West Coast Trail, Seeing God - John Van Sloten

July 30, 2006

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Media @ New Hope CalgaryIn 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.
Psalm 71:1-3

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.
Psalm 72:7-8

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.
Psalm 74:15-17

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New Hope Church 2006

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Psalm 71:1-3,Psalm 72:7-8,Psalm 74:15-17,person

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