One Thing

Evening Service
Apr 7, 2019

We’re surrounded by things that clamor for our attention: obligations, aspirations, and even fears. In the midst of what can quickly become a scattered existence, what would it look like to pursue just one thing? What does Scripture suggest that one thing should be? In Psalm 27:1-6, even as David acknowledges the fears that assail him, he demonstrates an unwavering confidence in God’s provision and protection. As the truth of God’s holiness and presence permeates our lives, we can worship our King with joy before a watching world—and continue to praise Him throughout eternity.

Psalm 27:1-6


Recent Sermons

  • 09/15/19

    Who Benefits From Jesus?

    Who benefits from Jesus? Guest speaker, Christopher Ash asks this question as he considers Christ’s public ministry in His hometown ...

    Speakers: Christopher Ash

  • 09/08/19

    A Monumental Collapse, Part 1

    Partial obedience is still disobedience. Saul learned this lesson the hard way when he failed to execute God’s judgment against ...

    Speakers: Alistair Begg

  • 09/08/19

    A Monumental Collapse, Part 2

    God’s command was clear: Israel was supposed to destroy the Amalekites. King Saul, blinded by his own sin, failed to ...

    Speakers: Alistair Begg

View All Sermons