West Coast Trail, Seeing God - John Van Sloten
July 30, 2006
|In this messsage we're going to talk about God’s presence in journey.
Using the West Coast Trail as our text, along with a few
biblical psalms, we’re hoping to meet anew the God who
walks with all of us.
I run for dear life to God, I'll never live to regret it. Do what you do so well: get me out of this mess and up on my feet. Put your ear to the ground and listen, give me space for salvation. Be a guest room where I can retreat; you said your door was always open! You're my salvation—my vast, granite fortress.
Outlast the sun, outlive the moon age after age after age.
Be rainfall on cut grass,
earth-refreshing rain showers.
Let righteousness burst into blossom and peace abound until the moon fades to nothing.
Rule from sea to sea,
from the River to the Rim.
With one blow you split the sea in two,
you made mincemeat of the dragon Tannin.
You lopped off the heads of Leviathan,
then served them up in a stew for the animals.
With your finger you opened up springs and creeks,
and dried up the wild flood waters.
You own the day, you own the night;
you put stars and sun in place.
You laid out the four corners of earth,
shaped the seasons of summer and winter.
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Copyright Info:New Hope Church 2006
Keywords:Psalm 71:1-3,Psalm 72:7-8,Psalm 74:15-17,person
Length: 34:52 Rating: GA