8 Sermons: Summer Psalms

Delighting in the Law of God

Summer Psalms

(Sunday Evening Message)

Psalms 1

by John Piper

Don't Eat the Bread of Anxious Toil

Summer Psalms

(Sunday Evening Message)

Psalms 127

by John Piper

How Not to Be a Mule

Summer Psalms

(Sunday Evening Message)

Psalms 32

by John Piper

Don't be like the mule but run headlong to God in prayer while he may be found. For the contrite heart which prays will be forgiven and protected and taught the way to God and will be glad in the Lord forever.

In the Pits with a King

Summer Psalms

(Sunday Evening Message)

Psalms 40:1-3

by John Piper

We're made of the same stuff as the saints of old, and they help guide us so that we persevere to the end.

How to Argue with God

Summer Psalms

(Sunday Evening Message)

Psalms 143

by John Piper

Don't let your sinfulness hinder your prayers. Run into the arms of God and fill his ear with arguments that aim for His honor.

Restful Words for Labor Day

Summer Psalms

(Sunday Evening Message)

Psalms 23

by John Piper

It seems that with this passage of Scripture, more than any other, to recite it is also to experience its reality. The psalm itself is green pasture, the psalm itself is still water, the psalm itself restores my soul.

The Shepherd, the Host, and the Highway Patrol

Summer Psalms

(Sunday Evening Message)

Psalms 23

by John Piper

I feel myself drawn with David not so much to love the green pastures but the good shepherd, not so much to love the lavish banquet but the bountiful host, and not so much to love the trip to Miami or the bungalow but to love the highway patrolman.

Sky Talk

Summer Psalms

(Sunday Evening Message)

Psalms 19

by John Piper

What are some practical steps that we can take to stay alive to the beauty of God's world?