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This is the first sermon in The Ten Commandments series. Often, when people read these commands they think of God as being a rule-making taskmaster. Yet, when we see the background of the Ten Commandments, we find a different picture altogether.
This is the final sermon in the LifeSong Series. In this sermon we look at one of the lowest times that David experienced in his life. Psalm 51 & 32 remind us of the seriousness of sin; but also of the sufficiency of our Savior to forgive.
We continue the LifeSong Sermon Series looking at David in Psalm 63 as he experienced a satisfied soul during a dark time in his life. It is often during the difficult seasons that our desperation and passion for God gets stronger. Consequently, when our passion for God grows our satisfaction in Him follows. God’s “lovingkindness”…
Our God is a God of life! Psalm 139 reminds us that we are “fearfully and wonderfully” made. As we think about LifeSongs they are really life convictions. We affirm the importance of worship, of God’s Word, of faith, and of life. Politicians and celebrities may weigh in with their opinions, but what God says…
As we continue through our LifeSongs series, we are digging in God’s Word to see an example of trust. God’s Word is very clear “without faith it is impossible to please Him”. So what does it look like to trust God in trials?
As we continue the Lifesongs series we observe the importance of the Bible in our lives.
Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of faith. Galatians 6:10
As we continue in our Lifesongs series we continue with the theme of worship. God created us to share in a relationship with Him, to love Him and worship Him. Our worship is always a response to who He is!
This the first sermon in the Lifesongs series. It is also the first of two sermons from Psalm 100. As we begin our Lifesongs series we begin with worship. God created us to share in a relationship with Him, to love Him and worship Him. Our worship is always in response to who God is.
This is the final sermon in “The Lord is My Shepherd” series. We can find rest in the fact that the Lord is in control. This sermon reiterates the truth that He is our Shepherd. We also find there are two other motifs that picture the Lord and how He works in our life. He…