“He is Worth the Wait“

Speaker: Kelly Preston

Series: Keep Singing

Primary text: Psalm 27

Speaker: Kelly Preston
Series: Keep Singing
Primary text: Psalm 27

In the worst of life we can find the best of God.

David wrote Psalm 27 during a difficult and dark season—he was going through the unimaginable. Can you relate? Have you had a time in your life when it seemed like you were being pummeled on all sides? On top of the global challenges that we all face, maybe you’ve experienced your own unrelenting, pain-filled season. No matter what you face—be it cancer, unemployment, an impossible decision, a difficult relationship, or whatever else—God is with you and he is for you. When you’re in the middle of the storm, rather than turn from God, turn to him. Because in the worst of life you can find the best of God.

Other texts in this message: Romans 9:22-24

Homework

If you’re waiting: Talk to God about it. Seek him until you find him. And, prepare yourself for distraction, for obstacles, and ridiculous circumstances that would try and prevent you from seeking Christ in the middle of your storm.

If you know someone who is waiting: Pray for them instead of offering solutions. Sit with them in their waiting. Your presence bears witness to their story and it gives them strength.

Verse for the Week: Psalm 27:14

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Worship Songs

Never Lost
Chris Brown, Steven Furtick, and Tiffany Hammer

See A Victory
Ben Fielding, Chris Brown, Jason Ingram, and Steven Furtick

Graves Into Gardens
Brandon Lake, Chris Brown, Steven Furtick, and Tiffany Hammer


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