Psalm 19


Do you remember reading about Goldilocks and the three bears?

How could they tell someone had been in their house?

Was there a note?

Did a neighbor tell them?

How?

Exactly! The three bears saw evidence of Goldilocks long before they met Goldilocks.

Now, they could have made up excuses. They could have said to each other, “Well, we just didn’t remember that we’d already eaten our porridge and sat in our chairs. We must have left things in a mess before we left, we just weren’t paying attention.” They could have ignored the truth the evidence in their house was pointing to.

Imagine how surprised they’d have been when Goldilocks walked downstairs while they were sitting around unaware!

In this talk, [originally delivered Sunday morning at New Hope Chapel, MD], we’re going to take a look at three pieces of evidence that point to God’s nature and reality:

I Revelation of God in Nature, Psalm 19:1-6

II Revelation of God in Scripture, Psalm 19:7-10

III Revelation of God in His People, Psalm 19:11-14

And through the poetry of Psalm 19, we’ll see the author convey this important truth: The revelation of God is available to everyone, everywhere, in every age and culture.

C.S. Lewis called Psalm 19 “the greatest poem in the Psalter and one of the greatest lyrics in the world.”   And in reading it, you can see what he meant.

Grace and Peace, Joanne

Published by Joanne Guarnieri Hagemeyer

Speaker and Author Bible Teacher and partner with Ancient Voices, Sacred Stories

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