In 1 Timothy 1:18-20, Paul admonishes Timothy to prepare for spiritual warfare and exercise discipline in the church.
In Psalm 73, the Psalmist is troubled by the world outside and confounded by looking within until he looks upward and discerns the eternal destiny of the wicked and finds comfort in our wonderful God.
In Psalm 5 we see David’s commitment to prayer.
The story of Joseph shows us God’s hand in the events of history as he works out his plan of redemption.
In Psalm 54 we see David’s response to the betrayal of the Ziphites: first in Prayer, then Preaching, then Praise.
Scott Parish leads us through an investigation of what it means to worship God.
Join Pastor Dieleman as he explores the words of Jesus to the Church at Ephesus in Revelation 2:1-7
In Psalm 1 and Psalm 119, we see the psalmist’s love for the law of God. We can categorize the laws of God in three ways, and use them in three distinct ways.
We join the Psalmist in Psalms 42 and 43 as he sings through external tragedy, internal despondency, and wrestling with God, and clinging to Christ.