Sermons in this series
“I will pour forth the fame of your abundant goodness and shall sing aloud of your righteousness.” So says the psalmist as he contemplates the essential goodness of God. Does God’s goodness move you to worship? Join us this week as we jump into a four-part series on God’s Goodness from Psalm 145!
Jesus said, “at least believe on the evidence of the works themselves.” – John 14:11. Last Sunday, Pastor Joey introduced Psalm 145 and the theme of God’s goodness, focusing on goodness as essential to who God is. This week, I’ll take us a little further in Psalm 145 as we focus on the works of God’s goodness.
We continue exploring God’s goodness through Psalm 145. As King David invites us to reflect on God’s goodness, he calls us to respond by reflecting God’s goodness. If God is good and all He does is good, how do we reflect his goodness in what we say, do, and are?
We conclude our series on Goodness by looking at Psalm 145:13-21. God’s goodness is evident in who he is and what he does, and yet the world we live in doesn’t always reflect his good rule. How do we understand the struggle and pain of this world in light of God’s goodness?