The Lord reigns. And that is indescribably good news. It’s news that we need on days like these. That’s what we explore the series conclusion of “Drawing Near: Moving Closer to God While Far from Others”.
Sermon Tag: <span>Psalms</span>
Don’t you want to live the life that God has made you to live? Of course you do. For that, we need God’s wisdom. This week’s Psalm of Wisdom walks us down that path.
One of the very best things we can do is to remember how much God has done for us, because it reminds us who the main character and what true theme in our story really is. Check it out!
Imagine living with complete confidence in God, even in the midst of this shaky time. How can we have a faith like that? We explore an answer to that question in this message, as well as a big thing that keeps us from actually trusting him!
How can we give thanks to God when we're in a time like this? Let Psalm 107 guide you!
Sometimes life comes at us in ways we wish it didn't, and we need to express our sorrows, our frustrations, our complaints to God. That's called a lament, and the Psalms teach us how to do just that...and they reveal that God actually wants us to bring our laments to him!
Today, we kicked off a new series on drawing near to God while being far from others – through the Psalms. In this uplifting message, we heard about a Psalm of Praise!
What do we need to be able to survive the storm, the chaos, the fire, the wave? The presence of God. So how do we 'get' it?
Where can you go that is outside of God’s reach? The Psalms promise us that there is no such place. Jesus proves it true in his death. He took on our death so that we could be assured of life. This really changes things. In fact, it changes everything.
“Peace on earth, goodwill to men…” We're talking about the peace that Christmas truly brings, because looking at our world – we have to be missing something!