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Sermons on Psalms

The Open Face of God

The Open Face of God — God speaks to His people. From the beginning of creation, we can see that He has been a God of communication. It is a common lie among believers that it is difficult to hear the voice of God. We become frustrated when we do not hear God, but our…

DIY or DITH

In this sermon, Chris talks about rediscovering ones dependence upon God, and the daily pursuit of His presence. Far too often, we try to face life in our own strength, while the Lord has designed us to face the challenges of life through Him and to produce fruit through the Holy Spirit within us.

Worship: Cultivating the Ecosystem

Worship: Cultivating the Ecosystem — Praise and thankfulness are the gate to bringing an environment into God’s presence. So, we worship out of HOPE. We do not wait for the breakthrough. Our worship is often in spite of our circumstances. It is a faith expression, not a forced expression. Praise gives a place for the…

Gifts of the Spirit: Cultivating the Ecosystem

Cultivating the Ecosystem — The church as a whole needs to increase its effort to cultivate a CULTURE or ECOSYSTEM of the gifts of the Spirit intentionally and with personal investment. We need to seek and ask for spiritual gifts, not put it on God to do it whenever He is ready.People who break down…

Psalm 91: Our Needs

Psalm 91 – Part 2: Our Needs — Psalm 91 is first and foremost an invitation to intimacy with God. It’s easy for fears and needs to drive a wedge between us and the Father, because they tend to create anxiety when not met. We have to protect the beauty of intimacy with the Father,…

Psalm 91: God’s Heart

Psalm 91: God’s Heart — Psalm 91 is first and foremost an invitation to intimacy with God. Satan himself misquoted/abused Psalm 91, to manipulate Jesus away from intamacy with the Father and toward legalistic thinking. Why should we expect any different experience? The promises of Psalm 91 come from God’s heart, they are often eternally…

Psalm 23: He Makes Me Rest 2

Psalm 23: He Makes Me Rest 2 – Peace is a fruit of the Holy Spirit and cannot be cultivated through any alternative effort. However, it is human nature to try to find peace in people, things, plans, or distractions. God’s peace prevails in challenge. Our joy is not to be shallow and circumstantial, because…