This class series focuses on learning how to pray the Psalms, the prayerbook of the early church.
Psalms 22: Conclusion in Psalm 1
This week we wrap up our study on Praying the Psalms by returning to Psalm 1.
Psalms 21: Psalm 22 Detour
This week we look at Psalm 22:16.
Psalms 20: Psalm 22
We look at this Psalm that John Goldingay calls the Psalm of Two Sets of Facts.
Psalms 19: Jesus and Psalm 69
Brian Ries teaches on Jesus and Psalm 69.
Psalms 18: Paul and Psalm 69
We look at how Psalm 69 may have been prayed by Paul, and how he used it in Romans 11.
Psalms 17: The Psalms in the New Testament
We start to look at how the New Testament uses the Psalms, with a specific focus on Psalm 69.
Psalms 16: Jerusalem in the Psalms
This week we look at the special meaning of Jerusalem and the temple in the Psalms.
Psalms 15: The Psalms as Poetry
We look at how the language of the Psalms impacts our experience.
Psalms 14: Orientation, Disorientation, and Reorientation in Psalm 23
We look at how Psalm 23 walks through all three phases of orientation, disorientation and reorientation.
Psalms 13: Psalms of Reorientation
This week we talk about the Psalms of reorientation.