"Lord" Tagged Sermons

"Lord" Tagged Sermons

Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

The LORD Is My Shepherd, pt.4

Sermon #15 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 23. “The LORD Is My Shepherd, pt.4” Sermon In a Sentence: “My Good Shepherd is also my benevolent Host who serves me from His table, vindicates me before my enemies, blesses me with unending satisfaction, pursues me with his unfailing love and kindness, and welcomes me into His home to dwell with Him forever, and ever, and ever.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

The LORD Is My Shepherd, pt.1

Sermon #12 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 23. Sermon Title: “The LORD Is My Shepherd, pt.1” Sermon In a Sentence: “Because I am a sheep who on my own lacks everything, I need the Lord to be my Shepherd so that I will never lack anything.”
Sermon Series Psalms: Songs of the Heart

A Battle Prayer

Sermon #10 from the Series: Psalms: Songs from the Heart Scripture: Psalm 20. Sermon Title: “A Battle Prayer” Sermon In a Sentence: “In times of anxiety and adversity, God’s people must remember to look to our King Jesus who has triumphed over His foes and given us our victory in His name.”
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

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.”