Sermons on Psalms
Coverups are usually brought into the light. In Psalm 32 and 51 David encourages us to join him in finding freedom from the darkness.
Where do you go to find safety in the storm? Psalm 27 offers us the way.
Thoughts from Psalm 23 and the book of Jonah. Hal Ward vnministry.com
The heavens declare the glory of God. Am I listening? Thoughts from Psalm 19.
The path you choose leads you to a destination. Choose wisely. Thoughts from Psalm 1.
What is justice? What is the heart of God? What should be our heart?
If God is good, why does bad happen? Is he helpless? Does he care? Is he punishing? Is it his plan? Pastor Wes explores several scriptures to help us wrap our mind around how God is involved in our deepest moments of pain to bring about redemption.
Amanda Gunn shares from Psalm 148.
Many of us don’t think we have great memories, but there is something powerful about committing God’s word to memory for our transformation. Coming from the Psalms, Pastor Wes provides some practical help to hide scripture away in your heart.
Waiting can be frustrating when it doesn’t meet our expectations. Waiting isn’t “wasted time,” sometimes, God uses it as a tool. When we look at waiting with a spirit of gratitude it changes the way we wait.
The Christmas season brings many hopes. But if we aren’t careful, those hopes will be based on circumstances we can’t control. The Christmas story is a reminder that our greatest hope is in a baby born in Bethlehem.
Most of us don’t care much about what the law says until we need it. God knew that his people would need his law for their good. In Exodus 21-23 we discover God’s heart for the vulnerable, his justice for society, and his protection for our hearts.