Sermons on Psalms
Psalm 56 In this Psalm by David, he laments his fearful situation but confesses his trust in God’s protection. Pastor Ben Khazraee relates the depth of David’s fear and his resolve to have faith in God’s promises to our lives as Christians today.
Psalm 12 In this Psalm, David laments about living in a world where he is surrounded by liars. Pastor Ben Khazraee shows how these circumstances are still affecting us today and, like David, we can have hope in God’s word.
Psalm 112 Pastor Doug Link draws from a parallel passage, Psalm 111, and focuses on Psalm 112, to help us understand what it means to fear the LORD and what the characteristics are of someone who does properly fear Him.
Psalm 119:33-40 In a message appropriate to set the tone of our prayers for the new year, Pastor Ben Khazraee reflects on a stanza from Psalm 119 that expresses a desire to walk in the way that God shows us.
Psalm 99 What kind of king is our God? Pastor Ben Khazraee visits Psalm 99 to reveal that God is terrifyingly great and yet just above all, which demands that we respond in exaltation and worship.
Psalm 119:17-32 In this message, which is appropriate instruction for the new year, Pastor Ben Khazraee visits Psalm 119 to explore the proper attitude of prayer that leads to a path towards the good life. Let’s recommit to going God’s way this year!
Psalm 146 We all know that God’s word calls us to praise him. Pastor Doug Link opens Psalm 146 to help us understand why the LORD alone is worthy and why it should be something that we should resolve to do every day of our lives.
Psalm 127 Building a successful, safe, and prosperous life can be a difficult and sometimes obsessive effort. Pastor Ben Khazraee takes us to Psalm 127 to discover that, unless we work with the Lord, our efforts will be in vain and we won’t be blessed with rest.
Psalm 8 Having an accurate understanding of who we are and where we fit in God’s world is critical to our view of humanity and questions being debated today in our society. Pastor Ben Khazraee extracts fundamental truths from Psalm 8 which helps us have the proper answers to who God is and who we are.
Psalm 77 Difficulties and suffering can cloud our vision and lead us to a common reaction: doubting whether God is willing or able to help. Pastor Ben Khazraee opens this psalm of lament to explore how doubts arise and how we should deal with them.
Psalm 145 “God is great, God is good…”; so begins the childhood prayer. But just how great is God? Pastor Doug Link explores Psalm 145 in search of answers to who God is, how great he is, and how we should respond.
Psalm 25 How do we finish a difficult year as a Christian? Pastor Ben Khazraee takes guidance from Psalm 25 to help us navigate the transition to a hopeful future.