The Psalms

“All the psalms are designed to teach us to do one thing — to worship. These psalms reflect every human emotion, but they do so in a distinct and important way: they are emotions seen in relationship to God. Every psalm is written in the presence of God. This book, therefore, teaches us how to be honest before God. If you have a problem, tell God about it. Don’t hide it. Don’t cover it up. Especially, don’t get pious and sanctimonious and try to smooth it over. If you are angry with God, say so. If you are upset about something he has done, tell him so. if you are resentful, bring it out. If you are happy and glad, express that. That is what worship is — a heart’s honesty.”

Ray C Stedman

Date: 2011 (3), 2012 (5)

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Sermons (8)

Psalm 9
Psalm 9:1-20 (Part of the Psalms 1 to 10 series).
Preached by Andrew Graham on 4th March 2012 (Sunday Evening).
Psalm 8
Psalm 8:1-9 (Part of the Psalms 1 to 10 series).
Preached by Andrew Graham on 26th February 2012 (Sunday Evening).
Psalm 7
Psalm 7:1-17 (Part of the Psalms 1 to 10 series).
Preached by Andrew Graham on 12th February 2012 (Sunday Evening).
Psalm 5
Psalm 5:1-12 (Part of the Psalms 1 to 10 series).
Preached by Andrew Graham on 29th January 2012 (Sunday Evening).
Psalm 4
Psalm 4:1-8 (Part of the Psalms 1 to 10 series).
Preached by Andrew Graham on 22nd January 2012 (Sunday Evening).
Psalm 3 (incomplete)
Psalm 3:1-8 (Part of the Psalms 1 to 10 series).
Preached by Andrew Graham on 11th December 2011 (Sunday Evening).
Psalm 2
Psalm 2:1-12 (Part of the Psalms 1 to 10 series).
Preached by Andrew Graham on 27th November 2011 (Sunday Evening).
Psalm 1 - Worship... God's Way
Psalm 1:1-6 (Part of the Psalms 1 to 10 series).
Preached by Andrew Graham on 20th November 2011 (Sunday Evening).
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