The little New Testament that fits in your back pocket likely does not include the Old Testament book of Leviticus. But it probably does include an Old Testament book called The Psalms. Why this book? Why have the people of God clung to this treasury of songs and prayers for almost three millennia? For one, The Book of Psalms is unique. Most of Scripture is God speaking to us. But The Psalms are God’s people speaking to God. They are the unfiltered overflow of mature souls pouring themselves out to God. In the deepest of pain, the darkest of doubts, and the highest of joys, the writers of The Psalms find a reason to sing; a reason to worship. Their roots are deep in God. We believe worship is both seeing what God is worth and giving Him what He is worth. It is putting our roots down deep into God and then letting the fruit of our lives praise Him. This summer we are going to discover, with the Psalmists, a reason to sing.
By: Tyler Macke6/19/2016Psalm 8Father's Day
By: Mark Yoder7/3/2016Psalm 23Independence Day
By: Andy Borgelt7/10/2016Psalm 40
By: Tyler Macke7/17/2016Psalm 63
By: Rady Keeler7/24/2016Psalm 91
By: Gary Harpst7/31/2016Psalm 115
By: Tyler Macke8/7/2016Psalm 145