Sermons on Psalms
In Psalm 46, the psalmist sees the chaos, turmoil, and strife in the world around and finds comfort in stillness and the knowledge of God Most High.
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.
In Psalm 54 we see David’s response to the betrayal of the Ziphites: first in Prayer, then Preaching, then Praise.
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.
More than 60M abortions since 1973. That is equivalent to the populations of California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, and Nevada combined! Imagine every human being in those states disappearing. That is roughly 19% of the population of the United States today. I don’t typically preach topical sermons, but today is the 50th Anniversary of Roe vs. Wade and the first year since the Supreme Court of the United States overturned it. It seemed like an appropriate year to join with many churches around…
I simply want to recommend four resources to help you to pray. One is essential, and the other three are very helpful. 1. The Word of God 2. Praying the Bible by Donald Whitney 3. A Way to Pray by Matthew Henry, O. Palmer Robertson 4. Echo Prayer App
Absorbed in God’s Word Absorbed in God’s Word Brad Mills / General Bible; Meditate; Purity / Psalm 119:9–16 One of my traditions has been to use the last Sunday of the year to prepare us for the new year. We have considered several psalms which help us to look back with gratitude. But I want to return to Psalm 119 and spend time picking up at vv.9-16. This is the quintessential chapter on God’s word. Almost every verse refers…