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Psalm 95 has two sections. Section one reveals the delight to praise the Lord, and section two reveals the danger of provoking the Lord. The delight is expressed in the approach, the expressive enthusiasm, and with thanksgiving. The danger is a failure to hear, to humbly obey, and a failure to trust.
3rd of 3 Sessions in The Well's Fall 2012 Small Group Leadership Training Conference
In this third section of three we look into Abram's FAITH and how this is shown as justification through faith in the Lord. Even here in Genesis 15 we find the Gospel message of being put right with God through FAITH in the Lord Jesus Christ.
When you delight in God's Bride there is a sacrifice, a service, and a sanctification.
You can be desiring the Word of God even when it’s hard--even when it’s confusing or convicting. You can be "blessed" like the psalmist (in Psalm 1) even when you don’t understand the Bible, if you’ll just desire to understand it --if you will just make it your direction! And that’s an act of the will, not an emotional response
The Cross and the empty tomb of Jesus have secured for us access to God, and thus, to the source of all genuine joy.
The "joy of the Lord" flows from God's word and results in a joyful living by faith.
Biblical examples of ways we can pray for ourselves.