God Our Glory: Psalms
Summer 2011 marked the second summer of going through several books in the Psalms. This series focused on God our Glory. You can also listen to the first summer series from 2009, God our Comfort.
Do you ever read a passage in the Bible and feel like you just can’t understand what God is trying to say? Listen to this sermon from Jason about Psalm 45, a love song, and how you can see meaning in every word of God.
This sermon concludes the “Psalms: God our Glory” series.
Jon preached from Psalm 95, urging us to have hearts that love God’s glory. He is worthy to be praised and worshiped!
This Sunday Rich preached from Psalm 30 about how God helps draw us out of our pits. When we call out to him, he hears us.
We’re sorry but this past Sunday’s message on Psalm 78 did not get fully recorded. If you missed it, ask someone for notes on this second longest Psalm in the Bible.
Do you find yourself in a pit in which you can’t seem to climb out? Listen to Rich’s message from Psalm 40 about how God rescues us.
Rich preaches from the well-known Psalm 103. It opens with a call to our souls to wake up and bless the Lord, and then outlines the ways in which God has been merciful, namely, that God “does not deal with us according to our sins, nor repay us according to our iniquities.” What good news!
Rich reminds us through Psalm 111 that God is more than just adequate; he is great and his works are great! And he works great things for his people. “Praise the Lord!”
This Sunday Steve preached from Psalm 100, reminding us that we can KNOW God–know his truths, know that he is concerned for our lives, know that he is the reason we can have joy in every circumstance.
For this message from Psalm 93, Rich urges us to broaden our view of our great God. Do you only think of him as a God of personal relationship? Then catch a glimpse of his transcendence!
Rich continues our summer series in Psalms by preaching from Psalm 33, which proclaims the steadfast love of the Lord.
This Sunday, Steve Shank preached from Psalm 8. He encouraged us to adjust our perspective to reflect more on the glory of God, who, even in His majesty, is mindful of man.
What other king would invite rebels and mockers into his court but God our Glory? He substitutes his holy wrath towards our rebellion for grace through the sacrifice of his son, Jesus Christ.
Listen, as Jason kicked off the Summer Psalms series by preaching from Psalm 2.