A Road Map for Life, Series 5

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How to Continue Using the Psalms

Luke 24:43-45
God uses the Psalms to meet the deep needs of our lives. When you come to the New Testament the Psalms continue to be instrumental to the followers of Jesus Christ. In this concluding study we discover three ways Christians can continue to use the Psalms every day.
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Holy Hallelujahs

Psalm 150
Psalm 150. In the final psalm we reach the crescendo of praise. David has led the chorus and now we all must join in the song! "Praise ye the LORD."
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The Power of a Hallelujah

Psalm 149
Psalm 149. Praise is powerful because of the glory it brings to God, the joy and victory it brings into our lives, and the testimony it brings to others. Begin to praise God and you will see God at work.
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Hallelujahs In the Home

Psalm 148
Psalm 148. Most homes are more like war zones than havens of peace. God intended that they would be a little piece of heaven on earth, but that only happens when His praise fills our family. Hallelujahs must begin at home.
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The Hallelujah Witness

Psalm 147
Psalm 147. It is the job of God's people to represent Him well in this world - to make others know how good our God is! There is nothing more attractive than a grateful Christian and no witness more powerful than sincere praise.
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Where Hallelujah Begins

Psalm 146
Psalm 146. The final psalms are God's "Hallelujah Chorus," and this psalm shows us where the hallelujah's begin. Our praise begins with His person! He never changes.
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Listen to An Old Man

Psalm 145
Psalm 145. David is an aged king, reflecting on a very full life. As we listen to an old man rehearse the goodness of God it will help us to see God at work in our own lives. Pay special attention to the three dimensions of his praise.
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What Does Normal Look Like?

Psalm 144
Psalm 144. What does normal look like? Normal to God is strange to the world and normal to the world is strange to God! This study will help us to identify what God expects from His children and what we must teach our children.
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Finding Direction

Psalm 143
Psalm 143. Every day we need divine direction. There are decisions to make and situations to navigate that only God's wisdom will suffice. Take this psalm and make it your own prayer today.
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God’s Complaint Department

Psalm 142
Psalm 142. Did you know that God has a complaint department? They are not to be aired on social media or rehashed in endless conversations with others - they are to be brought directly to Him. Here's how.
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Staying Right In A World Gone Wrong

Psalm 141
Psalm 141. Our world is wandering further and further from God. At times the insanity of sin around us is almost unbearable. Here are five thins you can do to stay right in a world that has gone wrong.
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A Fight Song

Psalm 140
Psalm 140. Every warrior knows that a good fight song gives fresh courage for the battle! This psalm is a fight song for the Lord's soldiers, a reminder that our safety and victory comes from the Lord alone.
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He Knows Everything!

Psalm 139
Psalm 139. God's perfect knowledge of every circumstance and tender knowledge of our needs should bring great encouragement. There may be much that you do not understand, but rest in this - God knows.
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How to Have A Personal, Great Awakening

Psalm 138
Psalm 138. Revivals are not national or congregational in their inception - they are always personal. Spiritual awakenings have to begin somewhere! WIll you allow it to begin in you?
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When You Just Want To Cry

Psalm 137
Psalm 137. God's people have broken hearts. Sometimes we weep. Thank God we do not cry alone and the tears do not last forever! Perhaps your memories are working against you today. Just remember that God remembers you.
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For His Mercy Endureth For Ever

Psalm 136
Psalm 136. The story of this psalm, the story of Israel, the story of the Bible, the story of our lives can be summed up one way: "For his mercy endureth forever." It is all God's mercy.
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The Connection Between Praise and Blessing

Psalm 135
Psalm 135. There is a divine connection between a life of praise and a life of blessing. This psalm is filled with reasons to praise the Lord.
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Our Blessing and His

Psalm 134
Psalm 134. We bless the Lord and the Lord blesses us. In this study we discover the way to bless God and the way to receive His blessing on our lives.
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A Word for the Brethren

Psalm 133
Psalm 133. The Father wants unity in His family. There is nothing more beautiful than a people who have become one in the Lord. Here is a picture of what that looks like.
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God Always Keeps His Word!

