Psalty

Date: April, 21, 2021
Time: 10:30 AM


What does the world’s oldest book of Christian music look like?  It’s a little Psalty!  The book Psalms contains 150 of God’s greatest hits.  Each one a song for God’s Old Testament Christians.  Some were for pilgrimage to Jerusalem, others when there was a heavy heart full of sin.  These songs were taken by our Lord as his own words and show us insight into the heart of God.  Persecuted?  Thankful?  Excited?  There was a Psalm to be sung.  In this class will dig into the history behind these songs from the pen of our God and get a little Psalty!

Each Wednesday at 10:30 AM we’ll look at a psalm or cluster of psalms.  Everyone is welcome to attend this mid week study, Psalty.  We’ll use Zoom for our meeting.  HERE is the link.

Lesson 1: Start at the Beginning

“Blessed is the man…”  There are many things in life that challenge what God says.  Psalm 1 does a great job of reorienting our lives to his will.

Lesson 1: Start at the Beginning

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Lesson 2: A Mighty Fortress

Psalm 46 was the inspiration for the theme song of the Lutheran Church.  How is God your refuge and strength?  How can we be still when the mountains are melting and wars are raging?  Join us to find out.

Lesson 2: A Mighty Fortress

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Lesson 3: The Good Shepherd

Psalm 23 was the inspiration for the theme song of the Lutheran Church.  How is God your refuge and strength?  How can we be still when the mountains are melting and wars are raging?  Join us to find out.

Lesson 3: The Good Shepherd

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