Sermon Notes on Psalm 130:7-8

Yesterday, July 17, I had the privilege of team-teaching a sermon with Pastor Brenton on Psalm 130. The message was a follow-up to Park’s 7AM lakeshore baptism service, and it was interspersed with personal stories from our attendees who had just been baptized.

I taught from the last two verses of the Psalm, 7 and 8. The big idea was, “Place all your trust in Jesus.” Here are¬†my notes (they read like this: left column top-to-bottom, then right column top-to-bottom). This message was part of Park’s “Honest to God” series, working through the Psalms this summer.

Psalm 130.7-8 Sermon Notes

 

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Author: Joel Settecase

Joel Settecase has served in pastoral and teaching roles at Grace Pointe Church in Plainfield, IL, as well as Chicago Hope Academy and Park Community Church in Chicago. He is the author of the New Covenant Catechism for Little Ones and the Settecase Student Ministry Learning Standards, and he has been blogging on ministry and apologetics since 2013. Joel is the proud husband of Aliza and father of three children.

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