Psalm 132
Psalm 132. In a world of broken promises it is a great comfort to know that God always keeps His Word. Listen to His Word to David and Israel and you will find a God that you can trust.
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Moving From Childhood to Manhood

Psalm 131
Psalm 131. The goal of life is not simply to get older - it is to mature in Christ. God wants His children to grow up. An aging David shows us three characteristics of true spiritual growth.
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The Ups and Downs of Life

Psalm 130
Psalm 130. Are you on the roller coaster of life? When we are "down" it is easy to forget that God is still the same as when we were "up." God gives us four things you can do when you are low.
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Dealing with Conflict

Psalm 129
Psalm 129. Life is a battle and conflict is inevitable. Even a warrior like David could grow weary with the incessant attacks of the enemy, but there is real victory found in the Lord.
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The Blessing of Fear

Psalm 128
Psalm 128. Did you know that there are special blessings connected to the fear of God? This psalm speaks powerfully to our lives, our families, and our nation.
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Only God

Psalm 127
Psalm 127. Without God we can do nothing and with Him all things are possible! The greatest needs in our hearts and homes are only met through Him. Only God.
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Again

Psalm 126
Psalm 126. The God who has delivered and conquered can do it again! Again and again He proves His power to His people. In this study we find the what, why, and when of His mighty work.
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They That Trust In the Lord

Psalm 125
Psalm 125. There are only two types of people - those who trust in the Lord and those who do not! In this beautiful psalm God shows us the definite benefits promised to those who live the life of faith.
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Could, Should, Would

Psalm 124
Psalm 124. In eight simple verses the Lord calls our attention to what COULD have happened without His mercy, what SHOULD be our response, and one thing He WOULD have us remember.
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When the World Is Closing In On You

Psalm 123
Psalm 123. There are moments in life when it seems the world is closing in on you. You may be surrounded by criticism and scorn, but you always have somewhere to turn.
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The Greatest City In the World

Psalm 122
Psalm 122. What is the greatest city in the world? Is it the seat of government or the financial powerhouse? The greatest city in the world is identified by God, both historically and prophetically. And it has a personal application to each of us wherever we may live.
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The Extremes of Life

Psalm 121
Psalm 121. This world, and our experiences, are full of extremes. The Lord is our helper, keeper, and preserver at every extreme. Rejoice in this psalm that God takes care of His children!
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We’re Going Up!

Psalm 120
Psalm 120. This psalm begins a section of 15 "Songs of Degrees." They were sung as the people ascended up to the Temple to worship. Entering into God's presence always takes you to higher ground! Learn how you can live this ascending life right where you are.
2007-02-Road-Map-for-Life-Deuteronomy-Psalms-SLIDE

176 Verses About the Scripture

Psalm 119
Psalm 119. Yes, we are looking at Psalm 119 in one episode! All 22 sections of the longest psalm bring us to one truth - we need Scripture. Don't just listen to today's study; rededicate yourself to daily time in God's Word.
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The Heart of the Bible

Psalm 118
Psalm 118. In this study we discover the exact middle of our Bible! The heart of the Bible reveals the heart message of all of Scripture: the Lord Jesus Christ.
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A Short Sermon with a Long Reach

Psalm 117
Psalm 117. The shortest of the psalms reaches to all people and to all time. Study these two verses and you will come away praising our merciful, kind God!
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God Has and I Will

Psalm 116
Psalm 116. Think of all that God has done! Grateful people should be obedient people. If you say you love the Lord then live every day to give Him glory.
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False Gods vs. the True God

Psalm 115
Psalm 115. Our world is filled with idols - things made by men to try to take the place of God. But there is only one true and living God! Today we are reminded to fear Him and trust Him alone.
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The Second Exodus

Psalm 114
Psalm 114. The same God who delivered Israel from Egyptian bondage delivered them from Babylonian captivity, and the same God who saved you from sin can deliver you from evil. Do you need a second exodus?
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Where the Praise Begins

Psalm 113
Psalm 113. As we begin a series of psalms that were designed specifically for praise we learn foundational truths for the life that brings praise to God. This is where praise begins!
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Blessed

Psalm 112
Psalm 112. This beautiful psalm shows us what the blessed life looks like and how to live it. In times of conflict and confusion God's people can still be blessed.
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God’s Work in this World

Psalm 111
Psalm 111. How often do you pause to consider God's works in our world? He IS at work! Join us as we fInd out how, and how we should respond.
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Our King and Priest

Psalm 110
Psalm 110. Only One has ever served as both King and Priest. His name is the Lord Jesus Christ. In today's study we will see Him and His work in our lives. Praise God for Jesus!
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A Word to those Being Persecuted

Psalm 109
Psalm 109. True followers of Christ have always faced persecution and it seems to be increasing in our world. In today's study you will hear both the voice of the persecutors and the Word of God, and discover what you are to say in response.
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Singing through the Battle

Psalm 108
Psalm 108. The Lord's soldiers can sing their way through the conflict. His joy is our strength. At the end of this little psalm are 3 prepositions that reveal what we have to sing about.
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What Can We Say?

