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Philippians 3:12-4:1 We are exhausted from the day-to-day pace of life, is there a remedy? Listen in as we look at Paul’s explanation of how the gospel brings us freedom from exhaustion.
Philippians 1:2-11 Unfortunately, loneliness is part of the human condition. Whether it be a life-long struggle or a seasonal pain, we all relate to feelings of loneliness. Paul understood loneliness too and points us to the gospel antidote.
Philippians 4:2-9 Anxiety is one of the leading mental health issues in the US. Does the Bible have anything to say about anxiety and how to put it to death?
Matthew 27:27-50 We must get reacquainted with the cross. There is a significant irony of what Jesus’ endured at the hands of sinners. Let’s take a fresh look at the completed work of Christ.
Psalm 145:21 David finishes his psalm with an exaltation of God!
Psalm 145:14-20 God has a particular love and care for those that are broken. In this text we see the different ways God cares for the brokenhearted.
Psalm 145:10-13 The kingdom of God is an often forgotten central theme of the Christian life. Look at how David gives glory and honor to the King and His Kingdom.
**Note: due to a technical issue, this sermon wasn’t recorded. Psalm 145:8-9 David moves from the greatness of God in a general sense to the specific ways that make him great! Today we focus on His grace, mercy, patience, and how He is good to all.
Psalm 145:4-7 The track record of God’s promises and mighty actions are to be taught to the next generation.
Psalm 145:1-3 David writes the 145th psalm as a praise to our great and mighty covenant-keeping King!