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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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 of the presence of God in public worship. David longs to appear before God.
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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. …
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.
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.
Pastor Connor Hensley, a lay elder at Covenant Bible church preaches from Psalm 25.
On the surface, Psalm 24 describes David and his men as they approached the gates of Jerusalem with the ark of the covenant. And yet, in a much deeper sense, this is a prophetic description of the majestic scene of heaven directly after the ascension of Jesus. For the first time in history, a man actually approached the gates of …
Psalm 23 is an account of everything God has already done for David in the past, as well as everything David is confident God will do for him in the future. But the chief end of all God’s past provisions and future promises is found in the final phrase of verse 3: “…He leads me in the paths of righteousness …
Once more, Pastor Joel preached through Psalm 19:7-9. This time his focus was on not only the beauty of God’s Law, but also the many blessings that come by obedience to it.
This week Pastor Joel preached Psalm 19:7-9. His focus was on the beauty of God’s Law; it’s purposes and products.
This week Pastor Joel preached Psalm 19:1-6. His focus was on the joy of the glory of God, witnessed through natural revelation (or general revelation) by those with spiritual eyes to see.