Christ’s command to love one another is more than just emotional love. It is selfless, others oriented love that demonstrates our love for God.
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 137 A Psalm When You Have No Song to Sing One of the Darkest Psalms Frequently used as a polemic against Scripture We should study this: 1. To teach us the anguish of sin. Here, God’s people respond after they had sinned. ASK Gov. Spitzer “was it worth it??” […]
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 87 A Psalm Concerning God’s Love for His People Psalm 87 – A Psalm Concerning God’s Love for His PeopleRead Psalm 87THEOLOGICAL TRUTH SPIRITUALIZATIONJOY over GOD’s PRESENCEI. Man was Removed from God’s Presence because of Sin. Genesis 3:23-24II. God Showed His Presence through a NATION.A. Psalm 87:1-7B. Psalm 48:2 […]
Finding Yourself in the Psalms PSALM 77 The Path of the Troubled Heart “Why do I feel discouraged. . .” (Song “He Touched me)ASAPH gives us some very PERSONAL Psalms. Does not hide his feelingsPsalm 77 written after a time of national defeat or discouragementProgressive Outline. 3 verses each stanza.I. The Saints DESCRIBE Their Trouble. […]
A Royal Wedding PsalmA Love song! Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 45 A Psalm for Godly Love Similar language to the Song of SolomonPossibly Solomon to the ShulamiteReference to CHRIST (45:7 with Hebrews 1:8-9) I. v 1. Introduction.A. The Psalm is written for the KingB. Stirred = “bubbling over” II. 2-9. A. B. C. […]
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 136 A Psalm to Remind us of God’s Loyal Love Part of the Halel (praise) – recited at different times in the Passover FeastPsalm 136 = Great HalelPsalm 113-118 = Halel (First two recited before the meal, last four recited after) Antiphonal Psalm – Priests recited first section – […]