The Psalms is a songbook consisting of a rich variety of poems which God’s people have used through the ages to pray and praise Him through the ups and downs of life. Psalms 15 – 24 form a fascinating and thrilling mini-section within the Psalms of David, framed by the hugely important question, who is able to enter God’s presence (Psalm 15: 1, Psalm 24: 3)?
This can be an unsettling question for many Christians who, racked by guilt, memory of past failures, or feelings of inadequacy, lack confidence that God will accept them. As these Psalms declare the glorious nature of God’s steadfast faithfulness, God’s perfect justice, God’s precious word, and God’s tender care, they give the Christian believer grounds for rock-solid assurance of their acceptance by God, through the saving work of God’s King, Jesus.
Join us on Sunday evenings as we see that even in the face of suffering and persecution, God’s people can be totally confident of enjoying God’s presence both now and in eternity.
|27th May||Psalms 15 & 24||Confident to Enter God’s Presence|
|3rd June||Psalm 16||Confident in God Alone|
|10th June||Psalm 17||Confident of God’s Justice|
|17th June (Morning Service)||Psalm 19||Confident in God’s Word|
|17th June||Psalm 18||Confident of God’s Faithfulness|
|24th June||Psalms 20 – 21||Confident in God’s King|
|1st July||Psalm 22||Confident in God in the Face of Opposition|
|8th July||Psalm 23||Confident of God’s Care|