Altamont Reformed Church

November 7, 2021

Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Sermon by Rev. Matthew van Maastricht
Scripture Text: 1 Kings 19:1-15a

Choir Anthem: "Remember Me"

In the night in which our Savior was betrayed,
He broke the bread and to His friends said:
“Take and eat, this is my body given for you;
Take and drink, this blood of mine is shed for you.
Do this always to remember me. Remember me.”

In the night in which our Savior was denied,
He bowed His head, and to the Father cried:
“If it be your will, let this cup pass from me;
if it be your will, spare me this agony.
In the darkest hour will you remember me? Remember me.”

In the night in which my deepest doubts are known,
you come to me and I am not alone.
When I taste your blood and body given for me,
when I hear your prayer in dark Gethsemane,
then I know you will remember me. Remember me.
O Lord, remember me. Remember me.