Parkside Church

Lord in Your Mercy, Hear Our Prayer

Morning Service
Dec 31, 2017

The end of one year and beginning a new one provides an opportunity to reflect on the passage of time. This reflection may be productive if we consider not only our own mortality, but the eternal and holy character of God. Alistair Begg considers Moses’ prayer in Psalm 90, noting that it is grounded in the reality that our sin places each of us under the wrath of God. By grace, because of Christ’s work, the God we have offended will Himself restore, satisfy, gladden, and favor His people.

Psalm 90:12-17


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