Bible Talks by Ray Galea
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.
Bible Text: Psalm 49
Since death comes to all it allows us to see that trusting and boasting in wealth has no future.
Bible Text: Psalm 103
We are to urge ourselves to praise our God and Father for the many benefits that come from him.
Bible Text: Psalm 15
In this soul-searching Psalm, the Prophet King David reflects on the kind of character that fits a person who lives in light of the presence of God. There are a million things that could have been said, but David focus’ on godly speech as a reflection of what’s in their heart.
Bible Text: Psalm 32
The happy soul knows that sin leads to confession, confession leads to forgiveness, and forgiveness leads to joy.
Bible Text: Psalm 23
Psalm 23 is one of the most well known parts of the Bible, often read at funerals. However it is a Psalm for the living not the dead. It speak of the personal, powerful and protective hand of God the Shepherd of our soul.
Bible Text: Psalm 13
Bible Text: Psalm 13 | Speaker: Ray Galea | Series: Psalms: Refresh our Souls | 'To cry is human, but to lament is Christian'. In Psalm 13 we explore with David the need for every Christian to learn how to lament as well as praise our Lord.
Bible Text: Psalm 1
Bible Text: Psalm 1 | Speaker: Ray Galea | Series: Psalms: Refresh our Souls | Psalm 1 answers the life long question, 'How can we find long lasting happiness of the soul?' It is found by rejecting the influences of the world and delighting in God's word.
Bible Text: Ephesians 5:21-33
You cannot love Jesus unless you love his church. The church is his body and his bride, so to ignore the church is to ignore Christ and to love the church is to love Jesus.
Bible Text: Luke 18:9-14
Jesus places the best and worst that his nation could produce in the temple before God to show once and for all that a person is put right with God not by our goodness but by his mercy.