A sermon on Psalm 23. Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I fear no danger because you are with me. Your rod and your staff– they protect me. You set a table for me right in front of my enemies. You bathe my head in oil; my cup is so full it spills over!
A sermon on Psalm 1. The true path to happiness is to give up false claims to personal autonomy and become the object of the Lord’s care.
A sermon on Psalm 100. An invitation to join in Israel’s bold witness and countercultural faith, that the Lord, and no other, is God.
A sermon on Psalm 130. A reminder of the great divide between the iniquity of humanity and the goodness of God with whom are forgiveness, lovingkindness, and deliverance.
Sermon by Daniel L. Sonnenberg | July 19, 2015 Text: But we continue to preach because we have the same kind of faith the psalmist had when he said, “I believed in God, so I spoke.”
Sermon by Daniel L. Sonnenberg | January 11, 2015 This message is adapted from a sermon by Philip Ryken, entitled “What Sheep Owe Their Shepherds” in the Reformed Expository Commentary series on 1 Timothy. Text: 17 Let the elders who… Read More ›