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Reflections, Images, and Videos for the First Sunday in Lent

March 10, 2017

Mar. 5

jesus-temptedMarch 5 was the First Sunday in Lent, the Season in which we focus on Our Lord’s unfathomable love for us. We watched the 4 videos embedded immediately below before our 10 a.m. Service to prepare us for worship. This measureless love features prominently in the first 2. The 3rd has a creation theme that is continued in the First Holy Scripture Reading. and the 4th shows scenes from the Judaean Wilderness, the location of Our Lord’s fasting and temptation described in our Gospel Reading.

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We began our 8:30 and 10 a.m. Liturgies with the following video on what Lent is “all about.”

Here’s the Gospel Passage that was read at both Services.

Here are 2 sermons for the First Sunday in Lent.


At our 8:30 and 10 a.m. Services, we followed our practice of processing the Great Litany on the First Sunday in Lent, as in the video below.

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In honour of the Feast of St. David on March 1, our 8:30 and 10 a.m. Services featured a number of Welsh hymns. We ended both of them singing perhaps the best-known of all the Welsh hymns, “Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah.” (Unlike the congregation of Tabernacle Welsh Baptist Church, Cardiff, in the video below, we sang it in English only!)

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As we departed our 10 a.m. Services, the following videos sent us into the world with hearts singing of our Saviour’s love.

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One Comment
  1. Glad I’ve finally found soihetmng I agree with!

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