Contributing sermons since Sep 17, 2005
Contributed on Oct 16, 2017
David was a man who suffered much; but his heart’s direction was clear: “Lord, you are great and mighty and deserve all of my praise and honor!” Can we say the same?
Contributed on Oct 12, 2017
How we respond to adversity demonstrates a great testimony for the world to see. Do we run to our God for shelter and comfort … or do we try to wage war ourselves?
Contributed on Oct 11, 2017
These two Psalms give us two very specific challenges: What/who we worship is what we rejoice about … so do we worship God? For us, there is nothing more powerful or restorative than confession of sin, and we need to do that more and more.
Contributed on Oct 4, 2017
In Psalm 3 we saw that trouble brings confidence if our faith is in God, and in Psalm 4 we learn that David’s life reflects a life well-lived trusting God. From this, we can learn that living for God is possible – if we desire it!
Contributed on Sep 28, 2017
The Psalms begin with a very clear choice: we are either part of the Godly or the Ungodly. God promises victory for Himself, and for us, if we abide in Him.