This week we wrap up "The Feels" series on Psalms. Psalm 139 is about a God who knows us and who is at once big enough to hold the world together and intimate enough to meet us where we are.
Guest speaker, Jay Carlson, speaks about feeling alone; referencing Psalms 142 and 57.
Pastor Noah continues "The Feels" series with the topic of love rooted in action... The way God loves.
The Psalmist asks God to let the evil make their own bed and lay in it. But he wants more, for satan to come alongside his enemy, for his enemies children to be forgotten and left without help or kindness. Has the Psalmist gone too far?
This God is a good God, a big God! From creation to re-creation he has been faithful. The proper response, the only real response is joy. God has got this, he has a future, its a good one, everyone is invited.
Amanda Whiting shares a wonderful Mother's Day message for people in all places in life.
The most vulnerable in our world cry out to God for justice, because they have no one else to cry out to. God is the only force powerful enough to take on their anxiety. They hope not just to be saved, but to be vindicated or avenged. This week we ask what might that vengeance look like and what role is ours to own, ours to pray for: how do we "shine forth?"
Awe/Humility/Righteousness: God continues to speak to us, sometimes through words, often without. The appropriate response is awe, and eventually a desire to be found Holy... But Holiness is so out of style these days.