Psalm 118 tells us that God’s steadfast love endures forever.
How can we respond to distress in a way that is in accord with who we are and is glorifying to God? Psalm 116 offers guidance.
Psalm 115 offers a scathing commentary on the practice of idolatry that seems easy to dismiss – most of us are not bowing in worship to idols carved from silver and gold. Yet, as Martin Luther observed, “Anything on which your heart relies and depends, I say, that is really your God.” With this in mind, Dan Beilman looks at some of our modern-day idols and how we can be free of them.
Psalm 114 recalls not only the Exodus and God’s redemption of Israel from Egypt; it is also Jesus’ story, and our story as well.
Dan Beilman opens a six-week sermon series on the Book of Psalms with a question posed in Psalm 113: Who is like the Lord our God?