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This Psalm is like no other chapter in all the Bible. It is a Song of Sorrow. It is a Psalm of Sadness. It is, without a doubt, the darkness and sadness of all the Psalms. But let us remember that the darkest hour is just before dawn, and so, when tr
Contributor: Dr. Jeremy Simpson (50 sermons shared)
Scripture: Psalms 88:1
THE LONELINESS OF BEING FORSAKEN BY GOD AND MAN MAKES LIFE IN THE PITS INTOLERABLE
Contributor: Paul Apple (388 sermons shared)
A service for Holy Saturday (easter weekend), looking a despair and Psalm 88 as Peter might have said it following his betrayal.
Contributor: Steven Simala Grant (397 sermons shared)
Tags: Easter Resurrection
Did you know Psalms 88 is considered the saddest chapter of Psalms. Why? God is still there even when we have HEAVY SPIRITS.
Contributor: Wade Hughes, Sr (533 sermons shared)
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Psalms 88:1-88:4
Death of the Body, the Biblical response. A lesson on what happens to the body after death.
Contributor: Anthony Smith (216 sermons shared)
Scripture: Psalms 88:10-88:11
In Psalm 88, God gives us permission to be fully human, to face the realties of misery rather than deny them, and to pour our complaints, despondency, and miseries before Him in prayer.
Contributor: Ed Vasicek (551 sermons shared)
As we make our final journey thought the pages of scripture in our current series, we look at the concept of loneliness and seek out what insight scripture has to give us about this most damaging aspect of family life.
Contributor: Jim Kilson (228 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
This sermon focusses on the family of Psalms known as Laments. In a Lament the Psalmist brings his complaints and problems to God. A Lament is also an occasion when the faithfulness and care of God is questioned. Psalm 88 is the example.
Contributor: Allan Quak (111 sermons shared)
Use of Psalm 88 to ask Where God Is in those hurting days of our lives
Contributor: Michael Deaton (8 sermons shared)
Contributor: Hedley Palmer (89 sermons shared)
Scripture: Psalms 88:1