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Sunday, 22 March 2020
Sometimes leaving the best for last is a great way to finish with what is most important. It seems that is what David has done as he closes out Psalm 103. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett wraps up a look at this poetic scripture which shows how awesome and mighty God is... and that is why we should praise Him.
Sunday, 08 March 2020
Passage: Psalms 103
Duration: 34 mins 22 secs
David has begun this Psalm exhorting his own soul to praise God and then lists a number of reasons why God is worthy of praise. The psalmist then used three different examples to compare the love of God to things humans can identify with. Now David chooses to contrast the Love of God to the frailty and weakness of mankind to help us better understand just how great and marvelous our Creator is. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett continues looking at Psalm 103, specifically at verses 13-18.
Sunday, 23 February 2020
Duration: 33 mins 24 secs
"Praise the Lord, my soul." These are words David uses to open his psalm, encouraging himself to glorify God. He then proceeds to list various blessings God gives to individuals and also to His chosen people corporately. Today, Pr. Nathanael Fawcett continues in Psalm 103, looking at three illustrations David uses to show how wonderful God is and why we should praise Him.
Sunday, 16 February 2020
Duration: 33 mins 38 secs
David has written a psalm in which he describes the reasons why it makes sense that we should praise the Lord. The first section of Psalm 103 seems almost like a pep talk, encouraging himself to praise. Verses 1-5 share about praising the Lord because of the blessings God gives His children as individuals. Pr. Nathanael shows how in the next verses (6-10), God reveals more of Himself as He blesses his children collectively, as a body or unit.
Sunday, 09 February 2020
Duration: 29 mins 21 secs
From an early age, children use this three-letter word question - "why?" Many times because they are curious. Many times because they don´t understand. Quite often because they don´t like the answer they just received from a parent or authority. In the same manner, we often question God about life´s events. God tells us to search Him, to ask Him, which is not a problem. But, we will have to accept His answer though. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett looks at Psalm 103 which begins with a command and then lays out an explanation for the "Why?" part.
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