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Psalms: Life as Worship

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Psalms 2 & 3

How does prayer create the possibility of rest?

  • Engaging us in a Conflict
    • How can a “War Song” allow us to sleep?
    • What does prayer have to do with fighting?
  • Involving us in a Conversation
    • How can David say that God answered him?
    • How are the promises of prayer fulfilled?

Confession

Psalms: Life as Worship

Confession

Psalm 130

Join Jon as we receive our weekly dose of misery and depression! Don’t worry, we won’t stay there.

Why is confession so important? Our lives and this world are not what they should be, yet we prefer the lie and run toward the depths. Fortunately, the destination of our confession is The One who loves to forgive.

 

The Life You Never Expected

The Life You Never Expected

Psalm 130

What do you do when the life you expected, isn’t the life you have? What do you do when you are shaken to the very core?

  1. Weep
  2. Worship
    1. God is personal
    2. God is merciful
    3. God acts in our lives
    4. God is inexhaustible
  3. Wait
    • Morning is coming
  4. Witness

A Redeemed Heart

Jonah: God’s Call to All

A Redeemed Heart

Jonah1:17-2:10

The story in Jonah, as it is throughout God’s Word, is that God wants you to have a redeemed heart.

  1. A redeemed heart finds refuge in God’s Word.
  2. A redeemed heart has an eternal perspective.
  3. A redeemed heart, as much as it is able, is willing to make things right.

The power of perspective

As we continue in the Summer Psalms, hear Pastor Steve speak on Psalm 73, which tells us that we will experience doubt once in a while. When we question whether or not God is just, we need to focus on God to gain the proper perspective because intimacy with the Almighty transcends all earthly power.