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Psalm 51 – The Greatest Love Gift From God (Repentance)

Speaking from one of the great repentance pieces in the Bible, Psalm 51, Pastor Bill highlights the deep love of God for the contrite of heart. This is another sermon in our 2018 summer sermon series – Living In the Goodness of God – wherein we walk through some of the psalms of David. August…

Psalm 91 – 5 Back To School Prayers

Looking at Psalm 91, Pastor Bill points out how it as a springboard for our prayers for our kids as they begin their new school year. (Not a bad idea to pray these throughout the entire year, too!) God bless you as you listen and as you go about your day!

The Blessing of Oneness Among God’s People – Psalm 133

Pastor Andrew concludes our Summer Sermon Series – Living in the Goodness of God – by expounding upon Psalm 133. The blessing of God in the harmony of the saints is wonderful – compared to the blessing of the most holy things, and a taste of eternal life itself. The blessing and unity is from…

Do Not Fear, but Trust in God – Psalm 56

Pastor Leslie continues our summer sermon series, walking through some of the psalms of David – Living In The Goodness Of God. Psalm 56 is a wonderful psalm of trusting God, despite all the reasons to fear. Our antidote to fear is worship and leaning on God’s word.

Life in the Pit: Trusting God’s Unfailing Love – Psalm 40

On July 29, Liam preached the third installment of our summer sermon series, “Living in the Goodness of God,” where we track through some of the psalms of David. Here is a synopsis: In life, we face tough situations. In fact, Jesus tells us to expect trouble, “I have told you these things, so that…

Psalm 2 – The Lord Reigns

Jim preaches from Psalm 2. This is the second of our summer sermon series, “Living in the Goodness of God,” in which we focus on David’s life as seen in a number of Psalms. God reigns over the nations and over the chaos. He did this by appointing David to be king. He does this…