Tag Archives: Psalm 139

“In The Beginning, God” (Genesis 1:1 sermon)

Some books have such famous opening lines that many people can name them just from hearing the first words of the book. See if you can name some of these books from their first lines: — “It was the best … Continue reading

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Trusting The Potter’s Hands (Genesis 2:7-8 sermon)

Sometimes you will hear a person described as a “self-made man”. I know what they are talking about when they describe someone that way: they mean that they didn’t begin life with a fortune; that they worked their way “up … Continue reading

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The God Who Sees

Psalm 33:13 says: “He sees ALL the sons of men.”   That is a pretty inclusive statement!  There is no one who flies “under His radar”.  God sees us all.  This is true for better and for worse:

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“Our Omniscient God” (Psalm 139)

“God is watching and you can’t fool Him” — these were the words of Mrs. Pope Adams, former Westlake teacher, according to a retired school teacher who was reminiscing on Facebook last week about her school experiences.  She wrote that Mrs. Adams had a … Continue reading

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