Come to Jesus for Rest
May 24, 2020 Preacher: Hagop Tchobanian
Passage: Matthew 11:28–11:30
Where do the weary and downtrodden go? Are we excluded from Christianity? No! Jesus is the Friend of Sinners. And He is 'gentle and lowly at heart.' So, He bids us, "come to me all who labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest!' This Sunday, we go to Matthew 11:28-30.
Click on the song to sing along to the YouTube version.
- Come, Ye Sinners, Poor and Needy | The Incarnate God ascended, Pleads the merit of His blood, Venture on Him, venture wholly, Let no other trust intrude!
- Dear Refuge of My Weary Soul | Anne Steel (1716-1778) was an English Baptist hymn writer, who wrote this hymn. And can the ear of sov'reign grace, Be deaf when I complain? No, still the ear of sov'reign grace, Attends the mourner's prayer.
- My Hope is Built on Nothing Less | On Christ the solid rock I stand.
- Sing to Jesus | Come and see look on this mystery, Lord of the universe nailed to a tree... Sing to Jesus Lord of our shame, Lord of our sinful hearts!
- Open in prayer. Pray that God would bless those who have gathered in your home as you sing his praises, read his word, and listen to the sermon.
- Sing the first three songs above.
- Watch the sermon video of Matthew 11:28-30.
- Respond to the sermon in prayer. Ask if there are any prayer requests and pray for these accordingly.
- Sing the closing song: Sing to Jesus.
- Close in prayer.