Unless the Lord – Psalm 127

Summer in the PsalmsScott Puckett teaches from Psalm 127. We are reminded of the great importance of aligning ourselves completely with the Lord as we work, stand, rest, and trust – this is a worshiping life.

A Song of Community – Psalm 133

Summer in the PsalmsPsalm 133 is a song about community. Daniel Mason shares great wisdom from these short verses and encourages us to pray for holy community at Christ Kingdom Church.

Delightful Worship – Psalm 37:1-11

Summer in the PsalmsScott Puckett preaches from Psalm 37:1-11. We learn that whatever we delight in is what we worship, that God wants all of our worship, and that only delighting in God will satisfy the desires of our heart.

Why We’re Here – Psalm 73

Summer in the PsalmsTim Sharpe delivers a message from Psalm 73. The psalmist seems to have a change of heart, at first describing his envy of the arrogant and wicked, but later claiming, “earth has nothing I desire besides [God].” Tim examines the psalm’s implications, even answering the universal question, Why are we here?

Singing Hearts – Psalm 95

Summer in the PsalmsSummer in the Psalms continues with Psalm 95. Scott Puckett teaches, “a singing heart should be a hallmark of the Christian faith, but a hardened heart quenches it.” Today we learn two secrets to having a singing heart.

Comfort in Remembering – Psalm 77

Summer in the PsalmsScott Puckett begins our “Summer in the Psalms” series by looking at Psalm 77.

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