Summer in the Psalms (2022)
The Joy of Restoration
July 24, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Psalm 126
It is important for us to regularly look back and recognize how God has been faithful throughout our lives. He has shown us grace and made us whole through the truth of the Gospel. Listen to this message from Pastor Jay as he takes us through this Psalm focused on the restoration God brings to His people.
Remarkably and Wondrously Made
July 10, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Psalm 139
As our country continues to feel the effects of the overturning of Roe v. Wade, this week Pastor Jay walks us through Psalm 139, and how it helps to inform our view of life. The Lord knows us intimately, and has from before we were born, and all lives are worthy of care, protection, and love from womb to tomb.
The Lord Is Good. Let The Redeemed Say So.
July 3, 2022 • Larry Thrailkill • Psalm 107
Psalm 107 offers multiple reminders of how God has been faithful to His people throughout history, as they have continuously realized their need for Him. Listen to guest preacher Larry Thrailkill as he leads us through this important text and reminds us that when we cry out to the Lord, he is faithful and mighty to save.
The Lord Is My Shepherd – Michael Kelley
June 26, 2022 • Michael Kelley • Psalm 23
Psalm 23 is one of the most well-loved passages in the entire Bible. Listen as Michael Kelley, Executive Director Elect of the Nashville Baptist Association, leads us through this psalm of love for, and dependence on, our Good Shepherd, Jesus.
Be Gracious To Me, O God
June 19, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Psalm 51
"Be gracious to me, God, according to your faithful love; according to your abundant compassion, blot out my rebellion." We as human beings have chosen a life of rebellion and sin, but God is gracious and merciful, and He will restore us if we call on Him. Listen to Pastor Jay's message about this powerful Psalm.
Where Does Your Help Come From?
June 12, 2022 • Jay Hardwick • Psalm 121
This week we looked at Psalm 121, a song of ascents that Jewish pilgrims would sing on their way into Jerusalem. Still today we ask the question, "where does our help come from?" and the answer is still the same: "our help comes from the Lord," because His care is everything we need.