Series A Psalm of a Sovereign King

The third of a trilogy of messianic psalms, Psalm 24 moves to Christ the king. He is seen as both Creator and as Sovereign, as well as being described as the object of our worship. Beautifully set as an antiphonal hymn, the power of the words were apparently intended to be sung back and forth between two choirs.

Dates November 2-6, 2015
# of Programs 5
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, Bill Crowder
Text Psalm 24
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Part 1 - 11/02/15

Psalm 24: Written about a King

Psalm 24 is a song written by a king . . . David the king of Israel . . . about a king . . . Jesus, the King of Kings. And you’re invited to join us today on Discover the Word as we discuss this glorious psalm. In a constitutional republic, it’s hard to relate to the idea of a ruling monarch. But one day the King of Glory will descend to earth where He will reign over all mankind.

Part 2 - 11/03/15

Creator King

New Agers often refer to “the universe” as though it was a separate entity, an impersonal force that guides their lives toward some vague, mystical purpose. Today on Discover the Word, we will discuss God as the Creator King. As both Psalm 24 and John chapter one reveal, “the heavens and the earth” were created by God. So apart from its Creator, the universe has no power to determine anything.

Part 3 - 11/04/15

How do we see the coming King?

In verse four of Psalm 24 we’re told that only those with “clean hands” and a pure heart “qualify” to ascend to God’s holy hill. But who can possibly meet that standard? The answer is . . . no one. Today on Discover the Word, we will talk about how David could not completely see the coming King as we see Him now. It’s because of Christ’s sacrifice that our hearts have been washed cleaned!

Part 4 - 11/05/15

What is worship?

Today on Discover the Word, we will discuss how worship isn’t just songs we sing on a Sunday morning. It’s a lifestyle that flows out of intimate relationship with God. We proclaim God’s worthiness through everyday interactions, for example, the way we treat others. Included in our daily worship is taking time to seek His face, meditating on the great love He poured out over us through the cross.

Part 5 - 11/06/15

King of Glory!

Today on Discover the Word, we will talk about what many popular and passionate modern worship songs communicate so beautifully, God is glorious! Even more, He’s the King of Glory. But who is the King of Glory? Quite simply, He’s Jesus! He’s the Lord Almighty, the Victorious and Conquering King. And one day our King will return to rule and reign in Jerusalem. And the whole earth will be filled with the knowledge of His glory.

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