Sin and Grace (Psalm 106)

We’re in a section (this week and last) of historical Psalms, remembrances of Israel’s life with God. Last week we saw the unbridled and unrestrained love of God for his people. But this week we see must contrast his love with their great sinfulness. Despite God’s faithfulness, Israel responded with faithlessness. But as this Psalmist […]

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Not One Thing Has Failed (Psalm 105)

God is not capricious. God is not lazy. God is not weak. Everything that he says he will do, he does. Everything he does is for the joy of his people. And so His is a holy and loving integrity that must give us hope and confidence in an unpredictable world. Do you believe the […]

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The Greatness of God (Psalm 104)

The Psalms, if you did not know, are songs. They are a collection of 150 songs, written originally for the worship of the Hebrew people, and now the Christian church. And they are so important to the church, and to our faith, because they give us an uncompromising, comprehensive way to speak about life to […]

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