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The Lord's Day Evening

December 28, 2008

Psalm 90

“How Christians Should Approach the New Year”

Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas

Now turn with me to the Ninetieth Psalm…Psalm 90. We are taking a break for this Lord's Day evening from our study in the book of Nehemiah. This is the last Sunday evening service of 2008, and I thought it might be...


If you have your Bibles, I'd like you to turn with me to II Kings 25, because II Kings 25 describes the circumstance that the Psalmist is praying to God about, is crying out to God about.

The circumstance is the Babylonian destruction of the temple in Jerusalem, one of the most cataclysmic events in the history of Israel. If every Christian remembers the date of the...


The Lord's Day Evening July 25, 2004

Psalm 70 “Help — Hurry”

The Reverend Mr. Bradford C. Mercer

Psalm 70

(1) “O God, hasten to deliver me; O Lord, hasten to my help! (2)Let those be ashamed and humiliated who seek my life; Let those be turned back and dishonored who delight in my hurt. (3)Let those be turned back because of their shame who say, “Aha, aha!”...


The Lord's Day February 22, 2004

Psalm 2 Missions and the Universal Reign of Jesus the Messiah

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Psalm 2. We take a break from our series on 1 John as we come now to Missions Conference Week, and today we're going to be looking at the 2nd Psalm. The Missions Conference Committee...


If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Psalm 45. We’re working our way through the second book of the Psalms, Psalms 42 to 72, on Sunday evenings, and over and over we have been asking and will continue to ask, “What does this psalm teach me about Christ and what does this song teach me about Christian experience?” Over the last three...


Psalm 44 The Christian Experience of Dark Providence

Turn with me to the forty-fourth psalm as we continue to work our way through the second book of the Psalms, from Psalm 42 all the way to Psalm 72. I do need to pause and say that tonight our brother Ed Bowman is here with us. And I don't mean to embarrass you, Ed, but he's right up front,...


Psalm 42 The Christian Experience of Desiring God

I invite you to turn with me to Psalm 42. On Sunday evening, August 17, 1997–right about a year after I came to First Presbyterian Church–we finished a year-long study of the first book of the Psalms: Psalm 1 through Psalm 41. And, of course, in Psalm 41 we dealt with the calamities and comforts of God's people in a...

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