For the Lord’s Day 2.28.16

Dear Covenant Church Family,

Ephesians 5:14-17  “Awake, O sleeper, and arise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you.”  Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise,  making the best use of the time, because the days are evil.  Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord is.

Am I awake or asleep/spiritually alive or spiritually dead? (Isaiah 60:1-2)

Am I living in the Light of the gospel of Christ? (2 Cor 4:4)

Am I walking (living) according to wisdom? (Prov 2:6-8)

Am I making the best use of the time God gives me? (1 Cor 10:31)

Am I thinking, living, speaking, foolishly? (Titus 3:3-8)

Do I understand the will of the Lord? (John 17:17; 1 Thess 4:1-8)

Hymns for Worship:

#295 Crown Him with Many Crowns

Before the Throne of God Above (Cook)

Christ Is Coming!

Sermon Outline:

“The Ark of Salvation”

Genesis 7:1-24

Main IdeaThere is only one way of salvation from the righteous judgment of God.

1)  The Final Warning (vv 1-5)

2)  Entering In (vv 6-16)

3)  One Safe Place (vv 17-24)

May God bless you,

pastor scott

Build the Ark (Genesis 6:9-22)

February 21, 2016

Pastor Scott Floyd

Main Idea: Noah’s faith shines brightly in a dark world as he obeys God’s command to build the ark and prepare for the destroying flood. 

1) A Righteous Man (vv 9-10)

2) A Corrupt Culture (vv 11-12)

3) God’s Declaration to Destroy (vv 13-17)

4) God’s Promise to Save (vv 18-22)


For the Lord’s Day 2.21.16

Dear Covenant Church Family,

“Christ is a perfect Savior. Christ has earned and merited salvation for His people. “And I give unto them eternal life” (John 10:28); …One of two things must be true: Either Christ did not merit heaven for His people, or their works do not merit heaven. Christ has merited heaven, however, and thus their works have not.  And in what fashion would their works merit? Completely or partially? If completely, then Christ would be no Savior. If partially, then He would be no complete Savior. Christ is Savior, however, and He is a complete Savior. Thus, our works–neither entirely nor partially–are of no avail as far as meriting salvation is concerned.”

Wilhelmus a Brakel, The Christian’s Reasonable Service, Soli Deo Gloria Publications, Pittsburgh, PA, 1994, pp. 80.

Hymns for Worship:

#101 Come, Thou Almighty King

Lord, Protect Your People (Psalm 14) (Nathan Clark George)

Jesus, Lover of My Soul (Words: Wesley, Music: Thompson)

Sermon Outline:

“Build the Ark”

Genesis 6:9-22

Main IdeaNoah’s faith shines brightly in a dark world as he obeys God’s command to build the ark and prepare for the destroying flood.

1)  A Righteous Man (vv 9-10)

2)  A Corrupt Culture (vv 11-12)

3)  God’s Declaration to Destroy (vv 13-17)

4)  God’s Promise to Save (vv 18-22)

May God bless you,

pastor scott

For the Lord’s Day 2.14.16

Dear Covenant Church Family,

Here’s a reminder of and an encouragement to take advantage of the Sunday School classes at Covenant each Lord’s Day at 9:30 A.M.  We currently have the following classes for you:

1) Adults (Study on Galatians)

2) Inquirers’/New Members (Our Values/Philosophy of Ministry, Doctrines of Grace, Etc…)

3) Teenagers (Worshiping God)

4) 10-12 year olds (Exodus to Ruth)

5) Youngsters (Listening to Jesus)

Hymns for Worship:

#263 Lift High the Cross

Jesus’ Precious Blood (Words: Irons, Music: Wells, Red Mountain Music)

#465 Marvelous Grace of Our Loving Lord

Sermon Outline:

“The Lord’s Sorrow”

Genesis 6:1-8

Main Idea:  Sin demands the Lord’s holy judgment and His grace always wins for His glory.

1)  Sorrow in What He Sees (vv 1-4)

2)  Sorrow in What He Must Do (vv 5-7)

3)  But Noah… (v 8)

May God bless you,

pastor scott

For the Lord’s Day 2.7.16

Dear Covenant Church Family,

When I read Genesis and I think back to Adam and Noah and Abraham… I think to myself, “Wow, that was so long ago!”  But, when I pause and consider the eternality of our God… a few thousand years is really just a drop in the bucket.

Hymns for Worship:

#111 This Is My Father’s World

#693 Blessed Assurance

Behold the Lamb (Getty, Townend)

The Creed of Timothy (Nathan Clark George)

Sermon Outline:

“Not Too Much Has Changed!”

Genesis 5:1-32

Main IdeaMan’s deepest problems and ultimate desires in life remain the same.

1)  Born in Adam’s Likeness

2)  Living (Long), but Still Dying

3)  Walking With God

4)  Waiting for Relief From the Curse

May God bless you,

pastor scott