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Always rejoicing (Ps 4)

A second psalm written at the time of Absalom’s rebellion. David was surrounded by bitter enemies, reckless allies and discouraged friends. Yet he found his own heart full of joy as he spoke to God.


Jesus: the Second Adam (3:22-)

At his baptism Jesus was declared to be the Son of God and King. Adam too was called God’s Son and appointed king over the earth. Adam was tempted and fell. Will Jesus triumph where Adam was defeated?


Jesus: the King Anointed (3:22)

When Jesus was baptised, heaven was opened, the Spirit descended, the Father spoke from heaven. What did each of those signs mean for the Lord Jesus? To understand, we need to examine the Old Testament background.


I lie down and sleep (Ps 3)

David composed this psalm during one of the greatest crises of his life: a time of danger and heartbreak. Yet he could sleep at night. What was his secret?


Jesus: Baptised with His people (3:21-)

John preached a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins. But why did he choose baptism as a sign of repentance? And why was Jesus baptised?

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