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  • Pressure Situations Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 94 ratings
     | 11,713 views

    HOW TO HANDLE PRESSURE SITUATIONS = CASTING OUR BURDEN ON THE LORD

    BIG IDEA: HOW TO HANDLE PRESSURE SITUATIONS = CASTING OUR BURDEN ON THE LORD INTRODUCTION: David was an expert at handling pressure situations; we’re not talking about sports (that’s all about competition and fun), but rather about the serious types of pressure that threaten our very ...read more

  • How To Deal With Emotional Pain

    Contributed by Victoria Pederson on Aug 30, 2015
     | 9,138 views

    A study of David's pains expressed in Psalm 55 and Dr. Stephens Ten Hidden Emotions to help us deal with our pain in everyday life.

    Pain is a part of life that every person endures. The bigger question is: How do you handle your pain? Are you the kind that stuffs it down deep? Or do you wear it on your chest as a badge for all to see? David was a man who dealt with a lot of pain in his life. He was the youngest of seven ...read more

  • Healing And Recovery From Betrayal, Rejection And Abandonment

    Contributed by Randy Bataanon on Oct 25, 2017
    based on 3 ratings
     | 14,259 views

    Betrayed and rejected by his own son and abandoned by his most trusted adviser, David escaped to the Mount of Olives weeping. Out of this sad experience, he wrote Psalms 55. First hand, he learns the lesson on how to recover from the pit of rejection.

    HEALING AND RECOVERY FROM BETRAYAL, REJECTION AND ABANDONMENT Psalms 55:1-23 Betrayed and rejected by his own son and abandoned by his most trusted adviser, David escaped to the Mount of Olives weeping. Out of this devastating experience, he wrote Psalms 55. First hand, he learns the lesson on ...read more

  • I Believe I Can Fly!

    Contributed by Darrell Boone on Jul 17, 2002
    based on 79 ratings
     | 13,907 views

    This sermon is about having the courage and the God kind of faith, empowering the believer to rise above their present circumstances.

    I would like to preach and teach about three things that can transform your life. Number one, believe that you can! Second, conceive that you can! Third, acheive what you can. Or another way of saying the same thing in a different tone is to say it like this: conceive it with your mind, believe ...read more

  • Wings Of A Dove

    Contributed by Arlen Payne on Sep 1, 2002
    based on 26 ratings
     | 4,510 views

    In times of great trials we can trust the Lord.

    On the Wings of a Dove Psalm 55 Reading: Psalm 55:1-6 In this Psalm we see David in a great trial. A good friend had betrayed him. We don’t know exactly who this friend is…Saul? Absalom? Some say it is a prophecy of Judas Iscariot when he betrayed Christ. I. His distress Vs. ...read more

  • Stress Can Save Your Life

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Aug 20, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,781 views

    If someone tells you that he is free from all stress or anxiety, he is either a fool or a liar. We all have to learn to live with a certain amount of stress and tension.

    Stress Can Save Your Life Psalm 55 Have you heard the Jamaican song: “Don’t Worry, Be Happy!” Can you picture a Jamaican man who is enjoying a stress free life? He lives a life always on vacation. There’s no stress, no concerns, no bills to pay, no children to shuttle from place to place, ...read more

  • Know Thyself Series

    Contributed by Mark Eberly on Oct 26, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,042 views

    This week we turn the focus on understanding ourselves and gaining emotional awareness so that we may know God. Four competancies will be shared to help us become emotionally aware so that we might be emotionally healthy spiritually.

    Back to School Know Thyself Psalm 55:1-5, 16-17 October 25, 2009 This week and next week we are going to look at several emotional health competencies. These are qualities that emotionally healthy people cultivate and display. These give us plenty of things to work because none of us have all ...read more

  • Handling Troubles The Right Way

    Contributed by Larry Finley on Oct 1, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,719 views

    How we handle the troubles of life will determine victory or defeat.

