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    MonMondayJunJune26th2017 June 18, 2017
    byPastor David McConnell Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment

    THE SHEPHERD MEETS OUR NEEDS

    Psalms 23:1-6

    Is the Bible still useful today?  I suggest to you that the Bible is still useful because it is still meeting the needs of people today.  One of the reasons for that is that the needs of mankind have not changed much throughout the centuries.  These ancient needs are still being met by this ancient book because this ancient book tells us about the Ancient of Days who is still meeting the needs of modern man.  In Psalms 23, there are three ancient needs that are still being met by the Lord who is our Shepherd.

    I. THE NEED FOR ___________________________.

     

     

     

    II. THE NEED FOR ___________________________.

     

     

     

    III. THE NEED FOR __________________

     

     

     

     

    Don’t discard the Bible simply because it is old.  It tells of the one who can still meet all of the needs in your life.

    Audio Sermon_Sun_06-18-17.mp3
    MonMondayJunJune26th2017 June 25, 2017
    byPastor David McConnell Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment

    NEW WATER FROM AN OLD WELL

    Scripture: Psalms 23

    There is an account in the book of Genesis about Isaac that probably has gone unnoticed.  The story says that Isaac opened up the old wells of water his father Abraham had dug.  Some might have scoffed, “What could those old wells still provide water?”  The Bible says that he dug and found a well of springing or living water.  Simply because a well is old does not mean it has lost its usefulness.  I present to you an old well today – Psalm 23 – and tell you that if you drink from this well you will not go away unsatisfied.  Let’s look together at the latter part of this psalm and enjoy the refreshment and blessings found there.

    I. THE BLESSING OF THE LORD’S ______________.

     

     

    II. THE BLESSING OFTHE LORD’S _____________________

     

     

    III. BLESSING OF THE LORD’S ________________________

     

     

    IV. THE BLESSING OF THE LORD’S _____________

     

    Do you know Jesus as the host in your life?  Have you opened the door of your heart and let Him in?

    Audio Sermon_Sun_6-25-17.mp3
    MonMondayJunJune5th2017 June 4, 2017
    byPastor David McConnell Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment

    YESTERDAY, TODAY, AND TOMORROW

    Scripture: Psalms 23

    How important is context?  The answer is “very important.”  The whole meaning can be changed by taking a word or statement out of context.  In studying the Bible, context is extremely important.  You can prove almost anything from the Bible by taking it out of context.  In studying the Bible, context is usually understood to mean the verses that come before and the verses that come after a particular verse or word.  In studying Psalms 23 I have seen context in a larger sense.  So what is the context of Psalms 23?  The answer is quite simple: It is sandwiched between Psalms 22 and 24.  In the next few minutes, let’s explore what that means a little more closely.

    I. PSALM 22 - THE PSALM OF THE _____________ – We see  

       Jesus the ____________ Shepherd  (John 10:11-15)

     

    II. PSALM 23 – THE PSALM OF THE ____________ - We see

        Jesus the ____________ Shepherd (Hebrews 13:20-21)

     

    III. PSALM 24 – THE PSALM OF THE ___________ - We see

         Jesus the ____________ Shepherd (1 Peter 5:4)

     

    Yesterday He died for me - He is my Savior.  Today He lives for me - He is my Shepherd.  Tomorrow He comes for Me - He is my Sovereign (King)

    Audio Sermon_06-04-17.mp3
    MonMondayMayMay29th2017 May 28, 2017
    byPastor David McConnell Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment

    REMEMBER AND DON’T FORGET

    Scripture: Deuteronomy 6:1-12

    God saw the importance for remembering.  He did not want His people to forget Him (Deuteronomy 6:12).  Be careful that you do not forget the Lord!  Scattered throughout this passage we can find facts about remembering that will encourage us to remember God and His commands.

    I. THE PURPOSE OF REMEMBERING – One of the major reasons for remembering is to __________________________

    _________________________________. (Deuteronomy 6:2, 7, 20-24)

    What do we want to teach our children?

    II. THE METHOD OF REMEMBERING

         A, Reminders that are _________________ (Deuteronomy 6:8-9)

         B. Reminders that are _______________ (Deuteronomy 6:7)

    III. THE RESULTS OF REMEMBERING

         A. The ______________ resulting from remembering (Deuteronomy 6:2)

         B. The ______________ resulting from remembering 

              (Deuteronomy 6:2, 3, 18, 24)

         C. The _____________________ resulting from not

              remembering (Deuteronomy 6:15)

    Conclusion: As we conclude our study, let’s take a closer look at verse Deuteronomy 6:25.  Is this good news for us or bad news?  Think about it.

    The promise is that if we obey all this law, it will be our righteousness.  What happens if we fail to obey it all?  The answer is we will not have righteousness before God.  That is not good news. The good news is that Jesus is our righteousness.  Romans 3:21-26

    Audio Sermon_Sun_5-28-17.mp3
    TueTuesdayMayMay23rd2017 May 21, 2017
    byMark Willkinson Tagged No tags 0 comments Add comment
    Mark Wilkinson from Christian Prison Ministry of Missouri gave the sermon this week
    their web site is christianprisonministryofmissouri.org
    Audio Sermon_Sun_5-21-17.mp3
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