Darby Creek Church [DCC]
Darby Creek Church Worship Service for May 23, 2021
Sermon notes for church service at Darby Creek Church on Sunday, May 23, 2021. Services start at 9a and 10:30a
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  • Darby Creek Church [DCC]
    1145 Amity Rd, Galloway, OH 43119, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM

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Giving

For your convenience you may put your offering in one of the donation boxes located near the back of the main meeting room or in the cafe area.
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Music from today
-All I Am
-O Come To The Altar
-Your Glory / Nothing But The Blood
-Glorious Day


God Alone [May 23] Luke Miller
Psalm 51: My Sins and God’s Mercy

Psalms often start as personal prayers. Psalm 51 is king David’s personal prayer of repentance after having taken Bathsheba and killing her husband. We are going to look at this prayer of David’s to see what we can learn about our own hearts and God’s character.
Title: My Sin and God's Mercy - Psalm 51
Series: David's Prayer Journal
Approach – vs. 1-2
Plead for forgiveness – vs. 3-9
Plead for transformation – vs. 10-17
Prayer & Promise – vs. 18-19
Knowledge of self without the knowledge of God leads to despair, so knowledge of God without the knowledge of self leads to presumption. – Martin Luther
Your sin is taken away from you in the death of Jesus, in the resurrection of Jesus you are given new life.
There is no sinner that is beyond the forgiving and transforming grace of God.

Peace With God

Want to know how to become a Christian and to have peace with God?  Check out the link below. 

https://peacewithgod.net/steps-to-peace-with-god/

Miss a Weekend?

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