Many in the church today are unsure of how to engage with the season they are in, and have grown tired of praying 'the same old prayers’ over and over. By learning to utilize the Psalms as a prayerbook for today - we can draw upon these ancient song-prayers as guides through our seasons of depression and anxiety, anger and confusion, longing and guilt, as well as joy and praise. This three part series is designed to connect us to same power that has fuelled and sustained generations of church followers before and find courage to face the season that we find ourselves in.
PRAYING THE PSALMS : Trust & Assurance
Josh Dool / January 12, 2020
As we examine the shepherding motif of Psalm 23, we’ll see how The Lord is my Shepherd provides comfort to us through our valleys and mountaintops, and how we use this psalm as a prayer for our journey.
PRAYING THE PSALMS : THANKSGIVING & PRAISE
Aaron Boswell / January 5, 2020
In this sermon, we discuss Psalm 96; why it was written, how it points us to Jesus, and how can use this Psalm to pray God’s heart for the nations.
PRAYING THE PSALMS : LAMENT
Norm Funk / December 29, 2019
Although lament is one of those practices often spoken of in the Scriptures there is much confusion and hesitancy surrounding it. In this message kicking off the series, Praying the Psalms, we look at four features of psalms of lament and discover why lament is important for us all.