Knowing God through the Psalms
Session One – The God Who Gives True Happiness (Psalm 1)
Psalm 1 and 2 are often seen as the introduction to the Book of the Psalms. Psalm 1 recognizes the instructive nature of the Psalter as Scripture for the individual. Psalm 2 addresses the people of God collectively.
Session Three – A God Who Earns Trust (Psalm 13)
Lament psalms are petitions raised by individuals to God for divine assistance in areas of sickness, accusations, loneliness, persecution, fear, guilt, and overall personal challenges.
Session Five – A God Who Restores (Psalm 30)
Psalm 30 is classified as one of the finest psalms in the psalter. This psalm of thanksgiving rejoices in God’s grace after being disciplined for pride or presumption. The restoration David experiences results in praise—a key theme in these twelve verses.
Session Six – A God Who Cares (Psalm 121)
A majority of scholars believe that Psalms 120-134 are a collection of songs used by pilgrims. Psalm 121 serves as a prime example of these psalms—a psalm that reiterates the Lord’s care for those who seek Him.
Session Eight – A God Who Keeps His Promises (Psalm 110)
Psalm 110 is arguably one of the most fascinating psalms in the psalter. Due to its theological richness, it is little surprise that this psalm is the most frequently quoted or referenced Old Testament passage in the New Testament!
Session Nine – A God Who is Sufficient (Psalm 40)
Last week we examined messianic psalms. In particular, we focused on Psalm 110–the most cited Old Testament passage in the New Testament. This week we will look at the most obscure of the messianic psalms, Psalm 40.
Hope Series | June 14 | 7:00-8:00pm
This is a free Online Livestream series entitled “Hope: Living with Confidence in the Midst of Life’s Difficulties.”
Men’s Bible Study | June 18 | 7:00-7:50am
In light of the quarantine, our Men’s Bible Study will meet online for a time of fellowship and encouragement.
Bible Studies | This Fall
This Fall our intention is to launch a Women’s Bible Study on Monday nights and resume our Men’s Bible Study on Thursday mornings.