Sermons on Psalms

When Darkness Is Your Only Friend

So far in this series on suffering, we have looked for God’s larger truths and purposes that come to us through seasons of pain and hardship. But what about when those realities don’t seem to be a season — but a permanent reality? What about when all we can see is seemingly unending darkness and […]

What Pro-Life Must Be

It is the issue of our time. It tears us apart socially and politically — and it is a dark shadow over us spiritually. What is the way to light? How are we as a church and as believers to speak to an area of such hurt and such struggle, socially and personally? How can […]

The Real Return of the King

God rules this universe and has created us and called us to share in His glory. But something’s wrong – we are fallen and broken and cannot enter the Lord’s presence as we are. What can we do about it? Nothing (to save ourselves)! So the gospel is an invitation to see ourselves as we […]

The Lord Is My What?!

Many people know and love this chapter of the Bible. There is more here than we realize, however. God identifies Himself and us in some very surprising terms. Look closely – there are huge implications here for who we are and for how God comes to us to rescue us! Text: Psalm 23  

Lord, We (Still) Need to See You

Creation sings and testifies to the glory and truth of God – but we are stubborn and blind and refuse to see. We need more if we are to be saved. So God has run to us and revealed Himself through His Word – the greatest way that we know who He is and what […]

The Reason for Your Praise

The Westminster Confession tells us, “The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” It sounds glorious, but the reality is that it can be very hard to find the ability to worship and praise our Savior, especially when violence and chaos surround our world and fear marks our future. What […]