Psalm 107
Psalm 107. It is time for God's people to speak up! In a world of noise there must be a voice of certainty. This testimony psalm will give you several things that you can, and should, say today!

How to Continue Using the Psalms

Luke 24:43-45
God uses the Psalms to meet the deep needs of our lives. When you come to the New Testament the Psalms continue to be instrumental to the followers of Jesus Christ. In this concluding study we discover three ways Christians can continue to use the Psalms every day.

Holy Hallelujahs

Psalm 150
Psalm 150. In the final psalm we reach the crescendo of praise. David has led the chorus and now we all must join in the song! "Praise ye the LORD."

The Power of a Hallelujah

Psalm 149
Psalm 149. Praise is powerful because of the glory it brings to God, the joy and victory it brings into our lives, and the testimony it brings to others. Begin to praise God and you will see God at work.

Hallelujahs In the Home

Psalm 148
Psalm 148. Most homes are more like war zones than havens of peace. God intended that they would be a little piece of heaven on earth, but that only happens when His praise fills our family. Hallelujahs must begin at home.

The Hallelujah Witness

Psalm 147
Psalm 147. It is the job of God's people to represent Him well in this world - to make others know how good our God is! There is nothing more attractive than a grateful Christian and no witness more powerful than sincere praise.

Where Hallelujah Begins

Psalm 146
Psalm 146. The final psalms are God's "Hallelujah Chorus," and this psalm shows us where the hallelujah's begin. Our praise begins with His person! He never changes.

Listen to An Old Man

Psalm 145
Psalm 145. David is an aged king, reflecting on a very full life. As we listen to an old man rehearse the goodness of God it will help us to see God at work in our own lives. Pay special attention to the three dimensions of his praise.

What Does Normal Look Like?

Psalm 144
Psalm 144. What does normal look like? Normal to God is strange to the world and normal to the world is strange to God! This study will help us to identify what God expects from His children and what we must teach our children.

Finding Direction

Psalm 143
Psalm 143. Every day we need divine direction. There are decisions to make and situations to navigate that only God's wisdom will suffice. Take this psalm and make it your own prayer today.

God’s Complaint Department

Psalm 142
Psalm 142. Did you know that God has a complaint department? They are not to be aired on social media or rehashed in endless conversations with others - they are to be brought directly to Him. Here's how.

Staying Right In A World Gone Wrong

Psalm 141
Psalm 141. Our world is wandering further and further from God. At times the insanity of sin around us is almost unbearable. Here are five thins you can do to stay right in a world that has gone wrong.

A Fight Song

Psalm 140
Psalm 140. Every warrior knows that a good fight song gives fresh courage for the battle! This psalm is a fight song for the Lord's soldiers, a reminder that our safety and victory comes from the Lord alone.

He Knows Everything!

Psalm 139
Psalm 139. God's perfect knowledge of every circumstance and tender knowledge of our needs should bring great encouragement. There may be much that you do not understand, but rest in this - God knows.

How to Have A Personal, Great Awakening

Psalm 138
Psalm 138. Revivals are not national or congregational in their inception - they are always personal. Spiritual awakenings have to begin somewhere! WIll you allow it to begin in you?

When You Just Want To Cry

Psalm 137
Psalm 137. God's people have broken hearts. Sometimes we weep. Thank God we do not cry alone and the tears do not last forever! Perhaps your memories are working against you today. Just remember that God remembers you.

For His Mercy Endureth For Ever

Psalm 136
Psalm 136. The story of this psalm, the story of Israel, the story of the Bible, the story of our lives can be summed up one way: "For his mercy endureth forever." It is all God's mercy.

The Connection Between Praise and Blessing

Psalm 135
Psalm 135. There is a divine connection between a life of praise and a life of blessing. This psalm is filled with reasons to praise the Lord.

Our Blessing and His

Psalm 134
Psalm 134. We bless the Lord and the Lord blesses us. In this study we discover the way to bless God and the way to receive His blessing on our lives.

A Word for the Brethren

Psalm 133
Psalm 133. The Father wants unity in His family. There is nothing more beautiful than a people who have become one in the Lord. Here is a picture of what that looks like.

God Always Keeps His Word!

Psalm 132
Psalm 132. In a world of broken promises it is a great comfort to know that God always keeps His Word. Listen to His Word to David and Israel and you will find a God that you can trust.

Moving From Childhood to Manhood

Psalm 131
Psalm 131. The goal of life is not simply to get older - it is to mature in Christ. God wants His children to grow up. An aging David shows us three characteristics of true spiritual growth.

The Ups and Downs of Life

Psalm 130
Psalm 130. Are you on the roller coaster of life? When we are "down" it is easy to forget that God is still the same as when we were "up." God gives us four things you can do when you are low.

