The seventh episode in our ongoing series on the book of Psalms.
Psalm 133 might be one of the shortest psalms in the Bible but it is still filled with valuable truths for our lives. Join Pastor Neal and Pastor Nathanael as they discuss David’s inspired and meditative thoughts on the blessing of unity from the Lord!
Part 1 of the Skeptics Series
Pastor Mark and Pastor Neal dig into the question of why people feel the need or longing for God. It’s part of basic human nature to perceive and commune with the divine. The many religions in the world are an example of the answers that mankind offers satisfy this question. From a skeptical standpoint, many people today see the need to believe in God as a weakness or an outdated notion. However, it’s really part of who we are and the Bible describes how God created people with a desire to find out who He is. This question is best answered by the unique gospel of Christ crucified as given to us through the Bible.
The sixth episode in our ongoing series on the book of Psalms.
In Psalm 56 we see more of the trials which David endured and how his life was difficult in many ways that are different than our lives. We also see the quiet confidence of faith that trusts in God’s ways, despite what seems contrary to faith on the outside. David echoes the sentiment over and over that God is the most reliable foundation for one’s trust.
The fifth episode in our ongoing series on the book of Psalms.
Psalm 59 contains several strong sentiments as David seeks God’s deliverance from an array of enemies. The Bible speaks to many of the trials David endured as he sought to follow the plan that God had ordained for his life. For David, the fact that God was his strength and refuge was what he turned to in this difficult moments. Though we face difference trials from David, the source of these hardships (sin) is the same. May the study encourage you as you seek to follow God faithfully and as you endure trials for being a believer of Christ Jesus.
The fourth episode in our ongoing series on the book of Psalms.
Psalm 5 demonstrates the clear standard that God has for complete righteousness. He does not tolerate wickedness and unbelief. Like David and the rest of humanity, we are helpless before God’s demands. But we find peace in the message of God’s mercy which is proclaimed in His house. May the LORD guide you this week through this psalm.