Sermons tagged with ‘Praise’

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Praise: Sunrise to Sunset – Psalm 113:3

Praise – Sunrise to Sunset 4 November 2018 – Psalm 113:3 – Praise – Scott Childs Introduction: Sunrise and sunset are two of the most beautiful times of the day. I have never been anywhere that has more beautiful sunsets than in Perth. They are amazing! Sunrise and sunset takes place every single day in […]

Attributes of God (5) – Psalm 145:10-13

Attributes of God (5) 25 February 2018 PM – Psalm 145:10-13 – Psa145 – Scott Childs Introduction: We will remember that God’s attributes are His eternal innate character qualities that never change. His attributes have always described and depicted His character and always will. Transition: This evening we are going to note the LORD’s attributes […]

Attributes of God (4)

Attributes of God (4) 11 February 2018 PM – Psalm 145:8-9 – Psa145 – Scott Childs Introduction: The attributes of God are His character qualities that are part of His very nature. They never change. Transition: In our text this evening, we are going to focus on two more attributes of God: God is gracious […]

Attributes of God (3) – Psalm 145:5-7

Attributes of God (3) 4 February 2018 PM – Psalm 145:5-7 – Psa145 – Scott Childs Introduction: Psalm 145 is a psalm of praise to the Lord. In it, David praises various attributes or qualities of God. So far in the Psalm, we have learned that the LORD is Admirable, Praiseworthy, Great and Mighty. Transition: […]

Attributes of God (2) – Psalm 145:3-4

Attributes of God (2) 28 January 2018 PM – Psalm 145:3-4 – Psa145 – Scott Childs Introduction: Psalm 145 describes some of the attributes or character qualities of our awesome God. So far we have learned that God is Admirable and Praiseworthy. He deserves to be lifted up and to be praised every single day. […]

Attributes of God (1) – Psalm 145:1-2

Attributes of God 1 21 January 2018 PM – Psalm 145:1-2 – Psa145 – Scott Childs Introduction: “The Bible, God’s Word, tells us what God is like and what He is not like. Without the authority of the Bible, any attempt to explain God’s attributes would be no better than an opinion, which by itself […]