Life with God Psalm 15 February 1, 2015 History remembers Douglas “Wrong Way” Corrigan as a dashing Irishman who tickled America’s funny bone in the late 1930s, during the dark days of the Depression. He became a national folk hero, creating a household phrase still bestowed on those who do things the “wrong way.” Corrigan […]Read More Sermon: Life with God
Tomorrow morning at GBC we will begin a new sermon series that I’ve entitled, “Songs for the Heart” — a brief (2-month) series on a variety of Psalms. When individuals are discouraged, weary, perplexed, or sad and grieving, they often turn to the Psalms to have their hope, encouragement, and confidence in God restored. And […]Read More New sermon series
“O Lord, who may abide in Thy tent? Who may dwell on Thy holy hill?” (Psalm 15:1; NASB) It was a simple question. We do not know the circumstances under which it was asked, but we do know the heart from which it came. David, the man whose life was patterned after the heart of […]Read More Ready to worship?