Bible Talks from Psalms



Trust The Living Lord

Preached on October 11, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 115

Everyone worships something. The only choice you get is what to worship. This Psalm presents the choice between lifeless idols and the true, living God. Who will you trust?


Knowing Who to Trust

Preached on October 4, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 115

Knowing who to trust is really important. Will we trust in the God who is loving and faithful and willing to bless us, or trust in idols who are not able to do anything.


God’s Forever King

Preached on September 27, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 110

Psalm 110 is the most quoted Old Testament chapter in the New Testament of the Bible, and for good reason! It speaks most clearly about who the Messiah is and what he’s coming to do. It’s a terrifying Psalm in one sense because the Messiah rules as a warrior with all the authority of God, but it also brings comfort as we see him ruling for his the sake of his people. He’s not safe, but he’s good, and for that, we’ll praise him forever.


The King’s KING

Preached on September 27, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 110

The New Testament quotes Psalm 110 again and again for good reason – you’ll be terrified and comforted by the King-Priest that you meet here. Your only response will be to live for Him.


Come Let Us Adore Him

Preached on September 20, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 95

In Psalm 95 we see the most natural response to knowing God is heartfelt praise and worship. Pride may get in our way from being joyful in Jesus from time to time, but it should never stop a child of God from raising their hands in gratitude for who he is and what he’s done.

Intro: As we take a look into our hearts this morning, we see that what we celebrate is one of the clearest signs to show us what we value. Psalm 95 shows us what we should be celebrating, and why, while it also serves a serious warning to those who aren’t where they should be.


Summoned By God

Preached on September 20, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 95

God has summoned his people to worship him with joyful singing. God has also summoned his people to hear his Word and heed his warnings.


The Vanity of Wealth

Preached on September 13, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 49

As we continue to look into God as Father in Psalm 49 this week, we see him giving his children wisdom with regard to wealth. Our gracious God helps us to see the vanity of wealth by those who pursue it, through the lens of an eternal perspective that Jesus fulfilled.


Death Stops Us From Trusting Wealth (Psalm 49)

Preached on September 13, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 49

Since death comes to all it allows us to see that trusting and boasting in wealth has no future.


The Fatherhood Of God

Preached on September 6, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalms 103

In the New Testament of the Bible, the Apostle Paul tells us that every family in heaven and on earth derives its name from God. He is Father, Provider, Protector, Creator, Sustainer, and Saviour – and in this incredible Psalm, the Prophet King David reflects on God as Father, who he is, and why he’s worthy of praise.


The Father’s Compassion On His Children

Preached on September 6, 2020
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Bible Text: Psalm 103

We are to urge ourselves to praise our God and Father for the many benefits that come from him.