“Restore Us, O God” (Psalms 80, 85, 126) We’ve just heard three psalms that are appointed for this Advent season, Psalms 80, 85, and 126. 9 Surely his salvation is near those who fear him, that his glory may dwell in our land. It is divided into three parts: … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 85:8-13" Read: Ps. There was a connecting theme running through all three of these psalms. An interpretation of Psalm 85:8-13 needs first to find a context in the whole of Psalm 85. And here it is. You see, Bill was a prisoner of war back in WWII. They prayed for joy, joy that can come from God’s presence in the midst of the community. We need true, spiritual revival all over our nation. EXPOSITION BY C. H. SPURGEON: ISAIAH 43:22-28; 44:1-8; PSALM 85. Psalms 85:6 . Psalm 85. "Reflecting on Psalm 85:8-13 without the first 13 verses is akin to a liturgy that omits the call and prayer of confession, moving instead straight to the assurance of pardon." I’m reading verses 8 & 9: 8 I will listen to what God the Lord says; he promises peace to his people, his faithful servants — but let them not turn to folly. This morning, we come to the seventh Sunday in the season of Pentecost. Revelation for Future Revival (Psalm 85:8–13). He was part of the 82nd airborne as a paratrooper. Psalm 85:1-13. Sermon Title: “Let Us Hear” Sermon Reference: Psalm 85:8-13 His name was Bill Kanos and he went to my home church faithfully every Sunday and sat half way up the aisle. Lots of folks went to church faithfully, but Bill was an inspiration. Please use these sermons as the Lord leads, but nothing on this site may be used for profit without my expressed, written permission! The Paperback Bible presents the Bible by the Book and is designed to be portable, readable, and truly personal with ample margins for notations. Sermon by Rick Crandall. Advent 2B November 30, 2020. In the garden, the leaves may represent the work that is done; but the flowers are the praise that is … We sometimes sing a hymn that says "Revive us again; fill each heart with Thy love; may each soul be rekindled with fire from above." Did you happen to catch what they have in common? (N.I.V.) Psalm 85:6 Will You not revive us again, that Your people may rejoice in You? The psalm is a prayer in the midst of crisis for the ancient faith community. In our text this morning the psalmist asks God an important question. ... Preaching is only the stalk; conversion, prayer, praise, — these are the full corn in the golden ear. SermonAudio.com - Psalm 85 Sermons. SERMON TITLE: The America of Tomorrow SERMON REFERENCE: Psalm 85:1-6 LWF SERMON NUMBER: #2416 We are grateful for the opportunity to provide this transcript produced from a live sermon preached by Adrian Rogers while serving as pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee. We will read two passages of Scripture this evening, both of which will have a bearing upon the subject we are afterwards to consider from our text. Psalm 85:1-13 REVIVE US AGAIN. The Advent 2B Sermon Starters include commentary and illustration ideas for Mark 1:1-8 from the Lectionary Gospel; Isaiah 40:1-11 from the Old Testament Lectionary; Psalm 85:1-2, 8-13 from the Lectionary Psalms; and 2 Peter 3:8-15a from the Lectionary Epistle. Grayson Baptist Church - Oct. 20, 2013 *Anybody paying the least bit of attention knows that we need revival in our hearts and in our homes. 85:6-7. He presents a 1) Remembrance of Past Revival (Psalm 85:1–3), 2) Request for Present Revival (Psalm 85:4–7), 3. Let us first read a few verses … "Wilt thou not revive us again?" In a prayer to “Revive us Lord”, the Psalmist shows three things that can help us through present difficulties. Commentary, Psalm 85:8-13 (Pentecost 7B), Beth Tanner, Preaching This Week, WorkingPreacher.org, 2012. But what does that mean? Intro: Ill. We know neither the author nor the background for this Psalm.