Words have a powerful impact. This passage uncovers three short phrases – 6 or 7 words in all – that can change the course of your life. Listen to them and consider their weight. What will you say?
We are fascinated by items that carry the label “new” and will sacrifice much to have the latest and greatest. Because of what God has done for us, we can sing a new song. Listen as Psalm 149 is unfolded and explained, then join in singing a new song of joy, justice, and praise!
We have all been to the place in life where we feel alone and abandoned; that the whole world is against us and there is little to no hope for escape. David describes this point of life as he pens Psalm 141. in the midst of all that is happening, David knows that God will […]
Memory is a wonderful thing. It can be jogged and triggered and even shared. But even when we share an experience we may not have the same memory of it. The psalmist tells us there are several important items to remember when we think about our experiences. Discover those items with us this morning!
Life is hard; that is one of the harsh realities of life. But Daniel teaches us that we are not alone in the midst of the hardships of life. God is ever present to give us strength. Listen as Daniel learns these lessons; and learn them for your life, too!
The relationship we enjoy with Jesus as our Lord and Savior is meant to be an encouragement and joy to us each day. As we look at the High Priestly prayer of Jesus, we find reasons to be encouraged and evidence that God is concerned for our safety and well-being. Our guest speaker today, Brenden […]
We expect promises to be kept and upheld. When they are not, we are disappointed and sometimes devastated. Paul informed the Romans that despite the blessing and privileges the nation of Israel had received and experienced, she refused to accept Jesus as the promised Messiah. What did this mean in terms of the promises God […]
In times of difficulty, what do YOU say? David gives instruction out of the depths of his emotions. David is grieving at the time this psalm is written. In the midst of grief and sorrow, he teaches us how to properly speak and how to properly frame what we say.