Psalm 89 is the “cap” to Book III of the psalms. It’s a psalm that praises God for his glorious work but it’s also a psalm that lacks the very thing we should do before we complain: self-reflect. Continue reading Psalm 89: A Covenantal Psalm of Complaint
Our psalm today is considered the most gut-wrenching psalms out there. It’s full of pain, suffering, anguish, and honest questions about what God is doing and why. And yet through all of this we are also given a glimpse of their own hope. Continue reading Psalm 88: An Honest Psalm of Despair
Psalm 87 is a really short one that may seem obscure – but let us not get lost in the obscureness and fail to see the hope it declares. Continue reading Psalm 87: A Psalm of God’s Wide Embrace
David’s prayer to God seems chaotic and random and yet it is in that randomness that we see just how in need he is of God and how trusting he is of the one who can put it all back together. Continue reading Psalm 86: A Fervent Prayer to God
Psalm 85 is a beautiful psalm that reveals a relationship with God that is authentic, hopeful, painful, and yet full of love. It’s a psalm that challenges all people to fully understand who they are and who God is as well. Continue reading Psalm 85: A Psalm of God’s Unfailing Love
This is part 3 of a 5 part sermon series on the “5 Solas” that came out of the Reformation. This third part is on “Christ Alone” and our text is Hebrews 4:14-5:10. Continue reading Salvation in Christ Alone – Heb 4:14-5:10
Do you find joy in worship? What about going TO worship? If not – maybe you should!
This psalm becomes a convicting challenge to not only find joy in worship but find ANTICIPATORY joy in that worship you are heading to. Continue reading Psalm 84: A Psalm of Anticipatory JOYFUL Worship