Sunday Evening Series


As Christians - we all confess something. And what we confess unites us with believers both locally and historically. In order to pursue a greater unity and a more loving fellowship, FFC will be teaching through the Baptist Catechism (often called Keach's catechism - but we aren't using the one he popularized) during our Sunday evening service. There have been some modifications to the catechism over the years and because of this -  your copy may have slightly different wording of a particular question or perhaps, a different ordering of questions or a different question all together depending on what copy you have. Please see the link at the bottom of the page for the baptist catechism we will be using (5th edition - published c.1693)

 

Check below to know what catechism question will be taught during the Sunday evening service.

 

May 1st

81. Q. What is the ninth commandment?
       A. The ninth commandment is, “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.” (Ex. 20:16)

 

82. Q. What is required in the ninth commandment?
        A. The ninth commandment requires the maintaining and promoting of truth between man and man

           (Zech. 8:16), and of our own neighbor’s good name (Jn. 5:12), especially in witness bearing (Pr. 14:5, 25).

 

83. Q. What is forbidden in the ninth commandment?
       A. The ninth commandment forbids whatever is prejudicial to the truth, or injurious to our own or our

             neighbor’s good name (1 Sam. 17:28; Lev. 19:16; Ps. 15:2, 3).

 

May 8th – Mother’s Day: No evening service

 

May 15th -

84. Q. What is the tenth commandment?
       A. The tenth commandment is “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house; you shall not covet your

              neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything  

               that is thy neighbor’s (Ex. 20:17).

 

85. Q. What is required in the tenth commandment?
        A. The tenth commandment requires full contentment with our own condition (Heb. 13:5; 1 Tim. 6:6),

              with a right and charitable frame of spirit toward our neighbor, and all that is his (Job 31:29; Rom.

               7:15; 1 Tim. 1:5; 1 Cor. 8:4, 7).

 

86. Q. What is forbidden in the tenth commandment?
       A. The tenth commandment forbids all discontentment with our own estate (1 Kings 21:4; Esther 5:13; 1

             Cor. 10:10), envying or grieving at the good of our neighbor (Gal. 5:26; James 3:14, 16), and all

             inordinate motions and affections to anything that is his (Rom. 7:7, 8, 13:9; Deut. 5:21).

 

May 22nd

87.Q. Is. any man able to perfectly keep the commandments of God?
      A. No mere man since the fall is able in this life to perfectly keep the commandments of God (Ecc. 7:20; 1

          John 1:8, 10; Gal. 5:17), but does daily break them in thought, word, or deed (Gn 4:5, and 7:21; Rom. 3:9-

          21; James 3:2-13).

 

May 29th

88. Q. Are all transgressions of the law equally heinous?
       A. Some sins in themselves, and by reason of several aggravations, are more heinous in the sight of God

       than others (Ez. 8:6, 13, 15; 1 Jn. 5:16; Ps. 78:17, 32, 56).

 

 

For access to the whole catechism click - THE BAPTIST  CATECHISM

 

Audio recordings for the Sunday evening service can found here - Podbean & Apple Podcasts