithes and offerings then conclude worship singing As You Go.