This morning I preached a sermon to an empty room. Our church was unable to meet because of the outbreak of the coronavirus. My message was from Psalm 25. You can find the full manuscript of the sermon below. If you have any questions feel free to comment. Blessings.
In Psalm 9 David tells us that God never forgets those in need, yet David himself is being pursued and attacked. Is David saying that God is inconsistent? How can David suffer and yet celebrate God at the same time? The following sermon manuscript was preached at Christ Community Church.
While many books of the Bible tell us to love God, obey God, and have a relationship with God, the Psalms actually show us what that looks like. They show us where to start. This sermon was preaching on May 1st 2016 at Christ Community Church.
David had a love relationship with that that makes our pale in comparison. How did he get so close to God? Why should we want that same relationship? Psalm 63 gives us a picture of what it looks like to love God completely and shows us how to do it too. Download the sermon notes here: