A Heart for God (Psalm 73:1-28)

Pastor Mark Winder, October 6, 2013
Part of the Spiritual Formation series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

Having come to a little break in the story of Jacob, we embark on a three-part series on spiritual formation. We will look at the life of a Christian – a heart for God, a devotion to Christ, and a love for his church. In Psalm 73 we see the story of Asaph – who takes us on a journey as he looks at the world around him. He comes to the preliminary conclusion that God is good to the wicked, and that it is the godly who suffer reproach. But that conclusion is radically altered when he enters into worship and sees things from a whole new perspective. What is that perspective? What is to be our perspective in our own Christian walk? Find out as we explore Psalm 73.

Tags: Devotion, eschatology, Providence, Psalms, Sovereignty, Trials

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