Omaha Reformed Church  
is a mission work of the Reformed Church in the United States ( www.rcus.org ).  It is seeking to establish a congregation that holds fast to the doctrines and practices of Biblical Christianity.
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Worship Service
(Facebook Live)

To the right is a video of a recent worship service.   It begins as we begin our worship service and concludes after it ends.  

The sermon that Sunday was on Mark 2:1-12 and begins at around 34 minutes into the recording.  In this passage  Jesus not only heals the paralytic, but also reveals himself and his power to his disciples.

Truly Jesus is the incarnate Son of God.  We rightly look and trust in Him as the only One who can forgive our sins, heal our infirmities and bring us into eternal life.

Our Services are Live Streamed over Pastor Randy's Facebook .  You should be able to log go to his page and and see a live broadcast of the service:   HERE .

WHEN?  Sunday's at 10:30 AM or after for the recorded message.


God Centered Reformed worship at:









OMAHA REFORMED CHURCH
4905 N 96TH Street                       (click address)
Omaha, NE  68134

Our Worship Service will begin at:   10:30 AM

Discipleship (Sunday School) around 9:00 AM
















Lord’s Day 1
1.  What is your only comfort in life and in death?

That I, with body and soul, both in life and in death, am not my own, but belong to my faithful Savior Jesus Christ, who with His precious blood has fully satisfied for all my sins, and redeemed me from all the power of the devil;6 and so preserves me that without the will of my Father in heaven not a hair can fall from my head; indeed, that all things must work together for my salvation. Wherefore, by His Holy Spirit, He also assures me of eternal life, and makes me heartily willing and ready from now on to live unto Him.


2. How many things are necessary for you to know, that in this comfort you may live and die happily?

Three things: First, the greatness of my sin and misery. Second, how I am redeemed from all my sins and misery. Third, how I am to be thankful to God for such redemption.


PURPOSE OF THIS PAGE
In addition to providing a place to worship, Omaha Reformed Church also wants to be a resource for spiritual knowledge and learning.  Below you will find series of Questions and Answers from the Heidelberg Catechism.  After each of these you will find an audio link which address the subjects covered. 
Lord’s Day 2
3.  From where do you know your misery?

From the Law of God.

4.  What does the Law of God require of us?

Christ teaches us in sum, Matthew 22, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments hang all the Law and the Prophets.”

5.       Can you keep all this perfectly?
No, for I am prone by nature to hate God and my neighbor.




Lord’s Day 3
6.  Did God create man thus, wicked and perverse?
No, but God created man good and after His own image, that is, in righteousness and true holiness, that he might rightly know God his Creator, heartily love Him, and live with Him in eternal blessedness, to praise and glorify Him.

7.  From where, then, does this depraved nature of man come?
From the fall and disobedience of our first parents, Adam and Eve, in Paradise, whereby our nature became so corrupt that we are all conceived and born in sin.

8.  But are we so depraved that we are completely incapable of any good and prone to all evil?
Yes, unless we are born again by the Spirit of God.
Lord’s Day 4
9.       Does not God, then, do injustice to man by requiring of him in His Law that which he cannot perform?
No, for God so made man that he could perform it;1 but man, through the instigation of the devil, by willful disobedience deprived himself and all his descendants of those divine gifts.2

10.    Will God allow such disobedience and apostasy to go unpunished?
Certainly not,1 but He is terribly displeased with our inborn as well as our actual sins, and will punish them in just judgment in time and eternity, as He has declared, “Cursed is everyone who does not continue in all things which are written in the book of the law, to do them.”

11.    But is not God also merciful?
God is indeed merciful,1 but He is likewise just;2 His justice therefore requires that sin which is committed against the most high majesty of God, be punished with extreme, that is, with everlasting punishment both of body and soul.
Lord’s Day 5
12.    Since, then, by the righteous judgment of God we deserve temporal and eternal punishment, how may we escape this punishment and be again received into favor?
God wills that His justice be satisfied;1 therefore, we must make full satisfaction to that justice, either by ourselves or by another.2

13.    Can we ourselves make this satisfaction?
Certainly not; on the contrary, we daily increase our guilt.1

14.    Can any mere creature make satisfaction for us?
None; for first, God will not punish any other creature for the sin which man committed;1 and further, no mere creature can sustain the burden of God’s eternal wrath against sin2 and redeem others from it.

15.    What kind of mediator and redeemer, then, must we seek?
One who is a true1 and righteous man,2 and yet more powerful than all creatures, that is, one who is also true God.3
Lord’s Day 6
16.    Why must He be a true and righteous man?
Because the justice of God requires1 that the same human nature which has sinned should make satisfaction for sin; but one who is himself a sinner cannot satisfy for others.2

17.    Why must He also be true God?
That by the power of His Godhead He might bear in His manhood the burden of God’s wrath,1 and so obtain for2 and restore to us righteousness and life.3

18.    But who now is that Mediator, who in one person is true God and also a true and righteous man?
Our Lord Jesus Christ,1 who is freely given unto us for complete redemption and righteousness.2
OMAHA REFORMED CHURCH
"Where to Truth Lives"