Pastor Chad A. Miller • Sermon • • 528 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.
Summer in the Psalms
Psalm 9 teaches us to praise God in remembrance of his character and deeds - specifically for the just punishment of his enemies and his remembrance of the oppressed. Instead of forgetting our humble human position, we praise God for his mercy toward us and long for the day when he will bring full and final judgment to those who forget Him.
Psalms of Lament
Let us pray…Gracious and loving God, we come before you today with Joy in our hearts. Joy for being in this space together. Joy for being able to be together. And joy for the day itself which represents the day in which our new lives can begin. We thank you and praise you this day for all these things…
Psalms of Lament
Let us pray…God, may the words of my mouth, the meditations of all of our hearts, and the willingness of our spirits be pleasing unto you this day. Today’s time of reflection on this Psalm is going to be a bit different for us. I know I typically spend time relating the scripture to our lives but I want…
Today with all the Bowl games and NFL. NBA and on and on, many teams have to travel on or around Christmas. A few years ago, one team made advanced arrangements so that their players would not miss Christmas. One play said, no game is worth missing Christmas for… But the reality is, that people miss…
Psalms in the Key of Life
What is the Main Purpose of Psalms? The entire collection of Psalms is actually called Praises in the Hebrew text. How awesome is that? In fact ancient rabbis often designated it as “The Book of Praises.” The Septuagint, which is the Greek Translation of the Old Testament labeled it as Psalms. The book…