Today we continue our mini-series in Psalms as Pastor Mark Meals teaches from Psalm 32 “Blessed are the Forgiven”.
Today we continue our mini-series in Psalms with an eye toward thanksgiving in Psalm 100. One of the ways in which the Psalms help us is to remind us of how much we have to praise God for…no matter our current station. Whether we are on top of the mountain or in the darkest valley, we have reason to look up and, with Godward emotion, praise His name! The Psalm of Thanksgiving – Psalm 100 – will remind us of our reasons for praise and call us to worship.
The exile of King David from Jerusalem is perhaps the lowest point of his life. David’s enigmatic life led him to be called “the man after God’s own heart”, yet he had deeply destructive patterns of sin. As a result, he knew what is was to face the consequences of his own sin.
Today we continue our mini-series in Psalms with an eye toward thanksgiving. One of the ways in which the Psalms help us is to remind us of how much we have to praise God for…no matter our current station. Whether we are on top of the mountain or in the darkest valley, we have reason to look up and, with Godward emotion, praise His name! Psalm 98 is one of the more jubilant songs in the Psalter. Please join us in studying it!
It’s amazing that God knows the end of the story. What if he didn’t or our story has an different ending from the one you know. Psalm 124 lets us wrestle with that but brings us to praise that God is on our side.
Alexander Strauch of Littleton, CO joins us to show us the environment Psalm 133 was written in and the power unity plays for the Church being the light of the world.
When we face incredibly difficult circumstances, we need to continually remind ourselves of God’s past faithfulness as we wait for God to resolve our present struggle.
Listen as Micah Blowers (our Heritage Bible intern) shares several passages in the Bible where God’s people are in some sort of need and they cry out to the Lord for his help. God’s people knew that God would hear them, and they knew that he would act. That same God now indwells us, knows what we need, and hears us when we call out to him.
A church body will find itself in seasons of grief from time to time. Pastor Dustin takes a look at Psalm 77 in bringing understanding that we should feel sadness and be free to express it, share it and ultimately instruct it.