Pastor Gordy is a well rounded student of the Bible and teaches from a solid biblical foundation. He usually provides extensive notes, designed for further study at home. Download study notes and click play button to listen to the sermon here in the comfort of your own home.
July 5, 2020: PART TWO- The Coverings & Veil into the Holy Place
Please use the same notes from June 28, 2020,“The Coverings and Curtain into the Holy Place.”
June 28, 2020: The Coverings & Veil into the Holy Place
We apologize, the recording for June 28 is not available due to technical difficulties that day.
June 21, 2020: The Bronze Laver
June 14, 2020: The Entrance into the Tabernacle
We apologize. Audio recording is not available for this sermon. Thankfully, the notes are quite detailed and are a valuable tool by themselves.
June 7, 2020: Giving Honor to Others
May 31, 2020: The Tabernacle Pictures Redemption
May 24, 2020: The Pursuit of God’s Presence
May 17, 2020: The Problem of Hopelessness
May 10, 2020: Hope for the Hopeless
May 3, 2020: Abounding in Hope
April 12, 2020: Easter Hope
During this time of social distancing, Pastor Gordy completed his series on Psalms. Audio meditations and notes are provided below.
A word of explanation… 032220 = March 22, 2020 etc.
Meditations from Psalms
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Meditations from Psalms 135-142
Meditations from Psalms 143-150
This sermon concludes our study of the book of Psalms. These final Psalms are very important because in them we discover the necessity and power of praise and worship.
Worship is an expression of our faith, remembering how God has worked in the past (Ps 143) and declaring what God will do in your present circumstance (Ps 146).
Worship is an act of spiritual war (Ps 144, 149) and it is an honor for us to participate in it (Ps 149:9).
When we worship, we engage heaven to act on our behalf (Ps 145, 147), we will receive strength and experience nearness with God.
Ps 146–150 are called the “Hallelujah” Psalms, each begin and end with hallelujah. In fact, Ps 150 states hallelujah twelve times in six verses. What an appropriate ending to this book of worship.
OUTLINE & PROMISES: Click below for study notes for this section, Psalms 143-150.
To listen to message, press play button for each Psalm.