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The King’s Royal Decree

The plan and rule of God is focused through the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus is the means of redemption and reconciliation. Jesus is the coming King who will rule the earth. In Psalm 2, God laughs at the opposition of earthly kings. Why? Jesus reigns with a rod of iron. Let every king bow in reverence. Let every believer live with hope.


The King in His Power

It is no secret that our modern culture not only places God on the periphery, but actively opposes His Word and rule. The ways of God are ridiculed and rejected. Dr. John turns us to Psalm 2 to demonstrate that this is not new. God is not surprised or shook. His Throne is eternally stable, and His people can be calm and confident.


In Praise of the Deeds of Our God

“Can’t see the forest for the trees” is more than a cliche. It is a vulnerability in each one of us. We can be so wrapped up by what is in front of us, pleasure or pain, that we fail to see the larger Hand of God. As Dr. John continues with Psalm 147, we learn that God is at work in everything. So, in everything, we can place our hope in Him.


In Praise of the Almighty

It’s easy to sing at a wedding, but harder to sing at a funeral. Yet both occasions call for songs of praise and worship. Psalm 147 commands us to praise our Lord, regardless of our context. We are to praise God in pain or pleasure. Dr. John reminds us that worship not only exalts our King – it heals the heart of the worshipper.


He Reigns

Loyalty can be bought. People may stick with a brand or political party because of the perks. God doesn’t work that way. In fact, our loyalty is often tested through hardships. Listen as Dr. John teaches from Psalm 147 about faithfulness and celebration for our King. Consider the question, “Why am I loyal to Jesus despite the hardships?”


What God Really Wants

Powered by RedCircle In this one-week series, Dr. Neufeld leads us in a study of Psalms 42 and 50. Topics include feeling abandoned by God, telling yourself the truth, when…


The Importance of the Truth About God

When we study Psalm 42 we begin by hearing the Psalmist saying that he feels abandoned by God. And that is a legitimate feeling taking into mind what he has gone through. But as we will see his feeling does not match the truth of God. He is feeling abandoned but he was never abandoned.



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