MOST RECENT MESSAGE

Grant Myles-Era - September 4, 2022

When It Is Darkest

Summer in the Psalms

There is a familiar pattern throughout most of the Psalms. Even within those texts which express the deepest of human suffering there is usually some turn towards hopefulness and trust. This week’s Psalm contains no such turn. What are we to make of a Psalm like this? How might we pray these words? What do they tell us about God, ourselves and how we might live a life of faith when it is darkest? 

Scripture References: Psalms 88:1-18

From Series: "Summer in the Psalms"

More Messages

Powered by Series Engine

Due to technical difficulties, last week's message is unavailable. 🙁

We are on the case and hope to be able to make it available soon.


PAST MESSAGES

Use the menu below to sort previous messages by title or speaker.

Grant Myles-Era - September 4, 2022

When It Is Darkest

Summer in the Psalms

There is a familiar pattern throughout most of the Psalms. Even within those texts which express the deepest of human suffering there is usually some turn towards hopefulness and trust. This week’s Psalm contains no such turn. What are we to make of a Psalm like this? How might we pray these words? What do they tell us about God, ourselves and how we might live a life of faith when it is darkest? 

Scripture References: Psalms 88:1-18

From Series: "Summer in the Psalms"

More Messages

Powered by Series Engine