Sermons by Book: Psalms
The lifestyles of the rich and famous can tempt us to envy and discontent. Psalm 49 provides an antidote by showing the lifestyle of the wise and eternally-minded is better than the lifestyle of the rich and foolish. Press the “Bulletin” button to download a guide to praying Psalm 49.
Message Text: Psalm 49:1-10Listen
What can you do in a time of despair when you can’t see any light at the end of the tunnel? Psalm 88 guides you to express your concerns honestly to God and to find hope by looking to Jesus, your suffering Savior. Click on “Bulletin” tab for a guide to praying Psalm 88.
Message Text: Psalm 88:1-18Listen
Psalm 122 celebrates the joy of corporate worship — an appropriate text for the first Sunday we’ve been able to gather again. For the sake of those not able to attend, the entire service has been posted this week.
Message Text: Psalm 122:- 1-9Listen
Psalm 16 lays out a vision for the believer’s life — a vision that points us to eternity and to Jesus.
[This message was prepared for worship at home, and an at-home liturgy may be downloaded by clicking on the “Bulletin” button.]
Message Text: Psalm 16:1-11Listen
Psalm 46 points us to the antidote to fear in a time of trouble. It is a message we need in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. This message was recorded to be accessed for worship at home while we are unable to gather as a body. Click on the “Bulletin” button to download an at-home liturgy.
Message Text: Psalm 46:1-11Listen