May 24, 2020
2020-05-24 Through The Valley • Psalm 11 • Parker Rabe
"God's righteous foundation will not be destroyed, because the universe is a universe that is controlled. It is held in the hand by an awesome God who sits on his throne right now!"
 
Parker Rabe continues our mini-series in the Psalms. This week, we're focusing on Psalm 11 which shows us King David's response to the world of apparent chaos around him; a world that feels similar to ours today.
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  • May 24, 20202020-05-24 Through The Valley • Psalm 11 • Parker Rabe
    May 24, 2020
    2020-05-24 Through The Valley • Psalm 11 • Parker Rabe
    "God's righteous foundation will not be destroyed, because the universe is a universe that is controlled. It is held in the hand by an awesome God who sits on his throne right now!"
     
    Parker Rabe continues our mini-series in the Psalms. This week, we're focusing on Psalm 11 which shows us King David's response to the world of apparent chaos around him; a world that feels similar to ours today.
  • May 17, 20205-17-20 Through The Valley – Psalm 23 – David Baxley
    May 17, 2020
    5-17-20 Through The Valley – Psalm 23 – David Baxley
    "Even as he (King David) was going through the dark valley, he could say with confidence that it wasn't by accident because the shepherd had led him there. He doesn't have to carry on his own shoulders how he got there, or what he needs to do to fix the situation, or what he needs to do to correct it and change it. He doesn't have to try to take control of it. He knows the shepherd led him there, and the shepherd will lead him out."
     
    Pastor David begins our mini-series in the Psalms by starting us arguably the most well-known psalm: Psalm 23.
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