Psalms Of Praise
Rev Stephen Thomas • Sermon • • 2,481 views • 20:15
Something new Have you ever been in a situation where there is a sense that there is a new day dawning? It might be when you are in a family situation and there is an incredible breakthrough in a difficult family situation. It might be that it is in the context of a health crisis and you are not sure…
Pastor Chad A. Miller • Sermon • • 393 views • 42:44
Psalm 145 beautifully lays out the Reality, Responsibility, the Reason, and the Return for letting PRAISE of our Great God be the major theme of our lips. A community of praise is compelling.
A Summer in the Psalms
How is it? We live in a day and age where you can be better connected with people around the world, within seconds, multiple people at one time, plugged in to what they are doing where they are going, their likes and dislikes, and yet… The feeling of loneliness, the scary lack of depth in relationships,…
Daniel McChesney • Sermon • • 210 views
How the Glory of God is seen in the Nature of the world, and in the creation that God has made. That God is evident because of what he has made. This should impact us to live in awe and praise to the God who is so clearly shown in all that he made.
Savoring the Psalter
What is it that you have learned about your glorious, saving, reviving, refining, prayer-answering God? Then tell that to others who need to hear what He has done!
GBC Christmas 2017
“What are you children playing?” asked the mother. “Church,” chorused the crowd of youngsters. “You know that you shouldn’t whisper in church.” “Yes, but we’re the choir.” Tan, P. L. (1996). Encyclopedia of 7700 Illustrations: Signs of the Times (p. 879). Garland, TX: Bible Communications, Inc. Thank…
1 Samuel: A Heart for God
God wants you to view him as he is, seeing yourself as completely dependent on his mercy so that you will turn to him with complete surrender and receive his grace. When we do that and come to know God more fully, the result is joy in God that overflows in praise to Him.
Stand Alone: Psalm 23
Central Park Christian Church (Derek Slack) • Sermon • • 45 views • 38:50
The Lord is my Shepherd - Jehovah Ra’ ah 14 “I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me— 15 just as the Father knows me and I know the Father—and I lay down my life for the sheep. 1. Jesus is our Good Shepherd I shall not want - Jehovah Jireh - The LORD will Provide - Gen. 22:1 God’s…
When life becomes abnormal, inconvenient, or even scary, we often forget to praise the LORD and struggle to give thanks. But song 147 called for praise noting that it was both good and pleasant (“beautifully appropriate”). Might it be beautifully appropriate because it is not our first response, but our best response. Look with us at Psalm 150 as we are brought into a chorus of warranted praise of the LORD.
Corey Brown • Sermon • • 17 views
Introduction Good morning West Park Reach Back into song My name is - Corey Brown - Pastor of Worship/Young Adults Today is my 4th anniversary of working here at WP Picture of Family Yadah the first word of praise is Yadah This word means
Thanksgiving and Praise Psalms
Gerald VanPelt • Sermon • • 10 views
Introduction: God’s love is the foundation of all His actions on our behalf. His love is the basis of all our thanksgiving to Him. This Psalm presents four reasons to be thankful for God’s Love Never Fails. This Psalm correlates with Psalm 135 as a statement of faith, a confession of God’s greatness. “From the beginning of creation to the climax of redemption, from the first making of the heavens to the final inheritance of the saints. ALL IS TO BE SEEN AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF THE LOVE OF GOD.” - The message of Psalms: Songs for the People of God, by Wilcock, Michael; PSALMS EXPLORER by Witthoff, etc for outline suggestions
James Mitchell • Sermon • • 6 views
Check Your Vitals The end of a year and beginning of a new one is naturally a time for us to look back and look forward . First, we reflect . That is, we look back on how this year has gone. We think carefully about our goals, our achievements, our shortcomings. We ask ourselves if we’re in the career…