Psalm 67: Let the Nations Be Glad

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Bible Text: Psalm 67:1-7 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms | The original context of Psalm 67 is difficult to determine. However, the point is clear. The Psalmist seeks God’s gracious blessings for His people so that His purposes to bless the nations with salvation will be accomplished.

July 28, 2019
The original context of Psalm 67 is difficult to determine. However, the point is clear. The Psalmist seeks God's gracious blessings for His people so that His purposes to bless…

Psalm 46: God is Our Mighty Fortress

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Bible Text: Psalm 46:1-11 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms | The historic context for Psalm 46 is quite possibly the invasion of Jerusalem by Assyria under King Sennacherib.

July 21, 2019
The historic context for Psalm 46 is quite possibly the invasion of Jerusalem by Assyria under King Sennacherib.

Psalm 32: Blessed are the Forgiven

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Bible Text: Psalm 32:1-11 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms | In Psalm 32, David expresses overwhelming joy at experiencing God’s forgiveness for his sin with Bathsheba. David also gives counsel to others based on his experience with sin and with God.

July 7, 2019
In Psalm 32, David expresses overwhelming joy at experiencing God's forgiveness for his sin with Bathsheba. David also gives counsel to others based on his experience with sin and with…

Psalm 15: Rightly Approach God in Worship

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Bible Text: Psalm 15:1-5 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms | Psalm 15 is a Psalm of David. It may have been composed as David brought the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem and placed it in a tent on the holy hill (2 Samuel 6:12-17).

June 30, 2019
Psalm 15 is a Psalm of David. It may have been composed as David brought the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem and placed it in a tent on the…

Psalm 2: The Rebellion of Man and the Rule of God

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Bible Text: Psalm 2:1-12 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms | According to Acts 4:25, King David is the author of Psalm 2. Even though we don’t know the specific historical context, it is clear that a rebellion is being described. In the immediate context, this certainly describes situations King David faced while sitting on the throne in Israel … Read More

June 23, 2019
According to Acts 4:25, King David is the author of Psalm 2. Even though we don't know the specific historical context, it is clear that a rebellion is being described.…

Psalm 150: Praise the LORD!

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Bible Text: Psalm 150:1-6 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms The historical context of Psalm 150 is unknown. As the last Psalm, one author said “it contains the final great hallelujah.”

September 17, 2017
The historical context of Psalm 150 is unknown. As the last Psalm, one author said “it contains the final great hallelujah.”