Yesterday I spoke at the Swift Current Full Gospel church on Psalm 8. It was a delight to be back in the church my Dad pastored for so many years.
I spoke on Psalm 8, and the way it is used in the NT. You can listen to the sermon here if you so please.
The video I showed is below:
And the quote from Charles Spurgeon on Psalm 8 comes from The Treasury of David:
“There is no place where God is not. The miracles of his power await us on all sides. Traverse the silent valleys where the rocks enclose you on either side, rising like the battlements of heaven till you can see but a strip of the blue sky far overhead; you may be the only traveler who has passed through that glen; the bird may start up affrighted, and the moss may tremble beneath the first tread of human foot; but God is there in a thousand wonders, upholding yon rocky barriers, filling the flowercups with their perfume, and refreshing the lonely pines with the breath of his mouth. Descend, if you will, into the lowest depths of the ocean. where undisturbed the water sleeps, and the very sand is motionless in unbroken quiet, but the glory of the Lord is there, revealing its excellence in the silent palace of the sea. Borrow the wings of the morning and fly to the uttermost parts of the sea, but God is there.”
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