Sermon Notes-9/27/15

Forever

Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs

Colossians 3:16 (NIV)
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom, and as you sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in your hearts to God.

Throughout history, God’s people have listened to, memorized, digested, and meditated on His Word through music

Forever
By: Chris Tomlin

Verse 1
Give thanks to the Lord our God and King

His love endures forever
For He is good, He is above all things
His love endures forever
Sing praise, sing praise

Verse 2
With a mighty hand and outstretched arm

His love endures forever
For the life that’s been reborn
His love endures forever Sing praise, sing praise
Sing praise, sing praise

Chorus
Forever God is faithful

Forever God is strong
Forever God is with us
Forever

Verse 3
From the rising to the setting sun

His love endures forever
And by the grace of God we will carry on
His love endures forever
Sing praise, sing praise
Sing praise, sing praise

Psalm 136

We worship God for:
Who He is
What He’s done

Structure of Psalm 136
Who He is            (1-3)

What He’s done:
General     (4-9)
Specific    (10-22)
General     (23-25)

Who He is            (26)

The God who watched over Israel in the Old Testament is watching over us today

How did God watch over Israel?
How does He watch over us?

Rescuing
Psalm 136:10-15
He rescued the Israelites from slavery to the Egyptians

Romans 6:16-18
He rescues us from slavery to sin

Leading
Psalm 136:16
He led the Israelites to the Promised Land

John 16:13-15
He leads us throughout our lives

Conquering
Psalm 136:17-22
He conquered the enemies of the Israelites

Romans 8:31-39
He conquers our enemies

Two Questions:
Do you trust God to watch over your life?

To rescue and lead you?
To conquer your enemies?

Do you believe that God is unchanging?
Hebrews 13:8-“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.”

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