Sin is a problem for everyone – even for those who have a heart after God. Psalm 51 is the response of David after a major sin event in his life. From this psalm we also see the pattern when we deal with our sin as well.
There is no Biblical promise that life will be easy, but we are promised that God will be with us in all things, and if we call out to Him, He will respond. In this message we will be looking at the profound truths that Psalm 43 holds for each one of us.
Psalm 22 describes in detail what would be fulfilled in Christ 1000 years later. In this message, we will explore this psalm, how it was fulfilled in Christ and what it means for our lives today.
Psalm 8 describes many reasons why the name of God is majestic in all the earth. Some of them will surprise you, and all of them will focus your attention and heighten your understanding of God and His work, resulting in greater praise and honor of God in your life and in the world.
This message will focus on the wisdom of Psalm 1 as it contrasts the way of the Word vs. the way of the world. One way is the way of happiness, the other the way of great loss.
The psalms hold some of the most-loved and most-quoted words of all time. Through them, God speaks to us as the psalmists express their minds and hearts to God. In this new series, your mind and heart will be enriched and enlightened as we explore and grow in understanding this book as a whole and mine the truth of selected psalms.
Christmas is now behind us and we are looking toward celebrating a new year with a fresh start. If you want to “love life and see good days” this upcoming year, this message will help you learn how to do this from the wisdom and words of God!
“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you.” (John 14:27 ESV). Jesus gave us Himself, Jesus gave us peace. In this message we learn from the prince of peace as we prepare for and anticipate the coming of the King.
In our anticipation and preparation of the coming King, let us look to the scriptures to gain insight from the shepherds about how we are to live as people of joy.
Have you ever been betrayed or deeply hurt by someone you love dearly? Perhaps you are living from that place now. What would God have you do? Find out this week as we encounter the life of Joseph and Mary and learn to live as people of love.