Sermons on Psalm

Losing Your Marbles?

Sometimes as parents or even grandparents we may feel like we are losing our marbles. In today’s message Pastor Dennis challenges the church from Moses’ writing of Psalm 90 to ask the Lord to teach us to number our days that we may gain a heart of wisdom.  We are losing marbles, just not in…

God’s Antidote for Fearing the Future

Today Pastor Dan finishes this series on Psalm 23.     God’s Antidote for Your Hurt A lot of people spend their lives worrying about the future. They never enjoy today because they worry about something they have no control over. I can face the future confidently… Because God is watching over me. “Surely goodness and…

God’s Antidote for Your Hurt

Today Pastor Dan continues this series on Psalm 23.     God’s Antidote for Your Hurt Because we live in an imperfect world, you’re going to be hurt. You’ll be hurt by accidents, by illnesses but the deepest hurts you’ll have in your life will come from people. Relationships are the greatest source of stress in…

God’s Antidote to Indecision

Today Pastor Dan continues this series on Psalm 23.        God’s Antidote to Indecision Life is a series of choices, of decision. Success is basically a matter of wise decisions. “He guides me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.” Psalm 23:3b Getting Guidance from God… I need to admit I…

God’s Antidote to Damaged Emotions

Today Pastor Dan continues this series on Psalm 23.       God’s Antidote to Damaged Emotions “He restores my soul.” God wants to take away our emotional garbage. He wants to and can restore our soul. The Path to Emotional Healing Let God remove my guilt. Ps. 38: 4 ,6 Ps. 20:27 Roman 3:23-24  Col.…

God’s Antidote to Busyness

Today Pastor Dan continues this series on Psalm 23.    God’s Antidote to Busyness! If we are burning the candle at both ends, then we are not as bright as we think. God is interested in our rest time as well as our recreation time. His desire is for us to live a life that…

God’s Antidote to Worry

Today Pastor Dan begins a new sermon series on Psalm 23.  Why can the people of God say that “the Lord my Shepherd”?  Why can we say that He is a good Shepherd? Because we have have been immersed in his saving grace through His sacrificial and priestly work. Like David we can truly say”……