Text: Psalm 89:14–16 Topic(s): Justice, Character of God Big Idea of the Message: God is powerful and just. His character is the foundation for how he judges humanity and his desire for justice is coupled with mercy. Application Point: Being a follower of a just God means humbly acknowledging God’s work on our behalf and […]
Sermons from Psalms
========== This six-week series for the Sundays during the season of Lent will take us through a serious of reflection on our mortality toward a joyful vision of the New Heavens and the New Earth on the last Sunday of Lent. This pathway—from death to everlasting life—will bring us to a place of expectant hope […]
========== Swimming Up-Stream This three-week series covers three different psalms expressing thankfulness, gratitude, and a postured heart toward God and his faithful actions toward his people. A thankful heart is always a dependent heart. How do we continue to thank God in the midst of dry seasons? ========== Psalms 37:1-40 Do not fret because of […]
God has done the most amazing thing. He has saved us from Sin. How do we thank God?
This Sunday is all about expressing adoration and praise to God for who God is.
What do we do when someone or someone’s cruel with us and all we can think about is taking revenge? How do we pray at those times? Today we look at one of the most controversial Psalms in the Bible. Psalm 137
Sometimes it feels like we are swimming up stream against the current of culture and everyone else in this world. It is tempting to ditch our direction especially God’s direction for our life and join the crowd. How do we not just survive our journey with the Lord, but Thrive even while we are swimming […]
One thing we often don’t like to talk about is un-confessed sin. While un-confessed sin is not the only cause for feeling distant from God, it is one reason that a divide is created. How does un-confessed sin create this divide, and how does confession bring freedom, Joy, and restoration in our relationship with God?
There are times when some people may not just feel abandoned by God, but also Forsaken by God. Psalm 22 is an expression of that feeling and it is the prayer Jesus prayed when he was on the cross. How does Faith address our forsakenness?
There are times in our life where it feels like God has abandoned us. Psalm 42 is an expression of that feeling and it is a deep wrestling within the psalmists soul of finding hope in those troubling times. How do we find that hope in the midst of despair?