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Summary: Did you notice that the Bible always talks about the right hand of God; never the left. Why is that? Well, I can’t tell you for sure, but it could be that the right hand was thought of as the strong hand, and the right arm the strong arm.

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May 1, 2006

"Living at the Right Hand of God!"

Psalm 44:1-8

Did you ever notice that the Bible always talks about the right hand of God; never the left.

Why is that?

Well, I can’t tell you for sure; I can only speculate.

But it could be that the right hand was thought of as the strong hand, and the right arm the strong arm.

That’s true today for most people, since most people are right handed.

Let’s have a show of hands and see if that’s true for this group.

If you’re left-handed, hold up your left hand.

Count hands: _____ out of_______.

Do you think that’s a typical number?

_____% is usually left handed.

This evening the subject of the lesson is “Living at the Right Hand of God.”

The text for the lesson is Psalm 44, verses 1-8.

While David was fighting with the Syrians, the Edomites made an invasion into Israel.

In the midst of the anguish that that caused, this Psalm may have been written by the Sons of Korah.

1 For the choir director: A psalm of the descendants of Korah. O God, we have heard it with our own ears— our ancestors have told us of all you did in other days, in days long ago:

2 You drove out the pagan nations and gave all the land to our ancestors; you crushed their enemies, setting our ancestors free.

3 They did not conquer the land with their swords; it was not their own strength that gave them victory. It was by your mighty power that they succeeded; it was because you favored them and smiled on them.

4 You are my King and my God. You command victories for your people.

5 Only by your power can we push back our enemies; only in your name can we trample our foes.

6 I do not trust my bow; I do not count on my sword to save me.

7 It is you who gives us victory over our enemies; it is you who humbles those who hate us.

8 O God, we give glory to you all day long and constantly praise your name. (NLT)

Today, I would like for us to focus upon the greatness of God and the joy and pleasure He has in store for those who desire to live and serve Him.

It‘s often seems strange to hear from those who claim to be faithful believers and followers of Christ as they complain about the condition of the world and the problems that they face.

Many talk about these things as if we have neither hope nor the power to be overcomers of life's difficulties.

Paul talks about hope in 1 Thessalonians 4:13, "But I would not have you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning them which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others which have no hope."

Christians experience sorrow sometimes; but it is not the hopeless sorrow of the world.

Jesus is coming again, and that means reunion and eternal rejoicing!

Paul said, “No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, (and then, because he doesn’t want to miss anything, he adds) nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is In Christ Jesus our Lord." (Romans 8:37-39)


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