Sermons on Psalms
Psalm 1 ~ What would make you truly happy this new year? Pastor Ben Khazraee explores Psalm 1 for the answer to what sort of person a truly happy person is, according to God.
Psalm 63 ~ David authored this psalm while in a desperate situation when he was fleeing for his life in the wilderness of Judah. Pastor Ben Khazraee applies this passage to our lives when he teaches that, despite the circumstances, David thirsts for, is satisfied in, and clings to God.
Mark, a missionary to Lebanon, gives us an update on his work — including the recently launched Shepherds’ Training Institute. This leads to a short message from Psalm 40 about trusting and waiting on the Lord.
Psalm 84 ~ The author of Psalm 84 describes his longing to be in God’s dwelling place, even for a single day. Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches about how this intense longing for God’s place is a longing for God himself.
Psalm 25 ~ As redeemed sinners struggling to live in a sinful world, we may look to ourselves or others for our hope. Pastor Charlie Greenwell takes us on a walk through Psalm 25 and points out the many promises and the wonderful hope found in trusting in and waiting on the Lord.
Lesson 17, a final capstone from Psalm 104 in the Genesis: Foundations Sunday School class.
Psalm 86 ~ As we move into the new year, we know that our lives will encounter times of trouble in the coming months—some difficult, some easy; some long, some short. Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches from David’s prayer to remind us why we pray and the character of Him who answers.
Psalm 119:1-16 ~ Is “doing your duty” something you are obligated to do even though you are not motivated or enjoy it? Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches that, when it comes to our duty to obey God, we should be delighted with the opportunity to please our Lord and relish the impact it has on our lives.
Psalm 2 – When the rare phenomenon causes the moon to eclipse the sun, we are momentarily cast into darkness during a time when we should be in the light. Charlie Greenwell encourages us to fix our eyes upon Jesus, avoiding those things that would eclipse our view the Son.
Psalm 103 – Remember what God has done for us, reflect on His character, remember our frailty, and respond to God’s love and benefits. Pastor Ben Khazraee points our gaze heavenward as he teaches from Psalm 103.
Psalm 51 – Pastor Ben Khazraee takes us through David’s psalm of repentance and helps us see the joy of restoration.
Psalm 33 – Pastor Ben Khazraee uses the 33rd Psalm to examine how we should praise our Heavenly father.