Sermons on Psalms
Ephesians 4:7-13 — God gives grace and raises up leaders to equip all believers to serve Him and those around us.
1 Peter 2; Hebrews 5; Psalm 1 — It is vital for our spiritual health and growth to be rooted in God’s Word in scripture.
Psalm 148, Revelation 19 — Praise is publicly raising up who God is and what God has done.
John 1:1-4,14; Psalm 33 — Listen to the Word of the Lord, written in Scripture, living in Jesus!
Psalm 136, Matthew 9.9-13 — God demonstrates steadfast love (hesed) toward us through highs and lows, that we might glorify God and bless others.
Ephesians 2, Romans 1 — God created humanity with purpose: to reveal the image of God and to love in the world as God loves.
Hebrews 10:19-25 — Tracing the importance of the community of faith through OT and NT, we look at the exhortation in Hebrews 10 not to forsake coming together as the church.
Ex. 15, Ps 14,67, Mt. 1 — God’s covenant blessing tot he world was ‘salvation’ – to and through Israel and Jesus to the world.
Shalom is a rich biblical term variously translated as peace or wholeness.
Psalm 72 — We consider our response to Jesus as Lord and Righteous King.