SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON PSALMS

Our sermon ideas on Psalms will help you preach a powerful message on prayer, praise, and lament. Preach on topics including the inevitability of trials and storms, crying out to God, the provision, protection, and goodness of God, and hope for the future. Prepare your messages on God's Word in Psalms with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


PSALMS SERMON OUTLINES

by James Merritt

Think about that question for just a moment. What does God want from me? You might be interested to find out the one thing that he doesn't want. Usually, when someone comes to us telling us they want something from us, we ask ourselves the question, "How much is it going to cost?" Well let me begin by telling you that God does not want, nor does...

by Frank Damazio

Introduction: The psalm we turn to today is Psalms 46, a psalm of the sons of Korah. This psalm encourages us to hope and trust in God and His power as providence and His gracious presence are on us and around us in the most difficult times. This psalm directs us to give Him the glory for what He has done for us and what He will do. We are taught...

by Ernest Easley

How many of you are currently waiting for God to step into your circumstances and improve them?You're waiting for God to step into your crisis to turn it into a celebration. Perhaps you're waiting for God to open up a door for employment. You may be waiting for God...

by Stan Coffey

INTRODUCTION: No doubt Psalms is the best loved book in the Old Testament. Someone has called it the "Solid Gold of Christian Experience." Open the Psalms at random and you will find a treasure. Every Psalm is a direct expression of the soul's consciousness of God. The Hebrew title of this book is "Praise" or "Book of Praises", which indicates that the main...

by Claude Thomas

Introduction: In the March 4, 1933 inaugural address of Franklin D. Roosevelt, he spoke this famous sentence: "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Thoreau said in his journal on September 7, 1851, "Nothing is so much to be feared as fear." Francis Bacon (1561-1626) said, "Nothing is terrible except fear itself." These quotes substantiate the...

by Rex Yancey

The Lord is my shepherd I shall not want. The LORD is my shepherd. That is his divinity. The Lord is my SHEPHERD. That is his humanity. He is both sovereign and sympathetic at the same time. He is in heaven, yet he can be touched with the feelings of our infirmities. He has experienced troubles, trials and temptations and he can sustain us when we have...

by Roger Thomas

Every pastor has been asked a lot of questions since those dreadful events of 9-11, 2001. The same questions have sprung to life in the wake of last week's devastating hurricane and the flooding of New Orleans. Why is the big question. Where was God in the midst of such devastation? What is God's response to all…

by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

When you come face-to-face with problems that arise to block your progress, have you thought of turning to read about a man who had similar problems? David walked through the storms of life, and God gave to the world, through him, the hymnbook of the Bible. We know it as the Book of Psalms. I'd like to focus now on Psalm 62, a great hymn and...

by Stuart Briscoe

The Declaration of Independence guarantees men and women freedom to pursue happiness. Most people will tell you that their basic aim in life is to achieve happiness. But even a casual survey of our society will show that happiness eludes many. Why should this be? This Psalm holds some answers. The Philosophy of a Happy Man. He rejects a godless...

by Larry Wynn

How many of us can say we have everything we want? One of the marks of American culture is a distinct lack of satisfaction with what we have. This dis-satisfaction affects every area of our lives. It also affects almost everyone of us. How many of us have everything we need? The problem of many is they do not need all they want and do not want all they...