Sermons on Psalms
Text: Psalm 8 Main Point: You will never find your “true identity” until you grasp your utter dependency.
Text: Psalm 103
Text: Psalm 84:1-12 What goes on in your mind when you think about or prepare for meeting with the Lord and his people to experience together worship and fellowship? Your answer to that question reflects on where your heart really is. Psalm 84 describes a heart set on worshipping God with his followers.
Text: Psalm 1 Psalm 1 is a picture of 2 people – 2 ways to live – 2 choices – and 2 ultimate outcomes. It is also a summary of the book of Psalms and even of the entire Bible. But most importantly, it is a good look in the mirror at yourself. As you read and study this short Psalm, see if you can see yourself in it.
Text: Psalm 8 Ever wonder what God thinks of you? David in the Old Testament book of Psalms, chapter 8, gives us the answer and a reason to live. And he begins this ancient song by inviting us to say with him to the Lord, “How majestic is your name in all the earth!” With the starting place of praise, we are lifted up by the Lord in honor so that we can lift him up in praise.
Text: Psalm 15:1-5 Psalm 15 is a short Psalm written by David, but its words contain a manual for men who want to live holy lives in the presence of God. This is a Psalm about who God wants to spend time with in worship and fellowship. It is especially appropriate for men on this Father’s Day who want their lives to shape their families, their church, and their community.
Text: Psalm 85:1-13 What is the greatest need in our country today? Is it jobs? Is it greater government support? Or is it less government control? How about a stronger military? You name it, and it will probably make other people’s list too. But how many would say revival from God? Is your heart crying out for revival like the voice of the psalmists recorded in Psalm 85? Listen to this four-fold cry from the heart.