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New Sermon Series! - Be Still: Praying the Psalms

pslams draft 2"Be Still: Praying the Psalms"

April 19 to May 31

 

In uncertain times, it's often difficult to know how to pray. Sometimes the words just don't come. That's when the Scriptures can speak to us and speak for us, and that's especially true of the Psalms. This collection of poems and prayers was the prayer book for ancient Israel and for Jesus, who quoted the Psalms more than any other Old Testament book. Throughout Christian history, praying the Psalms has been a daily discipline--a rhythm of prayer that shapes the heart and mind. The Psalms express a deep honesty about the human condition, awe and wonder about the nature and purposes of God, and joyous praise and thanksgiving for the God who saves. We find every emotion and every situation in the Psalms, which is why reading and praying through them can help to guide us through these days. Join us for this unique and powerful sermon series, led by Pastors Bob Kaylor and Jason Baxter. You may wish to pick up a copy W. David O. Taylor's new book Open and Unafraid: The Psalms as a Guide to Life, which is the companion book for the series and perfect for individual or small group study. https://www.amazon.com/Open-Unafraid-Psalms-Guide-Life-ebook/dp/B07TG5XZMD/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=open+and+unafraid&qid=1586017820&sr=8-1

 

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