The psalms were God’s worship guide for His Chosen people, Israel. David and many others poured out their hearts in praise, joy, grief, disappointment, fear, and frustration through psalms. The book of Psalms shows us that God can handle whatever thoughts and emotions might be stirring in our hearts. He invites us to share with Him. Discover how these ancient psalms can give voice to your personal faith and help draw you closer to God today.
The Voice of Faith includes classroom activities that will encourage teens to participate. The teacher section in the back of the book will help the teacher prepare each lesson.
Table of Contents Worshipping God – Psalm 150 Introducing the Psalms – Psalms 1-2 In the Beginning – Psalm 8 Weathering the Storm – Psalm 13 God’s Laws vs. Man’s Laws – Psalm 19 Doubting God’s Presence – Psalm 22 God Gives You Everything You Need – Psalm 23 Facing Your Enemies – Psalm 27 The Power of God – Psalm 46 Forgiveness and Renewal – Psalm 51 God’s Compassion – Psalm 103 The Gospel in the Psalms – Psalm 110 Avoiding Amnesia – Psalm 136
About the Authors Andrew Phillips preaches for the Graymere Church of Christ in Columbia, TN. He holds degrees in Bible and Communication from Freed-Hardeman University, as well as a Master of Divinity from Harding School of Theology. Andrew has previously served in education ministry, and he has a passion for teaching Scripture. He and his wife Kathryn have two sons – Luke and Micah.
James Hayes was born and raised in Nashville, TN. He is a graduate of Goodpasture Christian School (1995) and Lipscomb University (1999). He has preached for 15 years for congregations in Joelton, TN and Pleasant View, TN. His writing has been published by many brotherhood magazines and journals, including The Gospel Advocate, 21st Century Christian Magazine, and THINK magazine.