Resources on Psalm 17:1‑7, 15

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Make Demands of God Element of Worship by Joan Stott http://www.thetimelesspsalms.net/w_resources/pentecost9[18]a_2017.htm Element of Worship by Joan Stott Topics: God's Presence , Security in God , Relationship , Covenant Source: The Timeless Psalms Joan Stott offers a call to worship, prayers of petition, and a personal meditation on Psalm 17:1-7, 15, reflecting on being in a covenantal relationship with God and the security and boldness that comes from it. A Spiritual Home Element of Worship by Joan Stott http://www.thetimelesspsalms.net/w_resources/pentecost8[18]a_2014.htm Element of Worship by Joan Stott Topics: Community , Language , God's Love , Relationship Source: The Timeless Psalms Joan Stott offers a call to worship, prayers of lament and trust, and a personal meditation on Psalm 17:1-7, 15, reflecting on developing "right relationships" with others and being in a "right relationship" with God. An Honest Prayer Devotional by Lillian Daniel http://day1.org/6312-lillian_daniel_an_honest_prayer Devotional by Lillian Daniel Topics: Prayer , Honesty Source: Day1 Lillian Daniel offers a story of an intern's struggle to a pronounce a name during prayer to remind us that God wants honest prayers as exhibited by Psalm 17:1-9. Deliver me, O Lord, by your hand: Psalm 17 Element of Worship https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/worship-texts-and-resources/common-worship/daily-prayer/psalter/psalm-17 Element of Worship Topics: Psalms , God's Deliverance , Worship Planning Source: The Church of England "Deliver me, O Lord, by your hand." Psalm 17 for worship planning from the "The Psalter from Common Worship: Daily Prayer" by The Church of England. Ultimate Satisfaction Commentary/Exegesis by Mark D Roberts https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/ultimate-satisfaction-0 Commentary/Exegesis by Mark D Roberts Topics: God's Presence , Satisfaction , Prayer , Relationship Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling Mark Roberts observes that Psalm 17 is full of petitions from the psalmist, but in the last verse the psalmist declares that the ultimate source of satisfaction is God's presence. I've Tried Very Hard Element of Worship by Joan Stott http://www.thetimelesspsalms.net/w_resources/pentecost7[18]a_2011.htm Element of Worship by Joan Stott Topics: God's Love , God's Will , Honesty , Blessing Source: The Timeless Psalms Joan Stott offers a call to worship, prayers, and a personal meditation on Psalm 17:1-7, 15, reflecting on being honest about our efforts to follow God's ways and continuing to rely on God in that task. Face to Face: God's Unconditional Acceptance Image by Anna MacDonald http://www.ekklesiaproject.org/blog/2017/08/face-to-face/ Image by Anna MacDonald Topics: David , Depravity , Grace Source: Ekklesia Project Anna MacDonald reflects on Genesis 32:22-31, Psalm 17 and Matthew 14:13-21, concluding God receives humanity unconditionally and that the churches should do so, reflecting God’s face to the world. Covenants and Feasts Sermon Starter/Outline by John van de Laar https://sacredise.com/lectionary-resources/proper-13a/ Sermon Starter/Outline by John van de Laar Topics: Covenant , Feast , Poverty , Generosity Source: Sacredise John van de Laar's sermon starter draws on Genesis 32:22-31, Isaiah 55:1-5, Psalm 17:1-7, 15, 145:8-9, 14-21, Romans 9:1-5, and Matthew 14:13-21 to discuss both God's covenant invitations and our responsibility to respond to hunger needs. God who knows us Element of Worship by Thom M Shuman https://lectionaryliturgies.blogspot.com/2010/08/23rd-sunday-in-ordinary-timeproper-18-c.html Element of Worship by Thom M Shuman Topics: Creation , Goodness , Image of God , God's Omniscience Source: Lectionary Liturgies This worship resource by Thom Shuman features worship liturgies based on Jeremiah 18:1-11 and Psalm 139:1-6; 13-18. They invite us to trust God who shaped us for goodness and will transform our brokenness into wholeness. A Wild Prayer Commentary/Exegesis by Karla Suomala https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/ordinary-32-3/commentary-on-psalm-171-9 Commentary/Exegesis by Karla Suomala Topics: Lord’s Prayer , Prayer , God's oneness , David Source: Working Preacher Psalm 17 is infused with the same sense of intimacy, confidence, boldness, purpose, and urgency that Jesus models for his disciples in the Lord’s Prayer. Full Text Hymns on Psalm 17:1-7, 15 Psalm 17PD
