"All the paths of the LORD are steadfast love and faithfulness, for those who keep His covenant and His testimonies" (Psalm 25:10).
Covenant Church (PCA) - Houston, TX
Monday, November 19, 2018
Transforming Hearts, Conforming to Christ
 
 
 
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"Forty-four Years of Faithful Teaching from God's Word" (1974-2018)

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We are...

  • A Bible believing, Evangelical, Presbyterian and Reformed congregation
  • Worshipers of God in the manner He prescribes in Scripture
  • Preaching and Teaching the whole Bible for today's Church
  • Undershepherds of Jesus who know and carefully tend His flock
Prayer Meeting (2nd Sunday): 5:00 p.m. instead of  Evening Worship

NURSERY PROVIDED 
 

ADDITIONAL PARKING in parking lot of office building south of church property.
                                                                     


 

                                                                 
Pearland  - Alternating Mondays
Sugar Land - Alternating Tuesdays 
Northwest Houston - Alternating Wednesdays
West Houston - Alternating Thursdays
Women's - Alternating Tuesday Mornings
Woman-to-Woman Discipleship - 3rd Friday
 
 


    

Introducing Rev. Dan Clay,
our new Associate Pastor, and his wife Amy.

 
 

 
This Sunday in History:
1307 - In Switzerland, William Tell was made to shoot an apple off his son's head with a bow and arrow for his failure to salute the despotic Austrian ruler. Tell succeeded in the task but was imprisoned when he threatened the life of the governor. He later ambushed the governor and killed him in an act that sparked the uniting of the Swiss against their Austrian rulers. This resulted in the independence of the Swiss nation. The legend of William Tell first appeared in a fifteenth-century ballad and formed the basis of the drama Wilhelm Tell (1804) by Friedrich von Schiller and the opera Guillaume Tell (1829) by Gioacchino Rossini.
 
 
Used with permission of authors Grant and Wilbur in The Christian Almanac.


 
Statue of William   
     Tell and Son
                   
 

 
 This Sunday at Covenant, November 18, 2018
   
 9:40 AM  Adult Sunday School
During the fall quarter, we offer these opportunities for learning on Sunday morning:
♦ Christian Contentment.

During this quarter, the class will be using The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment by Jeremiah Burroughs. Some of the topics the class will cover are Christian contentment described, how Christ teaches contentment, the evils of a murmuring spirit, how to attain contentment. Teacher: Mr. Dan Gelok; Location: N. Education Building.
 
♦ Worship at The Abbey Assisted Living--A Practicum    
Elder Ben West leading
You are invited to participate in our outreach worship service at The Abbey Assisted Living, which is less than half a mile from Covenant. Your help is appreciated as a singer, and as an encourager to the residents there. Please see Elder Ben West for details on how you can help.
 
 
 
Worship Theme:    God Our Savior
Sermon Title:       "An Unnumbered Multitude Worship God as Savior"
Sermon Text:        Revelation 7: 9-17
Preaching:            Rev. Lou Veiga, Senior Pastor
Sermon Outline:   I.  An Unnumbered Multitude of Saints Lead Heaven in 
                                    Worship.
                           II.  All the Hosts of Heaven "Amen" the Saints' Worship.
                          III.  The Identity of the Unnumbered Multitude of Saints Is
                                   Revealed.
 
Every creature in heaven worships God as the Savior of the world. Some souls from every nation, tribe, people, and language will stand before the throne of God and praise the One on the throne and the Lamb for His great salvation. Some of these worshippers are Old Testament Jews, others are Jews that converted to Christ, and others are Christians from every part of the world. They all have come through the great tribulation. They all are true sons of Abraham by faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. They compose a multitude numbering more than the sands of the seashore. These al are now victorious through the salvation of our God. These all enjoy the life of God as the one people of God forever.
 
 
Worship Theme:    Eternal Life
Sermon Title:       "A Personal Eschatology"
Sermon Text:        Philippians 1: 19-26
Preaching:            Rev. Dan Clay, Associate Pastor
Sermon Outline:   I.  The Christian's Attitude Towards the Unknown
                           II.  The Christian's Attitude Towards Eternity
                          III.  The Christian's Attitude Towards Our Present Life

Teaching from Philippians 1: 19-26:  The Apostle Paul models the way for us to live God-honoring lives in light of our future appearance before the judgment seat of Christ.
 
 

                   


  
“This is the covenant I will make ... declares the Lord.  I will put my laws in their minds and
write them on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people” (Hebrews 8:10).
 

 

 

 


 Last Update 12 November,
2018
  

"Behold, I am laying in Zion a stone, a cornerstone chosen and precious, and whoever believes in Him will not be put to shame." 1 Peter 2:6



  I was glad when they said to me, "Let us go into the house of the LORD."  Psalm 122:1