In our busy lives of rushing from point to point, following our busy schedule, Psalm 23 invites us to rest by knowing that God’s goodness and mercy follow us all the days of our life. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches.
We live in a world of restlessness. Where can we find rest? Psalm 23 shows us that Jesus is our shepherd and host who gives us rest. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches.
Lying down in green pastures! A banqueting table spread for me! Cup overflowing! But what if it is the cup of the wicked that overflows? Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Psalm 37:1-11.
Suppression and an unwillingness to confess his sins led the psalmist in Ps. 32 to be in a terrible wretched state, while free and honest confession of his sin before God liberated him. Come and listen and find out in what way honest heartfelt confession of our sins before God is good for our soul. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches.
What does it mean for the Lord to called our shepherd? Guest preacher Daniel Owens, Singapore Bible College lecturer, expounds on this favorite psalm 23 of all time.
"Eloi, Eloi, lamasacthani?" (My God, my God why have you forsaken me?) What does it mean for the psalmist to say that in ps 22? And what does it mean for the Lord Jesus Christ to say that in his dying breath as he hung on the cross? And does that have anything to do with our own experiences of feeling forsaken? Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Psalm 22.
Psalm 2 talks about kings who conspire against God's rule. Without looking far, those kings may well be us. Pastor Chris preaches from Psalm 2.
The blessed man delights in God's word and lives it out in his life. Pastor Jeffrey Quek preaches from Psalm 1.
Psalms 42-43 are the prayer from the heart from someone experiencing clinical depression which is manifested in spiritual dryness and emptiness and the absence of God and His presence. John Ting shares his personal experience of depression as he expounds Psalms 42-43.
What if we do not get what we prayed for? And would you still remain a believer if those who disobey God appear to be doing much better in life than you do? If so, then what is the purpose of prayer and godly-living? Let this psalm answer these questions. Pastor Lim L Y preaches from Psalm 73.
Why did Jesus recall Psalm 22 - "my God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" - instead of the more famous Psalm 23, The Lord is My Shepherd. Pastor Christopher Chia reflects on this much neglected Psalm 22 and the precious lessons on prayer it offers us. You will be challenged by this.