There is a great difference in excellency, usefulness, and comfort between people of clear, digested knowledge, and confused, undigested apprehensions. -Richard Baxter

He is worthy of it and we are needful of it

Hope you’ll join us tonight for prayer and praise.  It always feels awkward at first; that changes.  We’ll use Nehemiah’s prayer in Chapter 1–from which Mark Davis preached last Sunday–as our “food for thought, prayer, and praise.”  We will sing.  We will hear the Word. We will sit quietly, considering what we’ve heard. And we will give voice to what we know of Him, what we’re sad to have done (or not done) before Him, what promises of His we hope in, and what things broken down by sin we need His mercy for the rebuilding of.  Here’s where we’ll meet.  See you at 7.  Eat dinner beforehand.  Or fast, if you like, before you come to pray.  Such is not without precedent–See Nehemiah 1: 4.

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