I Don’t Feel Like It

The foxes have lairs, the birds of the sky have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay His head

Luke 9:58
Luke 9:51-62

Sermon Topic


Offer to God “a sacrifice of thanksgiving,” the Psalmists have written. This phrase, “sacrifice of thanksgiving,” (or “praise of sacrifice,” as it is sometimes rendered) occurs many times in the Psalms. What does this mean to you as your hear it now? Does it have anything to say to you as you try to relate it to your experience of God? It obviously had great meaning for Jesus. The Book of Psalms was the prayerbook of Jesus. The Psalms were on His lips again and again and again. In the very last minutes of His life He quoted from this prayerbook.

The Book of Psalms was important to Jesus because the Psalmists were persons who understood the importance of experiencing the immediate, the now, the real presence of God. The Psalmists tell us in many ways that God is a gracious God who offers us the experience of His presence. For your own health and wholeness, for strength to go out into the world…

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