Sermons on Psalms
A Prayer for Global Praise
Text: Psalm 67 Main Point: God blesses us so all people will know Him and praise Him.
War and Peace with God
Text: Psalm 27
The Ear of the Shepherd
Text: Psalm 80 Main Point: God’s people on Earth have the ear of their Shepherd in Heaven
Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve
Text: Psalm 26 Main Idea: Our feet can stand on solid ground because of Jesus.
Taste And See That The Lord Is Good
Text: Psalm 34 Main Point: Thanksgiving magnifies God’s faithfulness and motivates the faithful to rightly fear him.
I Am A Creature
Text: Psalm 8 Main Point: You will never find your “true identity” until you grasp your utter dependency.
The Power of Praise for Persevering Faith
Text: Psalm 103
Home is Where the Heart Is
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.
“Living Happily Ever After”
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.
“Who Are We in God’s Eyes?”
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.