by: Gerrit Dawson, Senior Pastor
Lift up your heads, O gates!
And be lifted up, O ancient doors,
that the King of glory may come in.
Who is this King of glory?
The LORD, strong and mighty,
the LORD, mighty in battle!
A powerful reminder of who Jesus is. God's Son who was present at the very Creation.
After the gut-wrenching abandonment of the first half of Psalm 22, we have a dramatic change of mood beginning with verse 22. Praise and proclamation. Victory and blessing.
Welcome to week three of Restoring Your Soul Through Psalms: An Introduction to Psalm 34. David invites us to taste and see that the LORD is good and experience him fully.
Dr. Malcolm Guite of Cambridge University will take us into the purpose of the psalms and delve specifically into Psalms 20-24. Malcolm Guite is a minister in the Church of England, a renowned poet, a rock musician, and was for many years chaplain at Girton College, Cambridge. His specialty is the intersection between faith and the arts. Malcolm is the author of four volumes of his own poetry, several books on theology and literature, the editor of both Advent and Lenten collections of great English poems, and many essays for the Church Times. He has two cuddly greyhounds. And he loves C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and George Herbert so it should be no surprise Gerrit is a huge fan!
Welcome to week two of Restoring Your Soul Through Psalms. Join us as we study and meditate on Psalm 20: a Royal Psalm.
Welcome to the first day of 100 days of Psalms.
Restoring Your Soul Through Psalms Begins This Sunday! Join Gerrit on livestream Sunday, August 9 at 5 pm for "How to Pray the Psalms." Connect through seminars, readings, sermons and shepherding groups.