Exalting Christ and Loving People
Exalting Christ and Loving People

Up From The Cave He Arose

Pastor David is continuing his series titled “After God’s Heart” and is speaking from Psalm 142.

Video

Join the live stream at 10:25 on Sunday morning: https://youtu.be/HUzgNVVciHE

Sermon Audio

MP3 Link: AVBC-Sermon-Audio-May-23-2021.mp3

Notes

Printable Notes: Sermon-Notes-11-RIsing-Above-Cave.pdf

G ______________________     

R ______________________    

O ______________________    

W ______________________


GOAL

For David to rise above the discouraging “_____________ circumstances” he found himself in

REALITY

  1. David felt _____________________ (v.2)
  2. David felt _____________________ (v.3)
  3. David felt _____________________ (v.4)
  4. David felt _____________________ (v.4)
  5. David felt _____________________ (v.6)
  6. David felt _____________________ (v.6)
  7. David felt _____________________ (v.6)
  8. David felt _____________________ (v.7)
  • Reality- David had been anointed to be __________
  • Reality- _________ is with David in the cave

OPTIONS

*Option 1- Give ___________

*Option 2- Give ___________

*Option 3- Give ___________

WILL

  • ___________ to God (vs.1,5,6)
  • ___________________ to God (v.3)

But if I go to the east, He is not there; if I go to the west, I do not find Him. When He is at work in the north, I do not see Him; when He turns to the south, I catch no glimpse of Him. But He knows the way that I take; when He has tested me,   I will come forth as gold. (Job 23:8-10)

  • _______________ God (v.5)
  • ____________________ God (v.7)  (Psalm 57)

O magnify the Lord with me, And let us exalt His name together. (Psalm 34:3)

Digging Deeper

(For personal study, family devotions or Care group use)

Q1: Have you ever spent time in a real life cave? If so, what was the experience like?

Q2: Have you ever gone through a “cave-like” experience in your life?  What were the circumstances surrounding that time?  What emotions rose up within you during that time?

Q3: Take some time to read Psalm 34, 56, 57 and 142.  Can you relate to what the psalmist is experiencing?  Did these passages give you renewed perspective/hope? If so, how?