Sermons on Psalms
Click above to play the audio only of the sermon. Or, to download it, click “Save.” How does God work to restore sinners? God breaks the sinner’s heart over his sin God leads the sinner to confess his sin God stirs the sinner to plead for God’s grace
Are you buried under the weight of your sin? (Crushed) Psalm 130:1-2 Do you believe that God can and wants to forgive sin? (Hopeful) Psalm 130:3-4 Do you long to know God? (Waiting) Psalm 130:5-6 You can have faith and sure hope because of God’s promises in Jesus! (Full of Faith) Psalm 130:7-8
Overwhelming Trouble (Psalm 3:1-2) Overwhelming Confidence (Psalm 3:3-4) Overwhelming Calm (Psalm 3:5-8) As David ran for his life, he couldn’t outrun God’s grace. It is in this very mess, it is in this very dysfunction, that David realizes that God is his only help and shield and salvation.
Is Jesus your King or your consultant? There is no refuge from him, but there is refuge in him! (commentator Derek Kidner) 4 Voices, 3 verses each in this Psalm: 1) The Voice of the World – “God Is Not My God, Jesus is Not My Savior” (vv. 1-3) 2) The Voice of the Father – “No One Will Thwart My Salvation Plans” (vv. 4-6) 3) The Voice of the Son – “All Authority & Salvation Have Been Given to Me” (vv. 7-9)…
1) The Problem 2) The Solution 4 things to do— 1) Pour out Your Soul 2) Plead With God 3) Pray the Promises 4) Preach the Gospel to Yourself
We live in a society full of fear today. Yet the Lord offers us freedom from fear because He is our Shepherd. Do you know Him? Can you say, “The LORD is MY Shepherd,” not just, “The LORD is A Shepherd?” I will not fear because the Lord is my Shepherd (vv. 1-3) I will not fear because the Lord is my Savior (vv. 4-5a) I will not fear because the Lord is my Sovereign (vv. 5b-6)