This is a song for those who belong to the believing company, and for those who have God to be his God, and Christ in our midst, or else he cannot sing the song of peace amid commotion and calamity. No man can truly sing this psalm but those who are redeemed from the earth. In a special way, though, this Psalm rings out for the church of the Reformation – not only because Luther loved it so, or because all 5 of the 5 sola’s (battle cries of the Reformation) can be seen through it … but for its theme, the church is safe under divine protection!
Pastor Drew is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He got his Masters of Divinity in 2010 and has been planting Omega OPC in Williamsport PA, since then. Check out some sermons by Pastor Drew Adcock Related Sermons Faith or Foolishness? (1 Samuel 14:1-46) June 19, 2011 Suffering as Victory (2 Timothy 2:1-13) June 26, 2011 Why Christ is at the Door (Revelation 3:14-22) July 3, 2011 Ordination Service March 11, 2012 Implanted Power (James 1:19-27) November 4, 2012 Christ the Conqurer (Genesis 3:1-24) January 13, 2013 Fruit or Flesh? (Galatians 5:16-26) June 2, 2013 Unity and Reformation (Psalm 46:1-11) November 3, 2013 Now Thank We All (1 Chronicles 29:9-22) November 24, 2013 The Unknown Triumph (Luke 19:28-44) April 13, 2014 Resurrection Christians (John 20:19-31) April 20, 2014 Our Charge (1 Timothy 1:2-20) September 14, 2014 Resurrection Unfolding (John 20:19-23) April 5,… (read more)