“WE EXIST TO PROCLAIM THE REIGN OF JESUS CHRIST OVER ALL THINGS; GLORIFYING AND ENJOYING GOD, NOW AND FOREVER!”

Sermons on Psalm (Page 2)

22 – We ARE Blessed!

THIS is Eternal Life! To be “blessed” is to have received something of value. Many people use the word to describe a state of happiness or contentment that they feel at a particular moment of time. People feel “blessed” if they have good health, a good job, a happy family, faithful friends, enough money to pay the bills and enough left over…

21 – The Value of Humble Repentance!

THIS is Eternal Life! Some things in the Bible are difficult to understand, but others are simple for those in whom the Spirit of God is at work. One of the simplest things ought to be the truth that humble repentance is a GOOD thing for the believer! God says that He “opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble” (Proverbs…

20 – The Steadfast Love of The Lord!

THIS Is Eternal Life! Are you happy? For most people, the answer depends on the day, or perhaps the week. Happiness is defined by most as a state of mind produced by the circumstances of your life. When life seems to be “going your way,” you are happy; when it isn’t, you are sad, angry, overwhelmed, disappointed, frustrated, discouraged and more! But…

19 – Mothers, Children, Families … and The Good Shepherd!

THIS is Eternal Life! Children need love. Children need guidance. Children need protection. Children need nurture and comfort. Children need discipline and correction. Children need all these things and more, and our Father in heaven has provided for the needs of children through mothers and fathers and in the fellowship of Christ’s Body, the Church. When we think of families a lot…

17 – Be STILL … and Know That I Am GOD!

THIS is Eternal Life! Part of the problem we have in facing temptations of various kinds is that we don’t always realize they are temptations! Things happen and we react. Problems arise and we respond in predictable patterns. Trials and suffering are common to the human experience, but when they strike close to home we somehow forget the counsel we have given…