Summer in the Psalms

A collection of sermons from the book of Psalms. A recurring series every summer since 2016.

Confident Prayer

Psalm 28 Because the character of God drives all He does, our prayers will grow in confidence and effectiveness the more we come to understand Him. The character of God: 1) Drives prayer (1-2) 2) Ensures the judgment of unbelief (3-5) 3) Overflows praise (6-7) 4) Ensures the salvation of the faithful (8-9)

Psalm 20: Praying for the Success of the King

David describes the prayer for military victory offered for him by the people before he leads the armies of Israel into battle. (Steven J. Lawson) Psalm 20 / John 16:33 Goal#1 – We ought to have full confidence of victory when praying for the advancement of Christ’s kingdom. Goal#2 – That advancement should be a single minded concern of the Church. 1)…

Psalm 18: A Praise-filled Life

Because of what God has done in our past, supplies for us presently, and promises for the future our lives should be filled with praise. Three keys to a praise-filled life: 1. Recall God’s dealings in your past 2. Consider God’s sufficiency for your present 3. Ponder God’s wisdom for your future

Psalm 17: Confidence in Prayer

Confidence in prayer is directly linked with how we live and what we believe. Three essentials for confidence in prayer: 1) Confidence in prayer flows from a blameless life (1-5) 2) Confidence in prayer flows from a deep well (6-12) 3) Confidence in prayer flows from a hope-filled expectation (13-15)