In His Grip (Psalm 16)

In His Grip Acts 2:22-39 A Michtam of David. 1  Preserve me, O God, for in You I put my trust. 2  O my soul, you have said to the LORD, “You are my Lord, My goodness is nothing apart from You.”   REFUGE IN YHWH ALONE! The Golden Psalm’s of David.  The LORD preserves, [Continue Reading…]

To Never Be Moved (Psalm 15)

To Never Be Moved A Psalm of David. 1  LORD, who? may abide in Your tabernacle? Who? may dwell in Your holy hill?   The prescription of life before God requires instruction.  This is a song of hope and instruction.  It takes the form of positive teaching and negative teaching, those things we are to [Continue Reading…]

The Strength of God in Frailty (Psalm 8)

          Psalm 8 Notes 1       O LORD, our Lord, How excellent is Your name in all the earth,   Who have set Your glory above the heavens! Personal Praise vs Imperative – Oh YHWH OUR Master   This Psalm of praise overwhelmingly focuses on the Covenant God. It points us directly to [Continue Reading…]

The Grace of God to Noah Reveals Christ

Pastor Emeritus Dennis Roe presented the following message to the Congregation last Sunday.  His emphasis in his recent messages has been on the revelation of Christ throughout the Old Testament, even as Christ revealed this truth to two disciples on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35).  Pastor Roe presented the following five points which are taught [Continue Reading…]

“Fixing our eyes on JESUS, the author and perfecter of our faith!” Hebrews 12:2

By Alexander Smellie This is how I am justified and forgiven. Not by the hopeless endeavor to win and fight my way to the favor of God and the Celestial City–but by looking to Jesus only, and by leaning on Him absolutely. “Nothing in my hands I bring, Simply to Your cross I cling!” This [Continue Reading…]

Our Defense is YHWH (Psalm 7)

Psalm 7 Sermon Notes and Sermon A.     Verses 1-2 correspond to v 17 as a praise and testimony of the Lords deliverance.  The greatness of the Lord is in view. B.     Verse 3-7 Contrast v 12-16 the Vindication of the Lord (toward the righteous) against His condemnation of the wicked. B.     Note both actions are [Continue Reading…]