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Sermons from August 2023

The Day of Trouble

Covenant Life Fellowship
Covenant Life Fellowship
The Day of Trouble
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Overview Psalm 20 is a psalm of David, and it’s a prayer for victory. The psalm emphasizes trust in God rather than human means (like chariots and horses). The trust in God over human strength and the hope for divine assistance are vital themes in this psalm and for our lives.

I Cry Out

Covenant Life Fellowship
Covenant Life Fellowship
I Cry Out
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The psalmist cries out to God in deep distress and sorrow. Throughout the psalm, the writer describes his feelings of isolation, abandonment, and overwhelming affliction. He continually seeks God, mentioning his constant prayer and seeking the Lord’s attention. The tone is desperate, as the writer portrays himself as being among the dead and forgotten. This psalm offers an honest expression of deep anguish and serves as a reminder that it is okay to bring our raw emotions before God. It represents the real human experience of feeling distant from God, even when seeking Him earnestly.

How Long, O Lord?

Covenant Life Fellowship
Covenant Life Fellowship
How Long, O Lord?
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No matter how bleak the situation, or how distant God may seem, we can always turn to Him and find reassurance in His promises. The key is to shift our focus from the size of our problems to the vastness of God’s love and grace.

God Is on the Throne

Covenant Life Fellowship
Covenant Life Fellowship
God Is on the Throne
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Psalm 47 is a song of praise and triumph, a declaration of the universal reign of God. The psalmist speaks of God’s rule over all the nations and His sovereignty over the entire world, emphasizing the rightful worship and exaltation that should be given to God because of His supreme power and rule.