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Psalm 37

Such a great Salvation

As an old man David is able to review His experience of salvation. He knows that it is all of God. He has learnt that no matter what life throws at you we are secure in God. The Saved life is not dormant or moribund, it is a daily experience of God. 39 The salvation…

What will the end Be?

This message begins by looking at the position of the Wicked/Transgressor. He seems to prosper at first, but tragically essentially has no future. For the believer, there is present evidence of transformation followed by a future of peace 35 I have seen a wicked, ruthless man, spreading himself like a green laurel tree.[a] 36 But…

The Security of God’s Law

This message begins by looking at the importance of the way we speak as Christians. It then shows where our wisdom begins and concludes by looking at the Security of the Christian life. 30 The mouth of the righteous utters wisdom, and his tongue speaks justice. Psalm 37:30 English Standard Version (ESV) 31 The law of his…

Not Forsaken

Building on previous messages in this Psalm, the message shows two instructions given by God, to turn away and do good. We then are shown the unshakeable security of the Christian, concluding in an examination of our inheritance in Christ, which we have to actively claim. 27 Turn away from evil and do good; so…

Last Will and Testament

This message gives us a picture of God caring for His people, the meek, who will not miss out, but will inherit all that God has prepared for them. The wicked might display power and malice, but God is not frightened by them, on the contrary He laughs at their posturing, knowing their ultimate end.…

A Church P.E.W.

This message looks at the instructions given by David to cope with the challenges of life, then goes on to warn what will happen to those oppose God; rising to a glorious climax in the promise given to the meek. Psalm 37:7-10 English Standard Version (ESV) 7 Be still before the Lord and wait patiently…

He will Act

This message builds on what has gone before and begins with two directives for the believer – to commit and to trust. We then have the promise that God will act on behalf of his people, by developing and displaying both their righteousness and justice. Psalm 37:1-11 English Standard Version (ESV) He Will Not Forsake…

Delighting in the Lord

This message begins by looking at things that cause us to fret, then goes on to show, that rather than fretting we should be delighting in the Lord and all that He has done for us. The message concludes with a promise that God will satisfy our true desires. Psalm 37:1-11 English Standard Version (ESV)…