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Jesus Reproaches Jerusalem Image by Jan Luyken http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=121445&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Jan Luyken Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive Jesus shows his disciples a hen that has gathered her chicks under her wings. The Dutch artist and poet Johannes Luyken (1649-1712) drew and etched this emblem and wrote the accompanying poem An Honest Plea Commentary/Exegesis by Eric L. Mathis https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/ordinary-32-3/commentary-on-psalm-171-9-2 Commentary/Exegesis by Eric L. Mathis Topics: Faithfulness , Relationship , Honesty Source: Working Preacher Honesty is a core component of living in relationship with others. Psalm 17 reminds us that we can bear our deepest burdens and worries to God with honesty and confidence, just as the Psalmist has done. Restoring Peace Service Outline by Ashleigh Joyner https://www.ministrymatters.com/all/entry/5323/checking-to-find-peace Service Outline by Ashleigh Joyner Topics: Christmas , Peace , Holiday , Psalms Source: Ministry Matters A service outline by Ashleigh Joyner based on Psalm 80:1-7; 17-19. Joyner suggests video and sermon themes for a Christmas season service about restoring peace in the midst of the hectic busy-ness of Christmas. God's Protection Sermon Starter/Outline by John van de Laar https://sacredise.com/lectionary-resources/proper-27c/ Sermon Starter/Outline by John van de Laar Topics: Death , Faith , Hope , Resurrection Source: Sacredise Throughout Job 19:23-27; Psalms 17:1-9; 98; Haggai 1:15, 2:1-9; Luke 20:27-38; and 2 Thessalonians 2:1-5, 13-17, we see that God gives God’s people the assurance of God’s protection and salvation in the face of difficulties. Journeying to the Light Audio/Video by Martin Tel https://worship.calvin.edu/resources/resource-library/journeying-to-the-light-a-pilgrimage-of-prayer-and-praise/ Audio/Video by Martin Tel Topics: Worship , Service , Scripture Reading , Light Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship This video-recording of an evening service focused on Psalms 15-24 moves from longing for holiness, resting in God's presence, cry for help, victory and vindication, and the light of creation, the light of the law. My Cry for Justice Audio/Video by Paul Michaels http://www.theworkofthepeople.com/psalm-17 Audio/Video by Paul Michaels Topics: God's Deliverance , Justice , Injustice Source: The Work of the People This is a visual representation of Psalm 17, with the text featured against background images of forest, and background music by Paul Michaels. Taking Up the Cross Element of Worship by Amy Loving https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2015/02/prayer-of-confession-mark-8-31-38.html Element of Worship by Amy Loving Topics: Prayer , Shame , Confession , Desire Source: Re-Worship A prayer of confession inspired by Mark 8:31-38 and Psalm 17:1. "Teach us to take up our crosses and follow wherever you lead, we pray." Satisfaction Poetry by Rachel G Hackenberg https://rachelhackenberg.com/lent-24-5/ Poetry by Rachel G Hackenberg Topics: Lent , Confession , Mercy , Heart Source: Rachel G. Hackenberg Reflecting on Psalm 17:15, Rachel Hackenberg's poem for Lent wrestles with the tension between being "satisfied, beholding [God's] face" and personal dissatisfaction and restlessness.