Preaching Program Term 4 2019 and January 2020

“Psalms:  The way of the righteous in the muck of life”
Psalms are poetic expressions of our relationship with God. Jesus prayed (and sang) the Psalms and the Apostles saw the Psalms as fertile ground for their teaching about Jesus the Messiah. The Psalms inform our prayers and our response to God as we navigate the difficult, joyful, easy and challenging times of life. For generations the Psalms have helped God’s people to speak to God in prayer with honesty and they have brought comfort in the “muck of life” to use a phrase from Dale Ralph Davis’ excellent commentary on Psalms 1- 12. In this series we look at a selection of Psalms that encompasses a wide range of the themes and situations covered by the book. 

20/10 Blessed is the one who…  Janine Steele
Psalm 1

27/10 Why do the nations plot against the Lord?   Greg Burke
Psalm 2

3/11 Do not rebuke me in your anger  Greg Burke
Psalm 6

10/11 God is our refuge and strength  Stephanie Colacino
Psalm 46

17/11 Endow the king with justice  Janine Steele
Psalm 72

24/11 I have not forgotten your commands Greg Burke
Psalm 119

1/12 I lift my eyes to the mountains  Greg Burke
Psalm 121

8/12 Hallelujah!  Janine Steele
Psalm 150

15/12 Shout for joy to the Lord  Stephanie Colacino (8am & 6pm)
Psalm 100
10am Quix Worx

Christmas Services 22/12, 24/12, 25/12

29/12 Life is Fleeting Greg Burke
Psalm 103

5/1 You have searched me Lord  Janine Steele
Psalm 139

12/1 The voice of the Lord Stephanie Colacino
Psalm 29

19/1 Have mercy on me, O God  Janine Steele
Psalm 51

26/1 The Earth is the Lord’s   Bruce Pollard
Psalm 24