Sermon Series
  • 1. Trusting God ... No Matter What

    Contributed on Jun 5, 2006
    based on 54 ratings

    God can be trusted. When our path seems dark... He is our light and our Salvation ... No matter what!

    Trusting God ... no matter what Psalm 27 This psalm is by David. Unlike some of the other psalms, we get no other information. Some psalms say what kind of a song they are, or what instruments are used, or what David was going through when he wrote it. We get none of that. In that sense, it is more

  • 2. Put Your Hope In God

    Contributed on Jun 11, 2006
    based on 12 ratings

    We may find ourselves asking God where He is, but we must remind ourselves that God loves us and God is with us all day long.

    Put Your Hope in God Psalm 42 The writer of this psalm is a Korahite That means a few different things. He was a highly respected Levite who was part of a rich family tradition of music and worship. He was a man of status, deeply embedded in the tradition of Temple worship. It means that more

  • 3. Give Thanks To The God Of The Waters

    Contributed on Jun 28, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    The Lord who brings rain on the earth has provided us with many blessings. Are we experiencing those blessings to the fullest?

    Give thanks to the God of the Waters Psalm 65 I am struck by the similarity between this psalm and number 93. In both, • God arms Himself with strength • The thundering of the waves is referenced • God is shown in His relationship to both land and sea Psalm 93 is in book 4 of the more

  • 4. Praise The King Who Saves

    Contributed on Jul 3, 2006

    The God who delivers from enemies and from death The God who creates the incredible forces of nature. The God who cares for you. Deserves your most intimate and joyful and powerful expressions of praise.

    Praise the King who saves Psalm 95 Unlike some of the psalms, we know almost nothing about the author or the background of this one. It is in Book 4 of the Psalms, so it was probably not written by David. Perhaps it was written a few centuries later, during the time of Hezekiah, who made a more