By Jason Hood on Apr 17, 2018
We can find Jesus all over the Psalms, because the Psalms are his prayer book that points to him. And when we find Jesus in the Psalms, we also find ourselves.
By Peter Mead on Sep 21, 2018
Instead of simply quoting a Psalm once in a while, when's the last time it was the featured text in your message?
By Jason Hood on Aug 9, 2018
Luther, Spurgeon, and Bonhoeffer saw Jesus as one of the chief subjects of the Psalms. Do you?
By Walter Brueggemann on Feb 11, 2012
The Bible doesn't look the other way when it comes to raw human emotion. How should we preach these Psalms?
By John Byron on Sep 2, 2020
King David did it in the Psalms--why can't we?
By Peter Mead on Aug 4, 2018
Peter Mead doesn't even mention the messianic hopes or the glimpses into the godhead--there are five other treasures.
By Joe Mckeever on Oct 23, 2018
The Psalms say we can still yield fruit in our old age. Could these be your most productive years?
By Peter Mead on Jan 14, 2022
God delights to transform lives. There are many ways to depict this journey of transformation, but let’s focus on one example from the Old Testament.
By Joe Mckeever on Apr 23, 2021
“They will still bear fruit in old age. They will be full of sap and very green…” (Psalm 92:14).
All generalizations are false. Including this one.
Every rule has its exceptions. Including this one.
Even so, I’m going to make some general statements about seniors.
By Sermoncentral on Jan 15, 2022
From Genesis to Revelation, we find a consistent element present in the lives of persevering saints of God. And it is captured in this brief sentence in Psalm 119:67: “Before I was afflicted I went astray, but now I keep your word.”