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Psalms: Hearts Heard in Heaven
Psalm 51 is possibly one of the most beautiful expressions of brokenness before the eternal LORD of Glory. This is a Psalm of confession to be used by believers for it teaches us the right manner of approaching our LORD in confession. All inhibitions and pre-tense are set aside as the King of Israel bares his heart before God. There is no room for self-indulgent thought and boasting, let alone attempting to veil sin before the all-knowing, Holy God of the universe.
The grace of God is sought as the only means to erase the sin. The psalmist understands that, “If you, O LORD, should mark iniquities, O Lord, who could stand?” (Psm.130:3). Here we find the plea of a desperate heart for forgiveness of sin, the provision from a God who owes us nothing but judgment and yet a God who determines to relent and forgive. All that He requires of us is a broken and contrite heart. “The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise” (Psm.51:17).
O what a gracious God we serve. May we be quick to confess our sins in brokenness and know the renewal through forgiveness and the restoration of sweet intimate fellowship with our LORD.
PSALM 51 - Treachery & Trajectory of Sin
(Context from 1 Samuel 11)
28 June 2019
PSALM 51 - Assault of Grace
(Context from 1 Samuel 12)
4 August 2019
PSALM 51 - Brokenness Before Renewal
18 August 2019
Sermons in Jonah
In Genesis we read, “And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light” (Gen.1:3) so it was with all of creation - there was absolute obedience.
But when we look at Jonah, he says, NO! Today there is you and I, and together with humanity, we also say 'NO'! OH friends, who do we think we are?
But as it was in the days of Jonah so it is today. God is gracious and merciful, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love, and relenting from disaster (Jonah 4:2). His will was to send a missionary, not just to Ninevah, but to all of humanity, and Jesus says, YES!
What mercy, what grace, what love!
Join us as we teach through the book of Jonah.
PART 1. Jonah Introduction (Jonah 1:1-3)
19 May 2019
PART 2. The Nature of Disobedience (Jonah 1:4-16)
26 May 2019
PART 3. The Nature of Deliverance (Jonah 1:17 - 2:10)
2 June 2019
We experienced some technical difficulties on Sunday. Unfortunately we do not have a recording, but follow with us with the sermon notes below.
PART 4. Second Opportunities by Grace (Jonah 3:1-3)
9 June 2019
PART 5. The Lord's Gracious Warning (Jonah 3:4)
16 June 2019
PART 6. Repent & Relent (Jonah 3:5-10)
23 June 2019
30 June 2019 - (Poor Sound Quality)
Part 8 - The glorious self revealing God (Jonah 4:10&11)
07 July 2019