Sermons on Praise
Sunday Morning Series: Letters From Prison
Cole Smith, Jeremiah Dioquino, and Brent Smith team up to teach through Psalms 148-150 – the final three Psalms of our “Summer in the Psalms” series.
David recognizes how good the Lord has been through all his ups and downs. He sees that it’s God who has established him and the nation. And it causes him to sing forth and declare the greatness of God.
We see in Psalms 136 and 138 a call to praise God and a reminder why we should do so. Sandwiched between these Psalms is a Psalm detailing a time when the Jews had no song to sing, when they sat in captivity in Babylon. It’s a picture of the results of sin. It will rob us of a song to sing.
In these Psalms we look at the blessing that comes as we gather in unity and seek the Lord together.
Over and over we see the call to Praise The Lord! And to do so from this time forth and forevermore. It’s the program of heaven. Are you a person of praise? This message will help encourage you to be one or continue in an attitude of praise in all things. Bible Text: Psalms 112:1-115:18
These two Psalms recount the many ways that God has shown Himself faithful to Israel in their history. It’s a reminder to us to count our blessings. Bible Text: Psalms 105-106
These Psalms direct us in the praise of the Lord. We have so many reasons to do so – let us not forget all His blessings. Psalms 103-104
Guest speaker Sandy Adams (pastor of Calvary Chapel Stone Mountain) shares on how to give thanks to the Lord, based on some key instructions out of Psalm 116. Bible Text: Psalm 116:12-15
Solomon begins this chapter addressing those who boast in what they’re going to do, and boasting in what they’ve done. But we shouldn’t be seeking praise for ourselves, rather our lives should be lived to praise God alone. Bible Text: Proverbs 27:1-27
As we close out this section dealing with the Reign of the Lord, we look at how we should respond to the fact that God is Sovereign over all. Bible Text: Psalms 97-100
We are given an incredible invitation to come and worship the Lord. There is joy and blessing that comes as we fix our eyes on the King who reigns, and give Him the praise that He deserves. We explore the goodness of God and the response we are to have as worshippers in these two Psalms. Bible Text: Psalms 95-96