This last Sunday I had the privilege of teaching/preaching three times at Reformation Orthodox Presbyterean Church in Apache Junction, Arizona. In the Sunday School hour, I was asked to share something of my personal testimony regarding how the Lord brought me out of the deception of the word of faith movement:
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God-Centered Worship is the expression of praise, glory, thanks, honor, submission and devotion and is to be given to God alone. All else is idolatry. Therefore, Reformed worship is intentionally God-ward, celebrating all that He is and all that He has done in creation and redemption. Worship is not about our feelings or ‘worship […]
Thomas, from Wyoming was a first time guest in our worship service yesterday. He took time to write an email describing his experience with us. I thought I would share it with you as it is a strong encouragement to us all to continue to pursue purity of worship: Pastor John, Brother in the Lord, […]
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Pastor John Samson, guest speaking at Apologia Church, Tempe, AZ – Sunday, July 8, 2018. Theme: The Reformed Worship Service
Two Sermons by Pastor John Samson: Part 1: An overview of various creeds found within the pages of the Bible as well as particular focus upon the Apostles’ Creed, showing its history and profound significance in the life of the Church. Part 2: The Apostles’ Creed has been used as a means of preparation for […]
Deuteronomy 6:4 While John 3:16 is the most famous verse in the Bible, it is fair to say that in the Old Testament, the most well-known words are found in what the Jews call the Sh’ma, found in Deuteronomy 6:4. There in English we read these words, “Hear O Israel: The LORD our God, the […]
“When we think of the Protestant Reformation, we immediately think of the act of Biblical preaching as the means whereby the Gospel was established in the life of the Church. While a very true statement, it is not a complete one. It was when not only idolatry and falsehood were removed from the worship service, […]
In this audio recording, Pastor John provides an overview summary of the London Baptist Confession of Faith (1689) as well as an explanation of its place in the life of King’s Church.
The Reformed Worship Service: Why we do what we do in church.