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  • I Will Praise You, O Lord

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on Nov 30, 2013
    based on 81 ratings

    I will praise you, O Lord. How should we praise Him? I see some ways in this text. 1- I will praise you in my heart 2- I will praise you in the world 3- I will praise you in song 4- I will praise you in humility 5- I will praise you in trouble

    INTRO.- Praise. How important is it? ILL.- I like this cute story. Everyone needs recognition for his accomplishments, but few people make the need known quite as clearly as the little boy who said to his father: "Let's play darts. I'll throw and you say "Wonderful!'" God does the good more

  • Whole-Hearted Praise

    Contributed by Dan Parton on Mar 13, 2013
    based on 6 ratings

    The older David became, the more pronounced his praise became.

    Whole-Hearted Praise Psalm 138:1-8 Introduction: This marvellous Psalm was penned by King David under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. We never have to worry about the content of the Bible! It is all God-breathed, it is all profitable, and it is all good! When God breathed out each and every more

  • Exploring The Magnificent Treasures Of God’s Word Series

    Contributed by Bishop Lalachan Abraham on Jan 15, 2013
    based on 18 ratings

    God’s name represents His authority, yet He has exalted His Word as the highest authority, above all other authorities, and even higher than the authority of His own name! It suggests that we will only understand His name (His authority, nature and attrib

    Exploring the magnificent treasures of God’s Word Today I was reading Psalm 138 and came across a fascinating statement, “You have magnified Your word above all Your name.” A prayer in the Bible commonly known as the Lord’s Prayer contains the phrase, "Hallowed be Your more

  • Witnessing To The "Gods" Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Nov 26, 2012
    based on 64 ratings

    What "gods" was David witnessing to? And how can the decision he made influence our choices in how we witness for our Lord?

    OPEN: A Sunday School teacher once asked her students: “What do you think God looks like?” These were some of the answers: - He looks like Billy Graham. - He’s an old man because of all the years He’s been alive. - He looks like a human being with a heart, feet, eyes more

  • Similarities Of God And His Word

    Contributed by Rodelio Mallari on Nov 11, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    God is so much similar to His word – the Bible. The two are so closely connected that it is impossible to separate the attributes of God’s word (Bible) from God Himself.

    Intro: The Gospel of John begins by calling “the Word of God” as God (Read John 1:1). This opens up an interesting study between “the Word” (Jesus) and “the word” (Bible). In our study we are going to see that God is so much similar to His word – the Bible. The two are so closely connected that it more

  • 2009 New Year Promise Message: The Lord Will Perfect That Which Concerns Me

    Contributed by Dr. Stanley Vasu on Jan 4, 2009
    based on 19 ratings


    2009 NEW YEAR PROMISE MESSAGE **************************************** THE LORD WILL PERFECT THAT WHICH CONCERNS ME: PSALM more

  • Promises In The Night

    Contributed by Aaron Kilbourn on Jul 10, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    When life gets too hard, instead of turning away from God, we should be reaching out for God’s hand that is reaching out for you.

    Psalm 138 reads, “I will praise You with my whole heart; Before the gods I will sing praises to You. I will worship toward Your holy temple, And praise Your name, For Your loving kindness and Your truth; For You have magnified Your word above all Your name. In the day when I cried out, You more

  • In God's Book We're Going To Be Winners

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Mar 26, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    A sermon on perfection of the Christian. (Inspiration and some material taken from Charles Spurgeon’s sermon on Psalm 138:8)

    Sermon for 3/25/2007 In God’s Book We Are Going to Be Winners Psalm 138:8 Introduction: There was a perfect man who met a perfect woman. After a perfect courtship, they had a perfect wedding. Their life together was, of course, perfect. One snowy, stormy Christmas Eve this perfect couple more

  • Praise God With Our Whole Heart

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Nov 15, 2006
    based on 13 ratings

    Pentecost 18(C) - Believers want to praise God with their whole heart because our Lord God is faithful and our Lord God preserves us.

    PRAISE GOD WITH OUR WHOLE HEART October 8, 2006 - PENTECOST 18 - Psalm 138 Dearest Fellow-Redeemed and Blessed Saints in the Lord: As we heard this Psalm this morning, we probably picked up already the overriding theme of praising, giving thanks and worshipping the Lord. This is the more

  • What Prayer Will And Won't Do

    Contributed by Jennifer Casto on Jun 5, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    How to pray and how not to pray...that is the question...

    What Prayer Will Do and Won’t Do Prayer can strengthen the soul (Ps. 138: 1-3). How to pray and how not to pray...that is the question... Statistically, we are told that 78% of all Americans pray at least once a week. 57% pray at least once a day. (found more

  • Putting Confidence In The Faithful One

    Contributed by David Gant on Jan 23, 2006
    based on 8 ratings

    Principles drawn from Psalms 138 regarding faithfullness to God -- as He is faithful to us.

    Putting Confidence in the Faithful One Psalm 138 A PSALM OF DAVID. I. Psalm 138 ? a short reading with some added interpretations for clarity. 1 I will praise You with my whole heart; Before the gods (i.e. IF there were any other gods looking) I will sing praises to You. ؉There are no more

  • Are You Ready For Some

    Contributed by Dean Meadows on Jun 11, 2005
    based on 12 ratings

    This is a sermon for preporation for a upcoming Revival.

    Are you ready for some Revival? 6/4/2005 Psalm 138 All of us came remember on Monday nights, Hank Williams coming out and singing are you ready for some football. It is a joyful song for many football fans around. Finally something good to watch on Monday more

  • Look What God Has Promised

    Contributed by Dana Visneskie on Sep 10, 2004
    based on 50 ratings

    I talk about God having a plan for the church body, our families, and our personal lives. I use the life of David to show that in spite of great difficulty, God was working out His plan for David’s life.

    Title: Look at what God has promised (From the life of David) Text: Psalm 138:8 Read Text!!! Pray!!! Introduction: Two men were riding a bicycle built for two when they came to a steep hill. It took a great deal of struggle for the men to complete what proved to be a very steep more

  • Why Sing Carols? Series

    Contributed by Tom Doubt on Dec 24, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    Carols are an expression of joy that resides in our hearts, with a rhythm of God’s love, a radiance of God’s glory, surrounded by His caring arms, and gift wrapped in His plan for us.

    Dr. Tom Doubt, Senior Pastor Four Mile Creek Baptist Church Richmond, VA December 21, 2003 WHY SING CAROLS? Psalm 138 BACKGROUND: A. On these Sundays prior to Christmas we have been looking at the “C”s found in Christmas. 1. First “C” was the Coming, the prophecy more

  • You Have A Purpose

    Contributed by Jonathan Thayer on Nov 21, 2003
    based on 25 ratings

    This sermon is a broad look at the purpose of are lives. It starts with the most basic butmany times most over looked fact, that we do have a purpose.

    This morning we will be talking about the purpose of are lives, if you have your bible turn to Psalms 138:8. What is purpose? Purpose is the very thing that drives us to do the things that we do in this world. For some it may be money, others the need for approval by others, for some family, and more