On Sunday the Holy Spirit showed His great power by indwelling the Apostles in Jerusalem.
On Sunday people from everywhere gathered to hear the Word of the Lord.
On Sunday Peter preached a powerful, convicting sermon.
On Sunday thousands were baptized into Christ for the forgiveness of their sins.
On Sunday God began a movement that would forever change the world and impact the world like no other movement in the history of mankind.
On Sunday people will gather together in homes, in rented buildings, on ships, and in large facilities to worship our Creator.
On Sunday all over the world our Risen Lord and King will be remembered through the observance of His Supper.
On Sunday we will do our best to offer up prayers that will be a pleasing aroma to our loving Father.
On Sunday we will seek to praise Him by singing from the depths of our heart.
On Sunday we will return to Him the first-fruits of all that He has so bountifully showered upon us.
On Sunday around the world we will listen to His desires for us as His marvelous Word will be read and heralded by preachers of the Gospel.
On Sunday people who are hurting physically, emotionally, and spiritually will come together to be encouraged, edified, and strengthened by binding their hearts together with others who are hurting.
On Sunday single mom’s will spend time getting their children ready to gather with others in worship.
On Sunday an elderly person will attend their first worship without their departed loved one who they have faithfully sat beside for more than fifty years.
On Sunday a teenage will be present to worship without anyone in their family because a friend invited them to worship.
On Sunday parents will sit in places of worship praying that a child who has walked away from the Lord will find their way back to Him.
On Sunday a Christian couple will sit beside one another during worship wondering if their marriage is going to make it.
On Sunday a godly Christian woman will sit in worship praying that her husband will obey Jesus.
On Sunday there will be people who are present in worship physically but their mind and heart will be a million miles away.
On Sunday concerned members of congregations will do everything within their power and will pray with all they have in them that the Church will not divide.
On Sunday shepherds in God’s Church will be present for worship and will be praying fervently that they are doing their best to shepherd and feed the flock that He has entrusted to them.
On Sunday elders will be praying that their preacher will proclaim the life-changing Word of God with passion and conviction.
On Sunday a preacher will stand before the Church with his heart breaking because of family concerns.
On Sunday a preacher will stand to preach worn out physically and emotionally, knowing he is unprepared because of spending so much time ministering to his people.
On Sunday a preacher will stand to proclaim God’s Word with a heavy heart because of disagreements with Church leadership wondering if he will have a job on Monday.
On Sunday a preacher will stand before the people of God and preach his heart out praying all the time that it will make a difference in the lives of those who listen.
On Sunday there will be rejoicing in Heaven and on earth when someone gives their life to Christ by being baptized for the forgiveness of sins.
On Sunday prayers will be answered when a prodigal makes their way home.
On Sunday God will be pleased when His children worship Him in spirit and in truth with all of their hearts.
Dear Father, help us on Sunday to pour out ourselves to You. We pray that You will be pleased with everything that we do as we gather together to worship. As we seek to glorify You and honor our Savior we pray that our hearts will be right. In Jesus Name we pray, Amen.