Everyone hurts sometimes, even kings, and even those who are in covenant relationship with God. David knew what it was to hurt deeply. Yet, in the midst of all of that, he knew who he could hold onto, and how to hold onto him. Many interpreters believe that Psalm 61 was written out of his hurt over his son Absalom’s attempted coup. This psalm is a pearl—small but precious—which teaches us how to respond to pain in our lives.
Sermons in this series are once-off sermons preached by various church members.
|God Sees the Unwanted (Genesis 16:7-14)||Doug Van Meter||27 January 2013||Listen|
|What Now? (James 2:1-26)||Doug Van Meter||3 February 2013||Listen|
|The Promises of God (Genesis 13:1-18)||Neil Cable||24 February 2013||Listen|
|Hope (Romans 8:18-30)||Doug Van Meter||17 March 2013||Listen|
|Hear and Receive (Matthew 13:1-23)||Varughese George||14 April 2013||Listen|
|Appreciating the Ascension (Acts 7:48-60)||Christo Beetge||9 May 2013||Listen|
|Are You Free? (John 8:30-36)||Barry Jamie||23 June 2013||Listen|
|A Will and the Way (John 7:1-18)||Neil Cable||30 June 2013||Listen|
|The Mercy of God (Psalm 130:1-8)||Newton Chilingulo||7 July 2013||Listen|
|The Lamp and the Light on the Way of Life (Proverbs 6:20-23)||Gary van den Heuvel||28 July 2013||Listen|