Psalm 22 Through this Psalm, written about 1000 years before Christ became a man, we trace His sufferings on the cross and the descriptions of the blessings that would come to His people as a result.
Psalm 21 We look at this Psalm as it speaks to us concerning the Lord Jesus Christ and His exaltation to become the King of kings, waiting for His enemies to be made His footstool.
Psalm 21:9 We consider the current fires in Southern California and God’s reason for allowing them to happen. We see: * There is a Day of Judgment * We see glimpses of it today * Our knowledge of future judgment helps us understand the things we see
Psalm 24:1-6 King David asks the question: ‘Who may ascend the hill of the Lord?’ What is meant by this is ‘who, on earth, is fit to go to Heaven?’ We examine two key points:
Psalm 24:7-10 How may we be made holy enough for heaven? Understanding that the Psalm speaks of the entry of the Ark of the Covenant into Jerusalem, we see that this foreshadows the entry of Christ into heaven on our behalf.
Psalm 23:1-3 One of the most cherished of the Psalms is the subject of this morning’s message. We learn that we should not just turn to this passage when we near death, but as an everyday source of comfort.
Psalm 23:4-6 With Christ as our Shepherd, we see that we need fear no evil, either from our enemies or from death.
Psalm 20:1-5 In this royal Psalm, David asks his people to pray for him and directs them in the areas where he most desires their prayers. Understanding David’s relationship to his people, we apply this Psalm to ourselves.
Psalm 20:6-9 We continue to study this royal Psalm of David. Here, David expresses the ground of his confidence. While others may trust in the strength of armies, his boast is in the Lord.
Psalm 19:7-14 Building on this morning’s message, we follow David as he turns to the Special Revelation God has given us in His Word. We see: * That the Word of God is a great treasure * Why His Word is such a treasure * What it is that His Word does for us and shows
Psalm 19:1-6 The first part of Psalm 19 tells us of the General Revelation of God – how all God’s creation reveals His glory. We consider these verses and see: * That God has revealed Himself to us unmistakably in His creation * How it is that He has done this * How
Psalm 18:43-45 David’s rule over Israel is a picture to us of how God rules over all nations. This prophecy was initially fulfilled when David ruled over all the land from the Great Sea to the River Euphrates. Some peoples willingly submitted to him, but even his enemie