Life is precious, but circumstances are sometimes desperate. Life can seem pretty hopeless at times. It can hit us so hard that the force of its punch can put us face down on the mat of circumstances. And it appears that our only hope for recovery is a miracle. But what is recorded in Psalm 119:25–32 is much more truthful, and therefore it is much more hopeful, than our circumstances might lead us to believe.
An exposition of Psalm 119 by the elders of Brackenhurst Baptist Church.
|Integrity (Psalm 119:1–8)||Doug Van Meter||26 Jun 2017||Listen|
|Sanctification (Psalm 119:9–16)||Stuart Chase||2 Jul 2017||Watch||Listen|
|Open Eyes (Psalm 119:17–24)||Mark MacKaiser||9 Jul 2017||Listen|
|Hanging On for Dear Life (Psalm 119:25–32)||Doug Van Meter||16 Jul 2017||Watch||Listen|
|The Way of Wisdom (Psalm 119:33–40)||Neil Cable||23 Jul 2017||Watch||Listen|
|Impotent Works, Potent Grace (Psalm 119:41–48)||Stephen Scholtz||30 Jul 2017||Listen|
|What God Told Me Today (Psalm 119:49–56)||Zander Viljoen||6 Aug 2017||Watch||Listen|
|The School of Affliction (Psalm 119:65–72)||Stuart Chase||20 Aug 2017||Watch||Listen|
|Tie a Knot, and Hang On (Psalm 119:81–88)||Neil Cable||3 Sep 2017||Watch||Listen|
|Just Read It (Psalm 119:97–104)||Zander Viljoen||24 Sep 2017||Watch||Listen|