Sermons on Psalms


You can also watch on our Vimeo page. At most wedding receptions, toasts are made to the bride and groom from several well-wishers. It usually begins with a short(?) speech for the newlyweds, and then ends when the guests are asked to “raise their glass” to celebrate the couple and wish them well. One of our lessons this weekend at St. Paul’s is Psalm 116. In verse 13 the psalmist says: “I will lift up the cup of salvation and…

Jesus our Priest

You can also watch on our Facebook page. Quick, give me the name of a priest in the Bible … any priest Old or New Testament? Prophets we know. Kings we know. But priests? Did you come up with Aaron, Moses’ brother? Or, Zechariah, John the Baptist’s father? Or those bad guys at Jesus’ trial, Caiaphas and his father-in-law, Annas? This weekend’s worship at St. Paul’s will add the name of another priest – Melchizedek. Maybe you’ve heard of him,…

I Wonder – Angels

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. You can also watch on our Facebook page. Are angels real?  If they are, when did God create them?  What do they do?  How many are there?  Do we have “Guardian” angels?  How many angels are mentioned by name in the Bible?  These are some of the questions we’ll answer this weekend in our Summer Series “I Wonder About God.” Semon Text: Psalm 91

Good Shepherd Sunday

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. For a copy of the worship service bulletin, click here. You can also watch on our Facebook page. One of the most comforting and heart-warming pictures in all of Scripture is that of Jesus as the Good Shepherd. That’s quite amazing since none of us are familiar with the occupation of tending sheep. And yet, we love the Twenty-third Psalm. We love to sing “I Am Jesus’ Little Lamb” even…

A Blessed Nation

Psalm 33 The Word of God on Independence Weekend focuses on the nation we proudly call “the land of the free and the home of the brave.” The psalmist tells us that a nation where the LORD is God is blessed. Let’s see if we can determine whether we are “A Blessed Nation?” The psalmist offers 2 choices: A) With God there are abundant blessings. B) Without God there’s an absence of blessings.