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  • The Impact Of Worship Series

    Contributed by Jeff Kautz on Jan 5, 2019

    Third Sermon When we worship what should be our impact

    The Impact of Worship-145 1-21.docx Psalm 145:1-21 Our church secretary, Cathy, has really done a super job with our weekly bulletin, don’t you think? On the rare occasion that we have a typo, it’s usually my fault for not catching it when I proof it. Other churches are not as fortunate as we are more

  • That's Good! (Part One)

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Nov 26, 2018

    You've heard the phrase, "God is good all the time and all the time God is good". But how do we define 'good'?

    THAT'S GOOD! (part one) We've heard the saying, "God is good all the time and all the time God is good." What is good? The word can mean many things. It can refer to something that's of high-quality (that's good stuff). It can refer to someone who's virtuous or moral (he's a good person). It can more

  • How Great Thou Art

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Nov 4, 2018

    The 2nd most well-known song in the English language, after Amazing Grace, is How Great Thou Art. Interestingly, Psalm 145 mirrors the verses of this great hymn. This sermon extols God's greatness and goodness.

  • God Of All Comfort

    Contributed by David Mende on Jul 17, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    When you are afflicted, receive God’s comfort through the Spirit. And then comfort others who are also afflicted. I would be delighted if you could rate this sermon and give brief feedback.

    INTRODUCTION (SECURE ATTENTION) & BACKGROUND OF THE PASSAGE: PRAY before starting the sermon. ILLUSTRATION: {On July 10, 2018, there was a report in the Economic Times website with the headline: ‘89 percent of India's population suffering from stress.’ That’s about 9 out of 10 Indians! The more

  • The Promises Of God’s Compassion Series

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Jul 6, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    A sermon on The Promises of God’s Compassion found in Psalm 145.

    We continue in our series on hope found here and this month our focus is on the compassion of God. This morning I want us to consider together The Promises of God’s Compassion by looking at a Psalm where King David speaks of God’s goodness, greatness, compassion and grace, Psalm 145. In the more

  • The Revival Of Praise & Worship Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Feb 4, 2017

    The Revival of Praise & Worship through the adoration of 1) God’s Greatness (Psalm 145:1–6) 2) God’s Goodness (Psalm 145:7–10) 3) God’s Government (Psalm 145:11–13) and 4) God’s Grace (Psalm 145:14–21).

    Today is Super bowl Sunday. There is no bigger sports phenomena in the world for a combination of viewership, marketing, advertising and hype. As excited as people get for sporting events, it’s no exaggeration that there are Super bowl fanatics. Celebrating their favourite team, and player, more

  • Why Worship

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 6, 2015

    Why Worship

    Psalm 145 - Why Worship I. Because of His Position - 1 I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. A. The Character of His Position - 1. He is a Praiseworthy God - "I will extol thee” 2. A more

  • God Is Good

    Contributed by Shawn Miller on Feb 20, 2015

    A message using multiple stories illustrating the goodness of God in his divine protection, divine providence, and divine participation

    God IS Good Introduction: Matthew Henry said “As He is good to all, so he does good – He is good to all his creatures, from the highest angel to the meanest worm, to all but devils and damned sinners, that have shut themselves out from his goodness. All his creatures receive the more

  • I Will Praise Him Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Oct 16, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Just how, and why, do you praise the Lord?

    “Soul Talk: I Will Praise Him” Ps. 145 An expressive woman wandered into a liturgical service. As the pastor preached, she became so caught up in his message that she exclaimed, “Praise the Lord!” A fellow worshipper leaned over and whispered, “Excuse me, but we more

  • David's Psalm Of Praise

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jun 7, 2014
    based on 6 ratings

    The LORD preserves all who love Him. This is the flip side of our own perseverance.

    DAVID’S PSALM OF PRAISE Psalm 145:8-9; Psalm 145:14-21 Psalm 145:8. Proclamation “The LORD is gracious, compassionate, slow to anger, and merciful” (Psalm 145:8). This is similar to the self-revelation of the LORD to Moses (Exodus 34:6). It is an integral part of Israel’s understanding of more

  • The Hero Of All Times, Jesus Christ

    Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Jan 22, 2014
    based on 2 ratings

    The sung by Bonnie Tyler, "Holden Out of a Hero" got me thinking about Jesus Christ who the greatest hero of all times.

    Title: The Hero of All Times, Jesus Christ Introduction: When you hear the word hero what comes to your mind. Perhaps it is a favorite movie star, a sports star, or an admired influence in your life. There are actual people who can be your hero or you may have a fantasy hero like Superman, more

  • How Great Thou Art

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Nov 17, 2013

    With the exception of Amazing Grace, no song is more universally loved worldwide than How Great Thou Art. Interestingly, the great hymn follows similar themes as Psalm 145:1-9. This sermons examines how truly great God is from this great psalm.

    How Great Thou Art Chuck Sligh November 17, 2013 TEXT: Psalm 145:1-9 – “I will extol thee, my God, O king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. 2 Every day will I bless thee; and I will praise thy name for ever and ever. 3 Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised; and more

  • Worshiping The All Mighty Series

    Contributed by Jose Wallace on Sep 21, 2013
    based on 5 ratings

    A study of Psalm 145. Verse by verse with daily life applications to better absorb the marvelous grace of our Lord.

    Psalm 145 originates from true and wholesome worship from King David’s lips. With his last writing in the book of Psalm, David focuses on a wonderful God, who lives for eternity, with no beginning or end. Here we see a unification of praise. Anyone can sing this praise, Jew or Gentile, man more

  • The Lord Is

    Contributed by Gregory Lilly on Mar 8, 2013
    based on 7 ratings

    How would you define the God you serve? Here our Psalmist tells us a few things about our Great God.

    Psalm 145:8-9 Introduction: When you think about the Lord and Who He is, you can define Him in so many ways-good, great, gracious, merciful, loving, longsuffering, self-sacrificing, giving, all-knowing, all-powerful, and ever present; just to name a few. Here David more

  • Celebrate His Might And Majesty!

    Contributed by David Simpson on Jan 18, 2013

    A Sermon celebrating the might and majesty of our God!

    Sermon Lanier Christian Church Celebration Sunday (Outside Worship) October 30, 2011 Celebrate His Might and Majesty Psalm 145 Psalm 145 is a special psalm. A special song of David. It was written in an acrostic format, meaning each line starts with a letter of the Hebrew more