In the midst of a life-threatening situation, David is calling upon the name of the Lord for grace. However, while it’s true that David’s need compelled him to pray (Ps. 86:1), he can only stay focused on his present circumstances for so long. As he seeks deliverance from the Lord, he begins to consider the glorious character of his God; and as he does this, his plea for grace becomes a song of praise. The next few verses present to us a worshipful confession of faith, a settled response of thanksgiving, and a wholehearted desire for godliness. In this sermon, Pastor Matt shows how thankful obedience is an expression of right belief in our gracious God— a right understanding of God which drastically changes how we live and pray.
November 28, 2022
For the Advent season in 2022 we are looking the songs sung by Mary, Zechariah, and the Angels which accompanied the birth of Christ. In this sermon pastor Keith considers…
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