Summer Sermon Series (2022)
One of the most beautiful things about the Psalms is their ability to move our hearts. That makes sense since they were essentially the hymnbook of the Old Testament people of God from David’s time onward.
Of course, there are "older" psalms, like Psalm 90, written by Moses around 1400 BC. There are “newer” psalms, like Psalms 88-89, written during the Babylonian Exile around 400 BC.
Yet, no matter when they were written, the Psalms move us. They touch our hearts, our emotions. They are meant to shape us as we study (or sing!) them. They teach us how to live in the real world, expressing sadness, anger, thanksgiving, praise, and so much more.