Sermons on Psalms

Lament and Praise (Psalms)

            There’s something about singing that is profound and powerful.  Social scientists tell us that music does something to human beings physically, emotionally, and spiritually.  We are creatures that need to and love to be around music and participate in it at some level.             Music has a powerful effect on the human soul.  In…

Some Trust in Chariots

            We know from Romans 8:28 that “all things work together for good to those who love the Lord.”  And, as we often say, “It is not the case that all things in life are good, but all things in life can be used by God for good.”              And I want to suggest to…

The Lord Will Provide

            Most of you have had the opportunity to meet our grandson Eric who lives in Tennessee.  He’s in the 6th grade this year and is doing well, but when he started kindergarten, there was a little bit of concern on our part about how he would do in school, because intellectually, he is well-advanced,…

An Attitude of Gratitude

In his popular book, “The One Minute Manager”, Ken Blanchard recommends that leaders develop the practice of what he calls “one-minute praising”.  The idea is that you try to catch your employees doing something right.  Now, we’re all used to bosses who catch us doing something wrong.  But it’s rare to be praised when we…