A Study in Psalms: Aug. 13 – Sep. 10
It is the language of the heart. Music offers expression to our hopeful longings and our deepest wounds. There is a reason write songs about heartbreak, grief, and joy. Music is powerful—it has the ability to shape our worldview and give voice to our emotions. In reality, no one song can tell the story of our whole lives. We need a compilation of songs—a soundtrack, a playlist. What is the soundtrack of your life?
In the Bible, the book of Psalms is comprised of 150 songs. They were the playlist of the people of God. These songs shaped the emotions and worldview of their hearers. They offered words of praise, and words of lament. They offered shouts of joy, and frustrations at life. They connect us to our great God. Over the next five weeks we are going to look at five different types of Psalms: wisdom, hymn, confidence, confession, and thanksgiving. Each type of Psalm shows us a different dimension of life, and points to the Creator of our soul. Come sing with us!
8/13 – Series Introduction—WISDOM (Psalm 90)
8/20: – HYMN (Psalm 98)
8/27: – CONFIDENCE (Psalm 23)
9/3 – CONFESSION (Psalm 51)
9/10 – THANKSGIVING (Psalm 34 or 150)
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