July 21, 2019 PM
Dr. Michael Catt - 1908
#5 in series
Christ in the Psalms
The book of Psalms is the most frequently read book in the Old Testament. Along with Proverbs, these books are important because they give us glimpses into the inner lives of David and others. However, if you dig deeper, you'll gain insight into how to live as an overcomer regardless of your circumstances. In the last message, we walked through Psalm 77 in answering the question, “Where is Christ in my pain?” We were reminded of how the psalmist remembered the goodness of God, choosing to worship and rejoice rather than whine and reject God. Life is what I see as reality because of Christ, and godliness is what the world sees in me when it watches how I handle life.
For further study, this series is available online at sherwoodbaptist.net/messages.
I. THE DANGERS AND HIS PROMISED DELIVERANCE (vv. 1-9)
The writer of Hebrews uses “rest” in three ways:
Israel failed to take God at His Word and wandered in the wilderness.
They heard the promises and saw the great works of God, but failed to act on them.
What does a step of faith look like?
II. THE DELIGHT OF KNOWING HIS REST