What is our aim for this coming year? How will you keep on target, and better yet, how will you succeed? Today we look at what Psalm 119 has to say.
Just In Time Inventory And Sheep
Life has way too many burdens to handle. Today, Dr. Wayne Johnson gives us a fresh look at Psalm 23 and how God lifts the load that we attempt to carry on our own. There's so much more, but take the time to listen. This is a good one.
Psalm 1 Keys to a Better 2021
Nowhere to Run Nowhere to Hide
That's right. There's no way to escape how much our Living God loves us, knows us, watches over us, cares for us. We just have no idea, and if we come even remotely close to understanding the depths of His intimacy with each and every one of us, we would want to have as much constant conversation with Him as possible. We're still digging deep into prayer. Today we're looking at Psalm 139.
Most of us are fairly familiar with this very very quoted Psalm and the comfort it gives to those at death's door. However, this Psalm has even more to say about God's character. Let's take a look.
There's a huge difference between joy and happiness. Happiness is typically driven by our circumstances. So often we hear sermons that key on the priority of joy. But is God also concerned about our day to day happiness? You bet. But there's a price to pay, conditions to be met; not hard but definitely necessary.
Because my only hope is God I must repent of my sin and wait for His deliverance.
While generally speaking the Psalms were written by King David and his contemporaries, this Psalm is unique as it is authored by Moses. He pleads for clear perspective, mercy, blessing and contentment.
While we acknowledge Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord, we forget that He is also our husband.
In this stirring Psalm of David we see the placement of mankind in God's creation against the backdrop of Jesus Christ.
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