Psalm 144: God-Given Victory

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Bible Text: Psalm 144:1-15 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms Psalm 144 is a royal Psalm of David. The historical context is unknown. And yet, it appears that David is in the midst of battle with an enemy army that threatens the nation of Israel.

September 10, 2017
Psalm 144 is a royal Psalm of David. The historical context is unknown. And yet, it appears that David is in the midst of battle with an enemy army that…

Psalm 139:17-24: The Comfort and Conviction of Our Infinite God (Part 2)

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Bible Text: Psalm 139:17-24 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms Psalm 139 is a Psalm of David where he reflects on the infinite nature of God. In verses 17-24, David marvels at God’s plans/purposes before looking at the evil in the world around him and in his own heart.

September 3, 2017
Psalm 139 is a Psalm of David where he reflects on the infinite nature of God. In verses 17-24, David marvels at God’s plans/purposes before looking at the evil in…

Psalm 139:1-16: The Comfort and Conviction of Our Infinite God (Part 1)

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Bible Text: Psalm 139:1-16 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms Psalm 139 is a Psalm of David where he reflects on the extent of God’s knowledge, presence, and power. Far from being a mere theological exercise, David sees these attributes of God as realities that impact his life. The historical context is not known.

August 27, 2017
Psalm 139 is a Psalm of David where he reflects on the extent of God’s knowledge, presence, and power. Far from being a mere theological exercise, David sees these attributes…

Psalm 95: Worthy of Worship

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Bible Text: Psalm 95:1-11 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms Psalm 95 may have been written by King David (Hebrews 4:7). It is a call to truly worship God while also remembering the danger that ongoing heart rebellion poses to true worship and salvation.

August 13, 2017
Psalm 95 may have been written by King David (Hebrews 4:7). It is a call to truly worship God while also remembering the danger that ongoing heart rebellion poses to…

Psalm 90: May God Stamp Eternity on Our Eyes

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Bible Text: Psalm 90:1-17 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms This is the oldest of the Psalms written by the oldest of the Psalm writers. Moses probably offered up this prayer to God as he watched the older generation of Israelites die during the forty years they wandered in the wilderness. See Numbers 14 for the historical context that … Read More

August 6, 2017
This is the oldest of the Psalms written by the oldest of the Psalm writers. Moses probably offered up this prayer to God as he watched the older generation of…

Psalm 51: A Repentant Plea for Forgiveness

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Bible Text: Psalm 51:1-19 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms The historical context for Psalm 51 is found in 2 Samuel 11-12. Instead of leading Israel’s army in its fight against the Ammonites, David was hanging out in Jerusalem. This led to his adulterous relationship with Bathsheba and his organizing of the murder of her husband, Uriah. Psalm 51 … Read More

July 30, 2017
The historical context for Psalm 51 is found in 2 Samuel 11-12. Instead of leading Israel’s army in its fight against the Ammonites, David was hanging out in Jerusalem. This…

Psalm 23: God Always Provides for His People

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Bible Text: Psalm 23:1-6 | Preacher: Jay Anderson | Series: Psalms Psalm 23 points us with confidence to God’s provision and protection of His people for the sake of His great name.

July 23, 2017
Psalm 23 points us with confidence to God’s provision and protection of His people for the sake of His great name.