Knowing God

“Knowing God”
Rev. Benjamin Wines
(Fourth Sunday in Lent)
Jeremiah 31:31-34

You are righteous, O Lord,
And your judgments are right.
You have appointed your decrees in righteousness
And in all faithfulness.
My zeal consumes me
Because my foes forget your words.
Your promise is well tried,
And your servant loves it.
I am small and despised,
Yet I do not forget your precepts.
Your righteousness is an everlasting righteousness,
And your law is the truth.
Trouble and anguish have come upon me,
But your commandments are my delight.
Your decrees are righteous forever;
Give me understanding that I may live. from Psalm 119:137-144

We look forward to joining you in Worship this Sunday, starting at 11:00AM in the Sanctuary. You can also find our services online at the HVBC YouTube Channel. Today’s sermon is titled, “Knowing God”. We will be reading from Jeremiah 31:31-34, and our Call to Worship comes from Psalm 119.

Questions for Further Reflection:
In this passage, God talks about writing a new covenant on the people’s hearts.
What does it mean to have God’s covenant written so deeply into your being?
How would that impact
your view of other people?