We Have Hope (Psalm 61)

As we begin our area-wide “shelter-in-place” directive, services look differently. Pastor shares thoughts from Psalm 61 about how hope guides us in times of trouble and turmoil. Listen to discover how we have hope.

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The Thrill of Hope (Luke 1:67 – 79)

Christmas is a time for celebrating the hope of possibilities. As the promised son to Zechariah and Elizabeth is born and named, a song filled with celebratory hope is sung. Listen as these two short sentences are examined and explained. Ask yourself if you can sing this hopeful theme yourself.

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The Servant Speaks (Mark 1:14 – 20)

The first time anything is attempted, it is not usually as good as anticipated. This morning we hear Jesus preach His first sermon – and find it BETTER than one might hope. It is a message of hope, good news, and a call to obedience.

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A New Song (Psalm 149)

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!

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Rejoice! Psalm 148

Don’t hurry away from Christmas! The shepherds on the night of Messiah’s birth, returned with rejoicing and great wonder thinking about all the things they had seen and heard that evening. If we hurry away from the celebration we risk losing the wonder of all that has happened. This morning we look at Psalm 148 […]

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Keep Me Safe! (Psalm 141)

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 […]

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Memory (Psalm 138)

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!

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Have you ever asked a question, gotten an answer, and then had to have the answer explained? Sometimes just “having the answer” isn’t enough! Daniel was praying about the situation his nation faced, and the answers were not adding up the way he thought they should. How good it is to have a God that […]

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