Peace in a Pandemic (Psalm 131)

Key Idea: A peaceful heart comes from a humble heart that hopes in Christ. I. A Peaceful Heart Starts with Humility Humility (in Psalm 131) is living for God, by living dependent on God. Humility is living for God An anxious heart comes because we live for the wrong things. Humility is living dependent on God II. A Peaceful Heart Needs the Right Hope Hope offers a rested heart because it focuses on the right relationship, not the right circumstances. True hope only comes in Christ. Practical application: Seek to know Christ....

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Parenting – Faithfulness and Faith (Psalm 127)

Key Idea: We must give up the illusion of personal sovereignty I. Faithfulness – giving up the illusion of sovereignty reorients our faithfulness If what we are pursuing for our kids, is not what GOD is pursuing for our kids, God is not in that, and it is ultimately meaningless. Parenting is ultimately about addressing the worship of the heart with the truths of the Gospel. We see the law as important for wisdom and conviction, but incapable of saving We address the worship of the heart, not just their behavior We give......

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Praise in a Pandemic (Psalm 63)

Jesus Changes Everything Part 8 – Praise in a Pandemic (Psalm 63, Part 1) Key idea: When we seek, see, and savor God we will esteem God, and be joyfully satisfied in God. Three truths that David holds on to, that allow him to find joy in the desert: I. Live convinced that only God truly satisfies Jeremiah 2:13 — 13 for my people have committed two evils: they have forsaken me, the fountain of living waters, and hewed out cisterns for themselves, broken cisterns that can hold no water. Finding our satisfaction......

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