God My Desire - Psalm 63

July 27th, 2020

In Psalm 63 we read of David's praise lifted to God in spite of dire circumstances, and we discover that the deep well of God's lovingkindness will satisfy us more than any other source.

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The Lord is My Salvation - Psalm 62

July 20th, 2020

Who is able to rescue us in crisis? Who is strong enough to protect us when enemies seek to destroy? David's answer in Psalm 62 is, "the Lord is my salvation."

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Sorrow to Joy - Psalm 61

July 13th, 2020

Psalm 61 shows us one of the paths to trusting the Lord in the midst of hardship and pain. Pastor Michael Wu reminds us that when we go to the Lord in prayer, remember his faithfulness and begin to trust again in his promises, we will be able to give praise to our God who changes sorrow into Joy.

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Sing Your Abandonment - Psalm 60

July 6th, 2020

How do we overcome suffering? The Psalmist calls us to sing through our feelings of abandonment and rejection. In Psalm 60 we see David cry out to God, find hope in the promise of God and a renewed dependance on the Lord for the battle before him.

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The Lord is My Shepherd - John 10:1-15

July 1st, 2019

Returning to John 10, we're reminded that although most people love the idea of a good and gentle shepherd who cares for and protects us, we are not as comfortable with the reality that like helpless sheep, we are desperately in need of a shepherd.

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The Grace of Gratitude - Psalm 50

November 26th, 2018

Preaching from Psalm 50, Pastor Jesse Furey reminds us that the grace of God should fuel a life of gratitude in the hearts of believers. Like the original readers of Psalm 50 we are called to remember God, to remember whose story we're in, and to remember the gospel.

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Unless the Lord Builds the House - Psalm 127

November 5th, 2018

On the first Sunday in our renovated worship center, Pete reminds us that the Lord's house is more about people than bricks and mortar.

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