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Last week we learnt that obedience comes with objections. If you really want to do what God tells you to do, you will soon find out that there there comes a lot of unrest – from without and from within. Therefore we are easily inclined to give up. Jesus didn’t give up. He knew that God would support Him. He went on, in his obedience, until the cross and the grave. But have you ever wondered how Jesus was able to continue? We know that prayer helped Jesus. But what kind of prayer would have helped Jesus? Maybe such prayer might also help us.

Upcoming Sunday we look at Psalm 3. Psalm 1 & 2 both form the introduction to the book of Psalms. Psalm 3 is, in fact, the first prayer in a long series of prayers – ending in complete praise in Psalm 150. In Psalm 3 we hear how David prayed, how Jesus prayed and how we can pray. You are very welcome to learn more!

Treasure Seekers – in person

At Treasure Seekers the kids have seen God’s promise pass from Abraham to his son Isaac.  Before we continue in the book of Genesis from Isaac to Jacob, the kids look briefly at a likely contemporary of Isaac, Job.  They’ll learn that God is faithful, even in difficult times.

During the ICF Delft service, children leave for their own Bible teaching at Treasure Seekers part-way through the service, after the kids’ song, and rejoin for the final song of the service.  The creche room is also available for 0-2 year olds. For those not attending ICFD in person, we’ll continue to send materials by email.

This Sunday, the kids’ Bible passage is Job 1:1-2:10.  The Big Idea is that God allowed Satan to take away all the good things in Job’s life to prove that Job loved God for who he is and not what he had given him. Here is a video telling the story and explaining it. The kids’ song is: 5021 “Sometimes Good Things Happen”.

The memory verse for the Job series is Job 42:2 [NIVUK]:

“I know that you can do all things; no plan of yours can be thwarted.”


Date:26 September 2021
Time:12:30 pm
Location:New Church Delft
Speaker:Jos Slager