Today we’re embarking on a new series in the book of Psalms, and Jake kicks it off by opening to Psalm 150 – a short Psalm that nevertheless lays a kind of framework for praise.
Garrett talks us through Psalms 42 & 43 and how we can praise God even when we are experiencing “Spiritual Depression”
Today we go back with Scott to very first chapter of Psalms, which centers around the power of God’s word – the best self-help book ever written.
David’s Psalm 140 and Psalm 141 mirror each other, and both teach us about the awful power of tongue. Some words are helpful; some words are hurtful–but all words are consequential.
“The Lord is my shepherd…” Thus begins David’s 23rd Psalm, one of the most oft-quoted and beloved Psalms in the Bible; a comfort to martyrs, cited by presidents, simple enough for a child, yet full of theological depth. Garrett helps us understand the rich imagery in this beautiful poem.
Scott teaches us about Psalm 51, where David shows us how having a broken and contrite heart when asking forgiveness brings us closer to God.
Guest speaker Phil closes our series in Psalms with Psalm 30 and his own remarkable testimony.