As we conclude this Psalm, we turn to the question of what are we going to do? Are we making the right choices with our service?
What do we love? The world that God has saved us from or the one who saves the world?
Jim takes us through Psalms 112-114 as we continue our one year journey through these songs praising God and applying His truth to our lives.
As we turn to the next part of Psalm 2, how do we understand the language of the Messiah being “begotten”? What does that tell us about the confidence we can have in Him?
Do you believe the end is near? We are told to be prepared and to be patient. But in that patience, we also need to be urgent! Because the end is coming.
Are we offering cleansing and hope to those in the world? Or are we racing to match the world to the point that we have nothing to offer?
John calls us to be vigilant to spiritual threats, offering a message that went against the flow.
Jesus assembles us together to be His representation in the world.
Melanie helps us to unpack one of the most challenging of Psalms, 109, along with the lofty joy of Psalms 110-111.
Though it may appear that God isn’t in control in the given moment, Scripture tells us to have confidence in His steadfast love and power.
Where are we looking for our hope and security? Are we helping others to look to Jesus?
God doesn’t just want something good for us, He wants what is best for us.
God fills you with the Spirit so you can be sent by the Spirit. Often we send people away that the Spirit sends us. Living in the spirit isn’t just for inward growth, it’s also for outward growth as well.
Pastor Tim looks at hope found in God in all situations of life as we turn to Psalms 106-108 this week.
We turn to our own plans and end up missing out on both God’s plans for us and understanding Him. Psalm 2 helps us to think about who is really in control and how we can find peace in His control.
Jim helps us to consider what we think we have to do versus what God actually calls us to do.
Amidst the loud chaos in our life, we often find it hard to get away and sit with God. However, listening to the spirit means getting away so you can hear the still, small voice.
Jason takes us through Psalms 103-105, reminding us of who our God us, the forgiveness He offers us and the joy we have in worshipping Him.
When it comes down to it, where do the problems often begin? How can we guard against false teaching? It all comes down to Jesus.
We can get fixated on what we do and miss God’s grace, but there is joy as we focus on the wonder of what Jesus has done for us.