    1. A Critical Evaluation Vs. 3-8; 12-14 A. Destructive Enemy v. 3 B. Despairing Heart vs 4-5 C. Desire to Quit vs 6-8 D. Desperately Alone vs. 12-14 2. A Careful Supplication Vs. 1-2; 16-17 A. Pray Expectqantly v. 1 B. Pray Honestly vs. 2, 9, 15 C. Pray Passionately ...read more

  • Psalm 55 Series

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Mar 2, 2020
     | 4,411 views

    How excruciating is the heartbreak from the betrayal of a trusted friend! David expresses his anguish as only David can.

    For Sermon Central researchers: I have posted a series of 15 sermons on the Psalms. In recent personal studies I have found the psalms to be richer and more thought-provoking than I had fully appreciated. I had too often swept swiftly through psalms without slowing down to inquire as thoroughly as ...read more

  • I'll Fly Away

    Contributed by Evie Megginson on Aug 2, 2003
    based on 50 ratings
     | 12,341 views

    NOTICE THIS FLYING AWAY INVOLVES A LIFTING UP,THIS FLYING AWAY INVOLVES A LEAVING, AND THIS FLYING AWAY INVOVES A LANDING.

    I’LL FLY AWAY PSALMS 55:1-6 In these verses written by David, he is being oppresed by his enemies. He is tried of percution and wicked ways all around him. Thus, in his prayer to God, he says I wish I could fly away to a place of rest, get away from it all. Have you ever felt like that? ...read more

  • The Shadow Of Betrayal - Psalm 55 Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Jun 21, 2006
    based on 11 ratings
     | 8,925 views

    It is vitally important that in our dark times, we cast our cares on God. As Peter says, He cares for you.

    The shadow of betrayal Psalm 55 The psalm is a maskil. Ultimately, we don’t know what a maskil is. The best idea we have is that the word maskil is associated with the word "wise" or "skilled." In the times of the ancient Hebrews, wisdom could apply to anything. You could cook wisely (some ...read more

  • When The Bottom Falls Out Series

    Contributed by Wes Richard on Aug 22, 2005
    based on 24 ratings
     | 9,072 views

    Psalm 55 can serve as a prayer when you experience reversals in life

    When the bottom falls out Psalm 55 I read of a brick layer who ended up in the hospital with extensive injuries because of a work-related accident. His insurance company wanted information about his injuries, so he attached the following explanation: In your letter, you asked for ...read more

  • How To Deal With Mean, Ugly, Back-Stabbing People

    Contributed by Charles Holt on Jul 2, 2008
    based on 5 ratings
     | 18,512 views

    King David’s experience with his son Absolom and his counselor Ahithophel from Psalm 55 provide the backdrop for this message.

    Charles W. Holt Community of Grace Church (An Assemblies of God Fellowship) cholt@gt.rr.com HOW TO DEAL WITH MEAN, UGLY, BACK-STABBING PEOPLE Psalm 55 I want to begin with a trivia question. Question: Who was Spike Jones and the City Slickers? I remember them as a musical ...read more

  • Help For The Broken Heart

    Contributed by Mike Turner on Jul 15, 2005
    based on 37 ratings
     | 9,359 views

    In his time of heartache, David found help. So can we !

    Help For The Broken Heart Psalms 55 I. The Sorrow........His Heart Was Aching. David was a man after God’s own heart, and yet he experienced heartache. All of us go through difficulties in our life that are so deep, and so ...read more

  • Dove's Wings

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Nov 9, 2000
    based on 161 ratings
     | 9,894 views

    A devotional for believers in trial

    “AND I SAID, ‘OH, THAT I HAD WINGS LIKE A DOVE! I WOULD FLY AWAY AND BE AT REST. 7 BEHOLD, I WOULD WANDER FAR AWAY, I WOULD LODGE IN THE WILDERNESS. 8 I WOULD HASTEN TO MY PLACE OF REFUGE FROM THE STORMY WIND AND TEMPEST’.” I wonder if anyone has ever lived who has not at some point ...read more