Series Search Me

David offers us an identity manual in Psalm 139. We can read it from David’s perspective and glean so much. But when we personalize Psalm 139, how might it shift the way we see ourselves – and how close we invite God into our lives?

Dates August 12-16, 2019
# of Programs 5
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan and Bill Crowder
Text Psalm 139
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Part 1 - 08/12/19

“You Have Searched Me And You Know Me”

King David may have messed up royally, but he wasn’t afraid to have God search his heart. Today on Discover the Word, the team will begin a series on Psalm 139 called, “Search Me. For some, the words, “You have searched me and you know me” produce fear and foreboding. For others, they bring comfort. So why the disparity? Join us today on Discover the Word!

Part 2 - 08/13/19

God Loves Us, Despite Knowing Everything About Us

Are there friends from your past who you’d rather not get in touch with because they knew you in a not-so-good stage of life? Today on Discover the Word,  we talk about how God knows everything about us, our full story, yet loves us anyway. Join us for another encouraging discussion on Psalm 139, today on Discover the Word!

Part 3 - 08/14/19

Inviting God To Continue To Search Your Heart

Psalm 139 isn’t just an account of how David’s heart had been searched by God. It also invites God to continue searching! Today on Discover the Word, we notice that the deeper God searched, the more David developed a sense of awe and wonder that he was “fearfully and wonderfully made.” And so are we! Listen to Discover the Word, today!

Part 4 - 08/15/19

Discover How God Can Turn Our Mistakes Around

Does God ever make mistakes? It may seem like it when troubles hit because we don’t always see the big picture. Well, today on Discover the Word, we discuss how God can turn around our mistakes for His redemptive purposes. Hear an uplifting conversation on trusting God, today on Discover the Word!

Part 5 - 08/16/19

Did God Share In David’s Sentiment?

How could the psalm writer David go from praising his Creator to asking God to kill those who hated Him, in the same psalm? Today on Discover the Word, the team will discuss what flipped David’s switch. Was this a sentiment that God shared, or is there another reason why it might be included in Psalm 139? Explore a confusing passage that we often ignore, today on Discover the Word!

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