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Kent Philpott's Bible Study Sermons

Mar 22, 2021

This Psalm of David was written after the prophet Nathan confronted  him with his adultery with Bathsheba and the murder of Uriah, her husband. Here David’s pleads with God for forgives and to restore in him a clean heart.


Mar 22, 2021

For a reason unexplained, a Levite or priest living in the most northern parts of Israel, near Mt. Hermon is unable to come to the Temple in Jerusalem for a festival. He so wants to be in the presence of God and praise Him. He has enemies who mock him, perhaps for his inability to make the journey, and despite it...


Mar 22, 2021

Here the focus of David is on forgiveness, indeed blessed is the one whose transgression, iniquity, and rebellion is forgiven. Indeed God is a “hiding place”, a safe place in a troubled world.  


Mar 22, 2021

This most well known of all the Psalms presents God as both a shepherd and a host. By shepherd is meant being a pastor, a teacher, a feeder, a protector of sheep, and we Christians as spoken of in Scripture as sheep. Then host, this is the great king who gives a grand banquet and lavishly provides for his guests.


Feb 13, 2021

With the demonic presence gone, what then? Does the delivered person automatically become a follower of Jesus? What kind of counseling is needed? What kind of community support? Plus, here is the admonition for discretion, confidentiality, and anonymity. Grace and mercy must abound!