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Psalms Book 2

Turn with me to Psalm 51. We’re working our way through the Second Book of the Psalms–that is, Psalms 42 to 72–on Sunday evenings. And the last time we were together, last Lord's Day evening, we were in Psalm 50. And that Psalm exhorted us to remember that the mighty God, the covenant Lord of His people, has summoned the whole world to court. And in that Psalm...

Psalms Book 2

I'd invite you to take your Bibles and turn with me to Psalm 50. Before you get to 50, allow your eyes to fall upon Psalm 49, and remember from a couple of weeks ago, as we continue to go through the second book of the Psalms, a couple of weeks ago we were looking at Psalm 49 which is a very different kind of psalm. It sounds...

Psalms Book 2

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Psalm 49, as we continue to work our way through the Second Book of the Psalms–that is, Psalm 42-72–on Sunday evenings. The last time we were together in the Second Book of the Psalms we were in Psalm 48, and we were surrounded by our enemies, but we were safe in Zion and smiling on...

Psalms Book 2

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Psalm 48. We’re working our way through the second book of the Psalms on Sunday evenings. Over and over we've said that we want to ask what these Psalms teach us about Christ and what these Psalms teach us Christian experience. Derek walked with you through that glorious Psalm 47 with its opening words, “O...

Psalms Book 2

Now, we pick up this evening in the study of the second book of Psalms to Psalm 47. Before we read it together, let's once again come before God in prayer and ask for the help and illumination of the Spirit to make these words known and clearer to us. Let's pray.

We come, O Lord, again into Your presence. “We dare not trust the sweetest frame,...

Psalms Book 2

Psalm 46 The Christian Experience of Divine Support in Time of Trouble

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me tonight to Psalm 46. We’re working our way through the second book of the Psalms on Sunday evenings, and that will take us from Psalm 42 eventually to Psalm 72. And over and over we're asking what we learn about Christ in these...

Psalms Book 2

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...

Psalms Book 2

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, and I know that many of you are...

Psalms Book 2

Psalm 43 A Plea for Justice

If you have your Bibles I'd invite you to turn with me to Psalm 43, but allow your eyes to drift a few verses back to Psalm 42 and verse 6. We’re working our way through the second book of the Psalms. That second book entails Psalms 42-72, and we're going through those Psalms on Sunday evenings. And over and over...

Psalms Book 2

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 fallen world.  I said then that we would...

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