Our only comfort is that we are not our own.  How do we live and die in this comfort?  How do the three G's - Guilt / Grace / Gratitude - contribute to our comfort?  The Heidelberg Catechism asks tough questions, but then guides us to comforting answers that summarize the Bible.

Life is pretty simple... there are only four questions we need to answer, but these questions have fascinated people for thousands of years.  The Bible gives the answers to these questions, which are summarized for us in the Belgic Confession.

Knowing that God elected (choose) you to be His own before He created the world is the foundation of your identity.  Not only did He choose you, but He atoned for your sins on the cross, regenerated you, and drew you to Him.  These Biblical truths are summarized for us in the Canons of Dordt, which are also known as the Doctrines of Grace.  This week is part one.

The reason we can, as we learned the first lesson, live and die in God's comfort, is that God will always keep us - enable us to persevere, until we are called home to Him.  This week we conclude our look at the Canons of Dordt.

God put His mark on you when you were baptized, and He continues to feed and care for you through a process called the Means of Grace.  In this last two sessions we will focus on how God provides grace to us through the preaching of His Word and through the sacraments.

This week we will be preparing to meet with God in the most intimate way possible - through the bread and juice offered to us in the Lord's Supper.

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