Thank you for worshipping virtually today!
CALL TO WORSHIP: Read along as the video below plays Psalm 67 …
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Today’s Trivia Question
In Matthew 27:19, why did Pontius Pilate’s wife want Jesus freed? The correct answer is 2, she had a terrible dream. Our winner this week was Kay Stilwell, from the online team.
1. It was politically shrewd.
2. She had a terrible dream.
3. To pressure her husband.
4. She was a ‘secret’ follower.
In Matthew 12:40, what did Jesus predict He would have in common with the prophet Jonah?
2. Swallowed by a great fish.
3. Hidden for 72 hours.
4. Prophetic rejection.
Play the YouTube video below and feel free to sing along … God is your audience and He applauds your devotion through song!
Worship Song: “I Surrender All”
Sermon: “Questions from the Release of Barabbas” (Matthew 27:15-26)
PRAYER: “Dear God, open my heart and mind to the questions which this story suggests. And Lord, for each question my Your Holy Spirit speak with clarity in my own life. Amen.”
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Finally, thank you for your support and encouragement during this crisis. A huge gift you can make in the name of Jesus is a phone call to a friend, co-worker, or neighbor who may be experiencing worry, loneliness, or fear. WE HAVE JESUS, what an awesome gift to share to a hurting world.
“Oh God, as we click away from this ‘virtual service’ help us to remain connected tightly to You most of all. Help my Bible reading and prayer times continue to mold me into the person You want me to be. Bless me, my family, my church, our nation, and strangers everywhere who are wondering ‘what’s next.’ In Jesus’ name, amen.”