Find A Sermon
- 1 Samuel
- 2 Samuel
- 1 Kings
- 2 Kings
- 1 Chronicles
- 2 Chronicles
- Song of Solomon
2000 years ago while dying on a cross in Jerusalem, these words from Psalm 22 were declared - “My God, my God, why have you forsaken Me?” These words signaled death and are some of the most depressing words ever spoken, Unless they were spoken by Jesus.
We don’t know the exact time of the writing. But we can say David is beyond childhood, he has enemies and is intimately aware of danger. So David writes this Psalm to express his confidence in the Lord’s care for him. David is asking God to do something for him, rather he is confessing his confidence. And as he reflects on God and what he does he draws two analogies, one of a shepherd and one of a host taking care of his guests.
Do you remember ever having a soul stiring moment? The psalmist in Psalm 104 talks about this idea of being stirred or moved in your soul.
Do I live in a manner that is Holy and Upright and that follows the instruction of God? Or do I have knowledge of God that is not acted upon either due to stubbornness, forgetfulness or even sin.
|3/4/2012||Worthy of Praise
In Psalm 135 we see the faithfulness and Greatness of God revealed. We are going to be reminded of the aspects that make him worthy or our praise, no matter the situation.
|2/26/2012||In The End||Confessions||Brian Bales|
As illustrated by a Ford Fairlane rear view mirrow, do we look back and see what God has done in our lives?
|2/12/2012||Courageous Trust Part 2
The idea that God is our refuge and strength, is again the idea being put forth that he is our stronghold.
David models courageous trust in God.
The beginning of a 12 week study together looking at different Psalms. And as we do that we will see the Confessions of man poured out to God and take comfort in the things that we find.