The Psalmist gives us a poetic glimpse into a heart that longs for God’s presence. Scripture teaches us that God’s spirit dwells in us, so how do we foster that longing to be near God?
Psalm 121 is one of 15 Psalms of Ascent – These would be recited and sung during the journey to the Temple for one of the annual feasts and festivals. It is a Psalm acknowledging God as our source and help.
It’s all for the honor of HIS name. Kristie Kerr teaches on Psalm 31.
A Father’s Day message from Psalm 1. Blessed is the man who doesn’t walk in the counsel of the wicked or the scoffer, but whose delight is in the Lord. A message of encouragement for Dads to lead the charge of faith in their families.
The name of God is Majestic. He is infinite in power and intricate in His care and concern for us.
Where do you turn when you’re in distress? Psalm 4 teaches us the real, tangible good that comes from walking with God.
Kristie Kerr begins our Psalms series with Psalm 23. What does it mean for God to restore our soul?
In Mark chapter 5 there is two stories of healing. In the midst of them, Jesus says the words which are such a great practical tool for us each day as we face different storms and trials – “don’t be afraid, just believe.”