Greater Than: God's Attributes in Psalms

The "Greater Than" series focuses on the book of Psalms. Each sermon describes an attribute of God that supercedes our weakness, our failures, our doubts and our fears. 

  • Confident Prayer: Praying the Names of God

    fWe can pray to God using His many names: God, mighty and majestic, God our Helper, God our Righteousness, God our Sanctifier, God our Peace and Indwelling Presence, God our Provider, God our Banner, God our Shepherd.
  • David: Greater Than Our Hurts

    King David experiences rejection, grief, abandonment, guilt, humiliation and disappointment during his lifetime. In his psalms, David examines the darkness in his life only to discover victory with God. These songs, written by real people living under extreme pressure, confirm that God is greater than our hurts.
  • Greater Than Our Doubts

    King David doubts God because his life is falling apart. He doesn't think God cares. Asaph doubts God because his world is falling apart. He doesn't think God is fair. But when life is slipping away, David and Asaph run to Almighty God to sort out their doubts and anger. We all have unique life-journeys, and God is always ready to meet us at the ...more
  • Greater Than My Life Scripts

    A life script is an ongoing program for our lives that we act out automatically. The script can be constructive, destructive, non-productive or a combination of all three. Family, culture and individual perceptions influence these scripts. When we receive Christ, Jesus can rewrite our life scripts so that negative scripts do not define our lives. 
  • Greater Than Any Distance

    God is greater than any distance we create. He is all-knowing, all-powerful and everywhere all the time. Even though our inclination is to wander, God focuses on proximity. Jesus came to close the distance and reconcile our wandering hearts.
  • Greater Than My Disappointments

    Disappointment is part of the cycle of life. Sometimes disappointment comes from our own faulty thinking, foolish choices or from vulnerable moments following great mountaintop experiences. Asaph pens words of pathos as he journeys through the valleys of life. These psalms remind us that God can handle our disappointments. He is the ultimate source ...more
  • Greater Than Our Failures

    King David's prayer of repentance and restoration models what we can do to overcome failure and sin in our lives. Honest confession, brokenness and an assurance of God's grace can bring us hope and freedom.