Sermon: Believers’ Response to God’s Revelation: How is your network coverage?
Bible Passage: Psalm 19:1-14
1. When fleeing from his son Absalom, Psalm 3, “How many are my foes, against me. . . but, you Lord are a shield around me, MY GLORY, the one who lifts my head high.”
2. While hiding from King Saul, Ps:31:21 “Praise be to the Lord, for he showed me the wonders of his love.”
3. When he was rebuked by prophet Nathan, in Ps. 51, “Open my lips, Lord, and my mouth will declare your praise” (v15).
4. Even towards the end of his life, he brags about God. One such, Ps 23, “The Lords is my Shepherd, even though. . .)
II. Inescapable Sight of Creation Projecting the Greatness of God (1-6)
III. Immeasurable Riches of God’s Word (7-11).
IV. David’ Response to God’s Revelations (12-14)
1. We can miss the obvious handiworks of God in nature, even in our lives if we are swayed away by the worries and busyness of this world.
2. Do not let our circumstances decide where or when not to worship. But let praises and adoration to our God be on our lips on a daily basis, let us brag about him all the day long.
3. Let our worship be drawn from the truth/scripture. For the deeper we go into the Word the higher we go in Worship. Not out of emptiness but our song should be the result of us being filled with God’s Word.
4. Let’s not waste time looking for life’s quest in the wrong places – It is all found in the Scripture. The revealed Word of God is sufficient.
5. Let our witness of God’s general revelation in creation and in his special revelation through the Scriptures cause us to search our soul, desire for holiness and obedience to His word.
VI. Luke 10:38-42 – Jesus at the home of Martha and Mary
Jesus to Martha, “You are worried and upset about many things, but few things are needed – or indeed only one. Mary has chosen what is better and will not be taken away from her.”
Protect yourself from distractions and choose to stay close to Jesus.