Sermons on Psalms

Sermons on Psalms

Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

Strength for Today and Bright Hope for Tomorrow

Sermon #8 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 16. Sermon Title: “Strength for Today and Bright Hope for Tomorrow” Sermon In a Sentence: “When you make the Lord your Supreme Treasure, you will possess strength for today and a bright hope for tomorrow.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

From Foolish to Forgiven

Sermon #7 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 14. Sermon Title: From Foolish to Forgiven Sermon In a Sentence: “Don’t be foolish and continue in your rejection of God, but rather, humble yourself before Him in repentance and receive the salvation that He offers to you through Jesus Christ.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

From Sighing to Singing

Sermon #6 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 13. Sermon Title: From Sighing to Singing Sermon In a Sentence: “When God delays and you feel abandoned, pour out your heart to Him, trust in His unfailing love, and allow your troubled sigh to turn to thankful song.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

Worship the Majesty of God

Sermon #5 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 8. Sermon Title: Worship the Majesty of God Sermon In a Sentence: “His creation of the universe and His care of humanity should cause your soul to burst forth in humble adoration of the majestic God who loved you enough to send His Son to be your Savior.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

A Psalm for Cramped Spaces

Sermon #4 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 3. Sermon Title: A Psalm for Cramped Spaces Sermon In a Sentence: “If you find yourself in a tight spot or a cramped space brought on by the pain of rejection and conflict, draw near to the Lord and allow His joy and peace to give you room and let you rest.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

When Trouble Comes

Sermon #3 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 3. Sermon Title: When Trouble Comes Sermon In a Sentence: “Because every single one of us are by nature defiant rebels against God, He has powerfully and decisively set His Son on the throne to end that rebellion, and sent His Spirit to call all rebels everywhere to submit to and take refuge in the Lord Jesus Christ or suffer His eternal wrath.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

Why Do the Nations Rage?

Sermon #2 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 2. Sermon Title: Why Do the Nations Rage? Sermon In a Sentence: “Because every single one of us are by nature defiant rebels against God, He has powerfully and decisively set His Son on the throne to end that rebellion, and sent His Spirit to call all rebels everywhere to submit to and take refuge in the Lord Jesus Christ or suffer His eternal wrath.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

Are You Blessed?

Sermon #1 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 1. Sermon In a Sentence: “The person who would be blessed must reject the way of the ungodly that leads to destruction and enter upon the path that leads to eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ.”

Peace of God

Scripture Reference: Psalm 131 Sermon in a Sentence: As we live in these uncertain and anxious times, resting in our relationship with Jesus helps us get off the unhealthy ladder of comparison, find contentment in our risen savior which gives us hope now and forevermore.

The Peace of Christmas

Series Title: Advent 2019. Sermon Title: The Peace of Christmas. Scripture: Psalm 85. Sermon In a Sentence: “Christmas reminds us that Christ came to secure our peace through His death and resurrection, that we can live at peace in the present despite our struggles and circumstances, and that He has given us hope for lasting peace in the future.”

A Thanksgiving Sermon

Sermon Title: A Thanksgiving Sermon . Scripture: Psalm 107:1-32. Sermon In a Sentence: “Because we have been saved, freed, healed, and delivered, we who are redeemed should always be thankful and ready to give testimony to the Lord’s grace and mercy”

Bless the Lord…Pure Worship

Psalm 103 Sermon in a Sentence ” The reality of God’s great goodness and our great need of Him should constantly call us to the deepest and purest worship of God.”

Ending the Journey with Blessing

Sermon #6 from the series: “The Psalms of the Ascent: As pilgrims united together through Christ who bless God with our lips and our lives, we journey with confidence that the Maker of heaven and earth has blessed us with eternal life in heaven with Him.

Promises, Promises

Sermon #5 from the series: “The Psalms of the Ascent: The substance of our faith in the present is rooted in the fulfillment of God’s promises in the past and fixed on the certainty of their fulfillment in the future.

What a Thankful Heart Is

Sermon #5 from the series: “The Psalms of the Ascent: A thankful heart is a rescued heart convinced of God’s protection, a forgiven heart assured of God’s mercy, and a humble heart contented with God’s will.

Do Work: Working to Build our Families

Sermon #5 from the series: “The Psalms of the Ascent: A Disciple’s Journey toward the Heart of God” – When we follow the blueprint God provides and fight to work for our families with God at the center, we will give a foundation to and rise a generation that will work for the things of God.
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