• Psalm 8 | His Great Name

    Intro: It’s probably difficult for Christians to connect the Psalms with the teachings of the New Testament. And I think that’s because of the lack of understanding of one very simple truth: and that is this: that the whole Bible,…

  • Psalm 6 | A Contrite Heart

    Intro: The writing of Psalm 6 is attributed to King David, as we note in the text. And while we don’t know for sure what the precipitating event was that gave David reason to write this Psalm, there are indications…

  • Psalm 5 | You May Approach The Bench

    Intro: I think it’s becoming increasingly more common to teach something “offensive” as we make our way through Scripture. You don’t even have to TRY and find something “offensive” to teach in Scripture. It used to be that the topic…

  • Psalms 139 | My God – Part 2

    V1-6 God is omniscient V7-12 God is omnipotent and omnipresent V13-18 God is my loving creator V19-24 He is my God Last week we learn about some of the attributes of God. An attribute is a quality, character, or characteristic…

  • Psalms 139 | My God – Part 1

    V1-6 God is omniscient V7-12 God is omnipotent and omnipresent V13-18 God is my loving creator V19-24 He is my God The objective of a christian life is not going to heaven, but to know God and be transformed by…

  • Psalms 4 | Held By Him Who Hears Us

    Introduction: One of 73 written by King David. David: something of a Preacher; a “proclaimer” of the truth. A royal one at that. A follow-up to Psalm 3, these two Psalms are often taken together (with Psalm 3 being called…