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Worshiping in the Midst of Lions | Psalm 57

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Scripture: Psalm 57
Topics: Culture & Politics, Doctrine of Worship, Worship,
Contributor: Connor Hensley

This week Connor Hensley an Elder at Covenant Bible church preaches from Psalm 57.

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What Is Godly Sorrow | Psalm 51 (Part 2)

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Scripture: Psalm 51
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of Sin,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Pastor Joel Webbon preaches on the true nature of confession and the biblical characteristics of “godly sorrow” from Psalm 51:8-17. The contrite man does not merely ask for forgiveness, he asks to be changed.

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What Is Godly Sorrow? | Psalm 51 (Part 1)

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Scripture: 2 Samuel 112 Samuel 12Psalm 51
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of Sin,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Pastor Joel Webbon preaches on the true nature of confession and the biblical characteristics of “godly sorrow” from Psalm 51:1-5.

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God

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Scripture: Psalm 46
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Anxiety, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Whether our source of hardship be from without or within, the Lord is a “refuge” to all those who seek shelter in him. God is not merely our hope of future deliverance from every kind of “trouble,” but he is also our source of “present help.” He presently helps his people by equipping and empowering them to bear any kind …

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Being Mistreated To The Glory of God

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Scripture: Psalm 43
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Anxiety, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Bitterness, Faith & Hope, Justice, Personal Holiness, Suffering & Persecution,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

In Psalm 43, David pleads with God to deliver him from the hands of those mistreating him, but not before first submitting himself to be examined by God. John Calvin once said, “It is vain for us to expect that God will avenge the injuries and wrongs which are done to us, unless our own integrity be so manifest as …

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Finding God’s Presence In The Midst Of Pain

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Scripture: 1 John 5:18-21Psalm 42
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Anxiety, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Bitterness, Faith & Hope, Justice, Personal Holiness, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Suffering & Persecution, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of Worship, Worship, Worship, Worship,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

David’s enemies constantly reminded him of his failures and God’s apparent absence. However, David combats this constant assault by reminding himself of his past moments in the presence of God. David’s fondest memories of the presence of God are when he was surrounded by the people of God. David remembers the “throng” of worshipers and the “multitude keeping festival.” David …

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Enduring Criticism & Betrayal | An Introduction to Psalm 42

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Scripture: Numbers 16Psalm 42
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Anxiety, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Bitterness, Faith & Hope, Justice, Personal Holiness, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Bitterness, Suffering & Persecution, Worship, Worship, Worship, Church Unity,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Whether on the run from King Saul or his son Absalom, David has been effectively cut off the land of Israel, and most significantly, the Tabernacle. Therefore, the psalmist is deprived of the praise of God, the people of God, and the presence of God. He is consumed by a desperate, and even violent, thirst for the pleasure and privilege …

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Responding To Injustice

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Scripture: Psalm 37
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Anxiety, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Bitterness, Faith & Hope, Justice, Personal Holiness, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Bitterness, Suffering & Persecution, Justice, Resisting Temptation, Suffering & Persecution,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Psalm 37:6 provides  a wonderful promise: “[God] will bring forth your righteousness as the light, and your justice as the noonday.” In other words, those who act with integrity will eventually be vindicated, in this life or the next. Their righteousness will be revealed before both God and men. Therefore, we must diligently obey as we wait upon the Lord. …

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How To Wait Upon The Lord

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Scripture: Psalm 33
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Anxiety, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Bitterness, Faith & Hope, Justice, Personal Holiness, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Bitterness, Suffering & Persecution, Justice, Resisting Temptation, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Faith & Hope,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

The battle belongs to the Lord. God is sovereignly orchestrating all things in accordance with his good pleasure. Our only responsibility is to simply wait upon the Lord. We must wait humbly, quietly, obediently, and expectantly.

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The Dangers Of Minimizing Sin

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Scripture: Psalm 32
Topics: Culture & Politics, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Confession & Repentance, Humility, Mortification of Sin, Personal Holiness, Anxiety, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Bitterness, Faith & Hope, Justice, Personal Holiness, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Bitterness, Suffering & Persecution, Justice, Resisting Temptation, Suffering & Persecution, Anxiety, Faith & Hope, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Humility, Prayer, Wisdom & Discernment,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Many Christians, and even pastors, go to great lengths to conceal and minimize their sin. But a refusal to confess our sins produces only misery and heartache. It causes us to fall under the fatherly displeasure of God. Therefore, Christians should run to God quickly and fully.