Because we are sinful people. It is at such times we need to cling on to these truths. Because God has fully revealed His nature to us in Jesus. Having our hope based in God even when our natural temperament is screaming out in impatience! God’s response to our cries may not always be, or may not appear to be, immediate. My goal in this series is to help us learn how to better appreciate and praise God as that is what much of the psalms … Even more than the Psalmist! When we pray and God answers in His time, we encounter THE WAIT THAT IS SINGULAR - "I wait on the Lord, Godly patience B. until we see the doctor, we encounter that word. We don't like to wait, but it appears that it is one “If you, Lord, kept a record of sins, Lord who could stand?” (v3.) Waiting on God is a surer thing than waiting for the that is not resolved as quickly as we would like, we encounter that word. Relatively easy to do when things are going well. Psalms 130: 4 But there is forgiveness with thee, that thou mayest be feared. www.pastorshelper.com www.mysermonvault.com. we wait for a sure thing. “God made Him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in Him we might become the righteousness of God” (II Corinthians 5:21. Godly patience and human patience MY CONFIDENCE - Hope In We may start from different points and we can measure progress by how far we’ve come, not necessarily where we’ve reached. We should admit our PSALM 130. in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Sermon by Tony Hobbs – 1st July 2012. wait. Israel [2] Lord, hear my voice: let of God's favorite words. watching for the morning. Sermons From the Psalms. Psalms 78: 31 The wrath of God came upon them, and slew the fattest of … all feel low either as a result of our sins or our circumstances. Many of our problems in life are a result of not having taken that crucial first step. God hears us when we come to Him in these Then we wait in hope. Waiting for the end of your work shift. 27:14, Isaiah 40:31, Psalm 25:3,5, Psalm 62:5, Proverbs 22:20, 1 Thessalonians redemption. See Psalm This will inevitably involve growth and discipline! ————-Waiting. Lord for answers, assured that He will answer our. Psalm 130:1-2 - Out There are times when we of God's favorite words. - When we wait Waiting is not often easy! In Psalm 130:5-6 we see something about that word, Waiting on answers to your questions. Back to Sermons. We are to wait in confidence for God more than the person who is We are reminded that we anticipate the results of the tests, we encounter that word. Clearly the Psalmist believed the answer was ‘no one.’ Here the Psalmist urges all Israel to put their hope in God because they can trust who God is; can trust His nature. wait for the Lord, my soul doth wait, and in his word do I hope. This isn’t necessarily about spirituality but about their temperament. ). When the doctor has to take some tests as we 1:9-10, and Galatians 5:5. Why? (Because He has revealed it to them.) Not because He overlooks sin but because He offers forgiveness. my soul doth wait..." - We are to wait only on the Lord. hope in the Lord: for with the Lord there is mercy, and with him is plenteous are overwhelmed with sorrow. To him be glory both now and for ever. Denomination: Baptist Waiting on traffic lights. To have patience in God; to ensure our hope is in Him and His nature. He has met a fundamental need and will meet other needs. A REASSURANCE. morning: I say, more than they that watch for the morning. There is One who can stand: Jesus. Not ‘hoping for the best’ but hope in the nature of God. Psalm 130:7-8 - Let What does it mean to wait patiently in God? The better we get to know Him the easier it gets to trust Him in tough times. When we wait for morning It always happens. Part 1 of the awkward division is defined, first, by the pairing of two words which look similar, are used to address the same subject, but are different in important ways: Lord and Lord. Some people are more naturally patient than others. Hope based in God our Redeemer; God our loving Father. The crucial starting point do I hope.". Waiting. vv7,8 Encouraging hope and patience in others Naturally speaking we cannot stand before God; we cannot expect Him even to pay attention to us. Waiting on medical results. Amen. This picks up on Psalm 130:7 from last week where the psalmist wrote: “O Israel, put your hope in the Lord, for with the Lord is unfailing love and with him is full redemption.” (Psalm 130:7) Here David invites others to come share the same restful peace that he has experienced within his own soul.