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“Trust Me“

Speaker: Troy Champ

Series: Keep Singing

Primary text: Psalm 34

Speaker: Troy Champ
Series: Keep Singing
Primary text: Psalm 34

Trust me: you can trust him.

When David wrote “taste and see that the Lord is good” in Psalm 34, he wanted the world to know and experience the abundant life he had found in God. He desperately wanted to share what he had found in God’s faithfulness. But, importantly, David’s plea to his reader didn’t come because his circumstances warranted a good mood, or because he was simply experiencing a short-lived feeling of happiness. David had experienced disaster, faced calamity, been disappointed, and still came out with his faith in God. We can learn from David’s example and God’s faithfulness: you can trust him.

Other texts in this message: Philippians 4:19


Identify where you’re struggling to trust Jesus


“Don’t trust you best. Do your best and trust God.” – Dallas Willard

“If you’re stressed, you’re trusting your best.”

Get to know someone who knows Jesus.

Tell someone about your experience with Jesus.

Song Recommendation:
“Taste & See” by Israel Houghton & New Breed

Worship Night: Sunday, August 15, 2021, at 7 pm at Capital Salt Lake

Verse for the Week: Psalm 34:8

Prayer Requests:

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Worship Songs

My Testimony
Elevation Worship

Bless His Holy Name
Andrae Crouch

King of My Heart
John Mark McMillan and Sarah McMillan

Elevation Worship

Good Good Father
Anthony Brown and Pat Barrett

Good Grace
Joel Houston

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