Psalm 90: Living wisely comes by recognizing our position and by focusing on God-glorifying priorities.
Psalm 40: We know God has heard our prayers for deliverance, therefore, we know he hears our prayers in distress.
Psalm 73. Big Idea: When envy of the wicked sucks our strength and causes our faith to waver, we must look to God as our refuge and source of strength. (We apologize for the absence of the final 7 minutes of the sermon which did not get recorded.)
Psalm 19 – The glory of God displayed in the heavens points us to the grace of God displayed in His Word.
Jesus Christ is our Good Shepherd who protects and provides for His sheep.
Psalm 139 – God knows us completely and the more we get to know God, the more we will praise Him, pray to Him, and follow Him.
Frank shares from Psalm 20 about why God can be trusted during times of distress.
Psalm 52: True repentance is marked by confession, a plea for mercy, and a worshipful response to God’s love and mercy.
We start a new summer series through the book of Psalms beginning with an overview and exposition of Psalm 1: The preface Psalm. The book of Psalms is a collection of prayers and praises that teach us how to live under God’s blessing in his Son.
Big Idea: Concerns about money in this life will naturally lead to worry, but Jesus teaches his followers a better way to lead your heart.