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Sermons on “Psalms”

Ascension Day 2019

Ascension Day has fallen on hard times in recent years. In this look at Psalm 110 and Acts 2, we learn why the Ascension needs to be reclaimed as a central part of the gospel of Christ.

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Praying for our rulers

Psalm 72 is a prayer for a ruler. But, given the sate of the world today, it is a very bold prayer to pray. Listen to the sermon to discover which ruler is worthy of this prayer.

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A Sound Word

Listen to how the meaning of “blessed” (as described in this Psalm), lays a foundation for the Gospel.

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The real capital city of Jerusalem

Jerusalem was the capital city of the biblical nation of Israel. Politically and spiritually, what does that mean today? How should we be thinking about ancient Jerusalem, and how should we think about the promised New Jerusalem?

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God’s knowledge of our lives

As our Creator, God knows everything about every aspect of our lives. Listen to how God uses this knowledge and what it means to us as believers.

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When our world falls apart

Psalm 46 is God’s Word to teach you how to prepare for when your world comes apart… and where God actually is when that inevitable trouble arrives.

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What makes God particular worthy of praise?

Ponder this question, then listen to David’s answer in Psalm 8. The answer is different to what we might have answered.

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Psalms at Work: Success

Any success that we experience is ultimately comes from God. How do we praise God for success?

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The struggle to find rest

The world is busier today than ever before, and even when we take time off we struggle to find rest. Learn a vital truth from Psalm 62 about where to find true rest while in the midst of a frantic world.

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Why do evil people succeed?

“Why follow God’s ways when the world’s ways seem to work better?” – this is the question tackled in Psalm 37. We examine this Psalm especially in how it may help us to uphold righteousness while working in an environment that doesn’t.

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