I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.
Worksheet for Service on 31th May
Questions on Sammy and his Shepherd – And I shall dwell in the house of the Lord forever.
- Why was Precious ready to go back home?
- What did Sammy teach Precious that he didn’t realize he was teaching her?
- What does being with Jesus change us from?
- If we trust Jesus to save us from our sin, where will we live for all eternity?
If you know Jesus as your Saviour:
Thank Jesus that He is your Good Shepherd.
Ask Jesus to change you so that you become more and more like Him.
Memorize Psalm 23 and remember it all the days of your life.
Tell others about your Good Shepherd.
Sermon – Forever in The Lord’s House
– Psalm 23 v 6
What Bible passages were read today?
Psalm __ and Revelation ______
What do Psalm 22 and Psalm 24 speak of?
What does Psalm 23 tell us about Jesus?
Those who trust in Jesus have:
- An expectant d_ _ _ _ _ t.
What is the psalm writer (psalmist) delighting in?
What will worship be like for believers in heaven?
Will we recognize other believers in heaven?
- An eager d_ _ _ _ _ .
What does 1st John 3 verse 3 tell us that Christians should do here and now?
In Psalm 27 verse 4 what is the one thing King David longed for?
- An earnest d____________.
What is the psalmist declaring to others around him?
I will …
Why can the psalmist (and you) be sure of a forever home with the Lord?
Are you amazed that the Lord should desire to dwell with us?
Surely goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life.
In today’s service we learn how we are loved by God, pursued by God and forever secure in Jesus.
“You prepare a table before me”
What sort of table does the Lord, my shepherd, prepare?
“Your rod and your staff, they comfort me”
How does the Lord’s rod and staff comfort us?
The valley of the shadow of death is a reality to us all. Fears will come in the valley but a trusting in the Lord also as we follow in through it.
Paths for God’s glory
Todays service looked at how Jesus leads his people, where Jesus leads his people to, and why Jesus leads his people. We are reminded that Jesus is the way and he calls us to follow him. He will lead us on paths of righteousness remembering that love requires directions. And that Jesus leads for His name’s sake, for the glory of His name.
The sermon this Sunday is called “Led by Jesus” from Psalm 23v2b. The focus is in Isaiah 35 where we see how Lord Jesus leads his flock personally through this life. He leads them powerfully to the quiet waters, He leads them to a place of plenty even in the wilderness of trials and troubles. Jesus leads his flock to purity, along the highway called “Way of Holiness”, He leads them permanently so that an “everlasting joy will crown their heads”.