Sunday Gathering at 10 a.m. 

X Close Menu

Dealing with Drama - Psalm 37

June 15, 2014 Speaker: Reid S. Monaghan Series: Playlist - A Sampling of the Psalms

Topic: Exposition Scripture: Psalm 37:1–37:13

INTRODUCTION AND REVIEW

 

 

DEALING WITH DRAMA

 

The Coach Psalm

 

Fretting Out

 

PSALM 37

 

Fretting and Forgetting (Psalm 37:1, 2)

 
Fret not, Forget Not

 

Trust and Delight (Psalm 37:3-6)

 
Trust, Do, Dwell, Befriend, Delight
 
Ultimate Vindication

 

Patiently Wait for the Lord (Psalm 37:7-13)

 

The Posture - in the NOW

Psalm 46:10
Romans 12:18, 19

The Promise - in the END

 

 

Wrath and Refuge in the Time of Trouble (Psalm 37:39, 40)

 

Community Meditation 

Know

  • We fret often because we forget too often. What are some things about God’s character and his promises do you often forget? Take some time together to number some attributes of God’s character and his promises. Hint - lots in your gospel class notebook.
  • How would remembering these things help situations mentioned in Psalm 37:1

Feel

  • Do you tend towards worry or anger when evil seems to prosper? Or both? Read Jonah chapter 4. What is God asking Jonah about his fretting and anger?
  • What’s the difference between fretting and a right anger?

Live

  • What evil doing do you fret over? Political stuff? Family stuff? Office stuff? Broken world stuff?
  • How can you respond to these verbs “Trust, Do Good, Dwell, Befriend, Delight” in Psalm 37?

More in Playlist - A Sampling of the Psalms

July 20, 2014

All Praise be to God

July 13, 2014

Road Trip and Renewal

July 6, 2014

The Faithful God - Psalm 90