Today’s Sermon: “Celebrating the Majesty of God” (Psalm 8)
It’s the Lord’s Day!
Today, at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church, I plan to continue our Summer Psalm Series with a message from Psalm 8, entitled, “Celebrating the Majesty of God.” The message of this brief but beautiful psalm is that all of creation is a call to worship the greatness and goodness of God.
O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! – Psalm 8:1a, 9 (ESV)
Join us for worship at the Shiloh Church at 7:45 or 10:30 AM (EST). Both services will be streamed lived.
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