Tag Archives: Psalm 27:4

“Find Me At The Feet Of Jesus” (Luke 10:38-42 sermon)

In the 1700’s, Thomas Scott was a young man who felt a call to go into the ministry, but he didn’t know much about it. He became acquainted with John Newton, the author of the hymn “Amazing Grace,” who was … Continue reading

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Psalm 3:3 “Thou, O Lord” Part II: “My Glory”

     One of my favorite stories from the Civil War happened in a battle when a New York regiment was coming under heavy fire from the Confederate line.  The colonel of an adjoining regiment came over to tell the leader of … Continue reading

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Ask — and Seek!

Psalm 27:4 says “One thing I have asked of the Lord, that I shall seek …”.  Notice the two important phrases here:  “I have asked …” and “I shall seek”.  Each of these actions is important, and necessary in its own … Continue reading

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