Psalms

The genre of Psalms is Songs and Poetry of all kinds. It is written by multiple authors; David wrote 73, Asaph wrote 12, the sons of Korah wrote 9, Solomon wrote 3, Ethan, and Moses each wrote one (Ps. 90), and 51 of the Psalms are anonymous. They were written over the span of approximately 900 years (Beginning at the time of Moses 1440 B.C. and through the captivity in 586 B.C.).

The Psalms include praises of joy, laments, blessings, and thanksgivings. They are directed at God and they help us to express and communicate ourselves to Him. We read about the Psalmist’s emotions from one extreme to another, from praising, delighting in and worshiping God with fervor, to repentance and crying out to Him in despair. Mainly, the Psalms were written to help us deliver praise to God who is worthy of such. As psalms 150:6 reads, €Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.€

Rich Jones - Associate Pastor
Speaker Rich Jones — Associate Pastor

Weekend Messages

Psalm 133 When Unity Is a Reality 03/20/2022 View
Psalm 1 A Cross Road 02/05/2023 View
Psalm 23 Part 1 Who Is Your Guide? 02/12/2023 View
Psalm 23 Part 2 When You Know the Shepherd 02/19/2023 View
Psalm 27 Absolute Dependence on God 02/26/2023 View
Psalm 34 O, Magnify the Lord 03/05/2023 View
Psalm 46 When Trouble Comes 03/12/2023 View
Psalm 51 What God Can Do for the Guilty 03/19/2023 View
Psalm 62 As You Wait for God Alone 03/26/2023 View
Psalm 77 A Good Time to Pray 04/16/2023 View
Psalm 84 The Goodness of God's Presence 04/23/2023 View
Psalm 90 Wise Ways for Numbered Days 04/30/2023 View
Psalm 91 Secure in God's Shelter 05/07/2023 View
Psalm 105 He’s Still the God of Wonders 05/21/2023 View
Psalm 119:9-16 Keeping Your Way According to God’s Word 05/28/2023 View
Psalm 127 Sure Steps for a Smart Home 06/04/2023 View
Psalm 139 What to Know When Gods Leads Your Way 06/11/2023 View
Psalm 145:4 How Godly Fathers Can Affect What Comes Next 06/18/2023 View