Impotent Works, Potent Grace (Psalm 119:41–48)

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Stephen Scholtz - 30 July 2017

Impotent Works, Potent Grace (Psalm 119:41–48)

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In the psalmist’s petition to experience God’s love, we find the true context for our prayers. And within this context we find the commitment of the Christian—as a result of this context. Only the experience of God's love will lead to a true commitment to serve him.

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An exposition of Psalm 119 by the elders of Brackenhurst Baptist Church.

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In the psalmist’s petition to experience God’s love, we find the true context for our prayers. And within this context we find the commitment of the Christian—as a result of this context. Only the experience of God’s love will lead to a true commitment to serve him.

Let your steadfast love come to me, O LORD, your salvation according to your promise; then shall I have an answer for him who taunts me, for I trust in your word. And take not the word of truth utterly out of my mouth, for my hope is in your rules. I will keep your law continually, forever and ever, and I shall walk in a wide place, for I have sought your precepts. I will also speak of your testimonies before kings and shall not be put to shame, for I find my delight in your commandments, which I love. I will lift up my hands toward your commandments, which I love, and I will meditate on your statutes.

(Psalm 119:41–48)