Part 1 study in the book of Hebrews
The book of Psalms has been referred to as "The Hymnbook of the Old Testament," a collection of songs to be sung by God's people in response to His goodness, glory, and grace — most surely revealed in the face of Jesus Christ. Jesus came to put a song in the mouths of God's people. We sing psalms of praise to Him as our Savior and King. We sing psalms of lament to Him as our High Priest and Advocate. We sing psalms of thanksgiving to Him for who He is and what He’s done for us. We sing psalms of remembrance to Him as we survey all of redemptive history which finds its fulfillment in Him. We sing psalms of confidence to Him because He is trustworthy. And, we sing psalms of wisdom to Him because He is wisdom personified and the source of wisdom.
In preparation for our study of the book Hebrews which we will begin in October our focus on the Psalms will be to look at the Psalms the are referenced in Hebrews. Together we will see how the Old Testament Psalms point us to the person and work of Jesus Christ.
The heart sings of that in which it delights. Join us for our "Songs of the Savior" series, as we delight in the LORD and sing of His goodness, glory, and grace.
Everyone seems to have their own take on who Jesus is. Some will say he was a good man, some will say he was a wonderful teacher, some will say he was just a prophet, and others will say he was a crazy man (including his own family). Even those who confess that he is the “Son of God who takes away the sin of the world” will often soften him or try to form him into their own image. But who does Jesus say that he is? Who is the REAL JESUS? Join us as we explore the answers to these profound questions, along with the implications for our very lives.