Browse By Series: Psalms
Sunday, December 31, 2017 •
Tomorrow marks the beginning of a New Year and resolution-making is practiced by many. Resolutions are promises. As Believers in covenant relationship with God, we have obligated ourselves to keep certain promises made to God. What are they?
Sunday, August 20, 2017 •
Psalm 137 is categorized as either a National Lament or an Imprecatory Psalm (based on its final verses). But regardless of kind, it addresses the proper response to dealing with painful memories
Sunday, August 13, 2017 •
Psalm 41 is variously categorized as a Personal Lament, a Personal Thanksgiving psalm, a Royal Psalm, and even a Psalm of Illness. But regardless of kind, it speaks to the necessity of helping those in need.
Sunday, July 30, 2017 •
A "quiet soul" is essential for experiencing life as God intends in our turbulent world. In Psalm 131, David, shows us how to compose one.
Sunday, July 02, 2017 •
The Psalms were Israel's inspired hymnal. We don't know the tunes to which they were sung, but like any worship song, the words are the most important feature. Psalm 8 is a beloved psalm of praise celebrating God's divine mandate to the prize jewel of His creation, Mankind.
Sunday, June 25, 2017 •
The Psalms were Israel's inspired hymnal. We don't know the tunes to which they were sung. But like any worship song, the words are the most important feature. These words from Psalm 35 are a prayer for God to deal with nations who broke promises (treaties) with Israel. These words provide counsel for Believers who suffer the broken promises of others.