Celebrate God’s Salvation

This week we continue our study, “Ancient Wisdom for Today”. Our psalm this week is Psalm 118. Like Psalm 95 from last week, this psalm was used as a liturgy in ancient Hebrew worship. It was first used as an entrance into worship to celebrate God’s salvation—possibly...

“It’s Your Call”

Our psalm this week is Psalm 95. Psalm 95 is thought to have been used as an entrance into worship at the ancient Hebrew Temple for celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles (or Booths). This festival commemorated the Israelites’ pilgrimage in the wilderness after the...

“How to Pray about Your Problems”

This week we continue our study, “Ancient Wisdom for Today”. Our psalm this week is Psalm 40.  Our topic will be “How to Pray about Your Problems”. We all have struggles. But what should we pray to God about them? Should we ask for deliverance and comfort and safety...

God Knows You!

This week we continue our study, “Ancient Wisdom for Today”. Our psalm this week is Psalm 139. This psalm has some very well-known passages. It talks about God being all-knowing and everywhere present. It speaks to the intricacies of human biology and the wisdom of...

How to talk to Yourself

Here is the link to the video we watched (most of) in worship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWc4pZhnpOw The battery went out on the microphone Sunday, and that means the audio recording went out, too! You can listen to the set up for the message below, and then...

“Who’s the Boss?”

This week we continue our study, “Ancient Wisdom for Today”. Our psalm this week is Psalm 2. Psalm 2 has the same subject matter as Psalm 1, but with a different audience in mind. Both Psalms teach us that there are only two choices about how to live your life:...