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The Judgement of God

All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ June 24, 2018 Text: Psalms 46 Let the words of my mouth and the meditations of our heart be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. In last weeks sermon I made the passing statement that we often fear other people more than we fear the Lord. I think this statement needs to be contemplated and unpacked more deeply. Furthermore, it is a part of the theme of Psalm 46 and has to do with God’s Judgement. As we read our Psalm for this morning we are met with sentiment which is repeated three time, though said slightly differently: “God is our hope and our strength, a very present help in trouble.” This reminds us that we

God the Redeemer

All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ June 17, 2018 Text: Psalm 111 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord my strength and my redeemer. Amen Last week as we examined Psalm 8, we looked at how it displays the glory of God and how it is shown in all of creation. We saw how God’s creation is designed to glorify Him, and by extension we are designed to let this glory permeate our entire lives. As we ponder this, we are reminded of the great words of the Westminster Catechism – that the chief end of man is the glorify God and enjoy Him forever. However, as we look at our own hearts we are reminded of our frailty, our selfishness, ou

God's glory and His creation

June 10, 2018 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Psalm 8 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. A fourth century bishop, Gregory of Nazianzus, wrote: “The Majesty (of God), or as holy David calls it, the Glory, is manifested among the creatures that it has produced and governs. These are the back parts of God, which he leaves behind him, as tokens of himself like the shadows and reflection of the sun in the water, which show the sun to our weak eyes, because we cannot look at the sun himself, for by his unmixed light he is too strong for our power of perception.” As of late, I have

What are the Psalms?

A Homily for Trinity 1 June 3, 2018 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Psalm 1 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord my strength and my redeemer. Amen. Over the years the Psalms have come to have a deeper and profound significance in my walk with the Lord. I think many of us, including myself, can be lulled into thinking that the Psalms are just these interesting, non-rhyming poems that we read responsively or in unison when we come together to worship. While this section is an ancient book of hymns which have been sung read for worship for thousands years, there is a great richness of theology and worshipful comfort wi

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