Dealing with Conflict

Psalm 129
Psalm 129. Life is a battle and conflict is inevitable. Even a warrior like David could grow weary with the incessant attacks of the enemy, but there is real victory found in the Lord.

The Blessing of Fear

Psalm 128
Psalm 128. Did you know that there are special blessings connected to the fear of God? This psalm speaks powerfully to our lives, our families, and our nation.

Only God

Psalm 127
Psalm 127. Without God we can do nothing and with Him all things are possible! The greatest needs in our hearts and homes are only met through Him. Only God.

Again

Psalm 126
Psalm 126. The God who has delivered and conquered can do it again! Again and again He proves His power to His people. In this study we find the what, why, and when of His mighty work.

They That Trust In the Lord

Psalm 125
Psalm 125. There are only two types of people - those who trust in the Lord and those who do not! In this beautiful psalm God shows us the definite benefits promised to those who live the life of faith.

Could, Should, Would

Psalm 124
Psalm 124. In eight simple verses the Lord calls our attention to what COULD have happened without His mercy, what SHOULD be our response, and one thing He WOULD have us remember.

When the World Is Closing In On You

Psalm 123
Psalm 123. There are moments in life when it seems the world is closing in on you. You may be surrounded by criticism and scorn, but you always have somewhere to turn.

The Greatest City In the World

Psalm 122
Psalm 122. What is the greatest city in the world? Is it the seat of government or the financial powerhouse? The greatest city in the world is identified by God, both historically and prophetically. And it has a personal application to each of us wherever we may live.

The Extremes of Life

Psalm 121
Psalm 121. This world, and our experiences, are full of extremes. The Lord is our helper, keeper, and preserver at every extreme. Rejoice in this psalm that God takes care of His children!

We’re Going Up!

Psalm 120
Psalm 120. This psalm begins a section of 15 "Songs of Degrees." They were sung as the people ascended up to the Temple to worship. Entering into God's presence always takes you to higher ground! Learn how you can live this ascending life right where you are.

176 Verses About the Scripture

Psalm 119
Psalm 119. Yes, we are looking at Psalm 119 in one episode! All 22 sections of the longest psalm bring us to one truth - we need Scripture. Don't just listen to today's study; rededicate yourself to daily time in God's Word.

The Heart of the Bible

Psalm 118
Psalm 118. In this study we discover the exact middle of our Bible! The heart of the Bible reveals the heart message of all of Scripture: the Lord Jesus Christ.

A Short Sermon with a Long Reach

Psalm 117
Psalm 117. The shortest of the psalms reaches to all people and to all time. Study these two verses and you will come away praising our merciful, kind God!

God Has and I Will

Psalm 116
Psalm 116. Think of all that God has done! Grateful people should be obedient people. If you say you love the Lord then live every day to give Him glory.

False Gods vs. the True God

Psalm 115
Psalm 115. Our world is filled with idols - things made by men to try to take the place of God. But there is only one true and living God! Today we are reminded to fear Him and trust Him alone.

The Second Exodus

Psalm 114
Psalm 114. The same God who delivered Israel from Egyptian bondage delivered them from Babylonian captivity, and the same God who saved you from sin can deliver you from evil. Do you need a second exodus?

Where the Praise Begins

Psalm 113
Psalm 113. As we begin a series of psalms that were designed specifically for praise we learn foundational truths for the life that brings praise to God. This is where praise begins!

Blessed

Psalm 112
Psalm 112. This beautiful psalm shows us what the blessed life looks like and how to live it. In times of conflict and confusion God's people can still be blessed.

God’s Work in this World

Psalm 111
Psalm 111. How often do you pause to consider God's works in our world? He IS at work! Join us as we fInd out how, and how we should respond.

Our King and Priest

Psalm 110
Psalm 110. Only One has ever served as both King and Priest. His name is the Lord Jesus Christ. In today's study we will see Him and His work in our lives. Praise God for Jesus!

A Word to those Being Persecuted

Psalm 109
Psalm 109. True followers of Christ have always faced persecution and it seems to be increasing in our world. In today's study you will hear both the voice of the persecutors and the Word of God, and discover what you are to say in response.

Singing through the Battle

Psalm 108
Psalm 108. The Lord's soldiers can sing their way through the conflict. His joy is our strength. At the end of this little psalm are 3 prepositions that reveal what we have to sing about.

What Can We Say?

Psalm 107
Psalm 107. It is time for God's people to speak up! In a world of noise there must be a voice of certainty. This testimony psalm will give you several things that you can, and should, say today!