Our new sermon series for October and November, Fall in the Psalms, will take a deeper look at some themes in the Psalms.
I love the book of Psalms because it is raw and honest. As followers of Christ, we can identify with the songs, poems and prayers of the writers. Throughout the ages, it has helped believers through times of hardship, heartache and discouragement. On a personal level, the Psalms have inspired my own prayer life and journey with Jesus. He truly is the Good Shepherd.
October 1 Praise in the Psalms (Psalm 113:3)
October 8 Thanksgiving (Psalm 95:1-3)
October 15 Psalms of Confidence (Psalm 23 & 131)
October 22 My Soul Longs for You (Psalm 42:1)
October 29 Fear Not (Psalm 63:1 & 27)
November 5 He Rescued Them (Psalm 107:6)
November 12 Psalms of Disorientation (Psalm 13 & 69)
November 19 The LORD Who… (Psalm 146)
November 26 I Sought the LORD (Psalm 34:4)
When talking about the Psalms, Jason Soroski says “…we are given testimonies of praise, lament, repentance, and worship. We are given a preview of who the Messiah will be, and how his salvation will reach throughout the world.”
May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face shine on us so that your ways may be known on earth, your salvation among all nations. May the peoples praise you, God; may all the peoples praise you. Psalm 67:1-3