Heidelberg Catechism LD 20: The Holy Spirit and His Work – Part 3 (Ezekiel 36:25-27 and 2 Corinthians 3:17-18)
We continue our study from the Heidelberg Catechism concerning the Holy Spirit and his work in us. And we will conclude our discussion on Lord’s
Let us begin the sermon this morning with an application of last weeks point regarding the relationship between worship and mission. We heard from last
Heidelberg Catechism LD 20: The Holy Spirit and His Work – Part 2 (Ezekiel 36:25-27 and Galatians 5:16-24)
We continue our study from the Heidelberg Catechism concerning the Holy Spirit and his work. Last week, we noted that the Holy Spirit is the
Before we begin let us prayer: Teach us your way, O Lord, and lead us on a level path. Teach us, O Lord, to follow
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Greetings in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ,
We are Zion Cornerstone Reformed Church at Imus. Welcome to our church website!
As a reformed church, we’re committed to proclaim the historic Christian faith. We believe it is God who calls, gathers, protects, and builds his people through ordinary means of grace.
Our Lord Jesus Christ rules his church by His Word and Spirit. The marks of a true church are: preaching of the pure Gospel, administration of the Sacraments, and the practice of church discipline. We firmly believe that God’s infalliable and inerrant Word alone must rule in our church, and we publicly declare our beliefs expressed in the Three Forms of unity (Belgic Confession, Heidelberg Catechism, and Canons of Dort) and Westminister Confession of Faith together with the Larger and Shorter Catechisms.
We encourage you to read our articles, sermons, and blogs on this site. They are expositions of God’s Word pointing us to the gospel – the person and work of our Savior Jesus Christ. And if you’re interested to join us every Lord’s Day, reach out to us on our Contact Page.
Rev. Lance Filio
Minister of the Word and Sacrament
When God Leads His People
Zion Cornerstone Reformed Church was formed by believers who were concerned that most evangelical churches have departed from scriptural teachings to accommodate modern social trends. We are united in our belief in the Bible, the creeds of the church, and the teachings of the 16th century Protestant Reformation.