Triumphal Feast • Psalms Series 9. “Pray Without Ceasing” Psalm 5 – Part 1

“Pray Without Ceasing” • Psalm 5 – Part 1

In this Psalm, David shows us the striking differences in the way God views His elect and the wicked. God’s chosen ones have access by His abundant mercy to approach the throne of grace for help in time of need. The wicked continually seek to fulfill their own desires, and God will ultimately bring them to destruction. The righteous saints of God are redeemed freely by the blood Jesus Christ and therefore have direct access to the Father and can expect help when they ask in faith.

This message was preached on Sunday, February 6, 2022

Triumphal Feast • Psalms Series 8. “An Evening Prayer” Psalm 4 – Part 2

An Evening Prayer • Psalm 4 Part 2

Today’s edition of Triumphal Feast is the conclusion of the message An Evening Prayer from Psalm 4. Verse 2 of this psalm ended with the word SELAH. This means to pause and reflect on what we just sang or prayed. The first reason we can have confidence that God will answer us in our distress is because He has heard and answered us before. It is vain to look for help in any other place than in the Lord. Today we will begin in Psalm 4 verse 3. where we learn that we can have confidence that God hears and answers our prayers because He has chosen us to himself and we are precious to him.

This sermon was preached on Sunday, January 16, 2022

Jesus and the Outcast

When we can’t find our way and we feel to be an outcast, we need to remember that Jesus comes to the outcast. Jesus seeks His sheep, and He finds them. Jesus heals the broken-hearted. Jesus is the Friend of sinners!

“Accidental” Prophecy

John records that God providentially had the high priest speak a prophecy about the death of Jesus.  This was a duty and function of the high priest’s office but this man did it ignorantly.

Two Reactions

Do you believe on Jesus? Then, rest in hope for your faith and belief did not cause your salvation. You may have doubts and fears that still come into your mind, but your faith points to an objective fact that Jesus died for you!