Songs of Ascent: Practices of the Lifelong Journey
October 2009 – February 2010
Psalms 120–134 are known as “Songs of Ascent” which were sung by Hebrew pilgrims. Three times a year, Hebrews took a trip on the road ascending to Jerusalem to worship, singing and meditating on these fifteen psalms. These pilgrim songs were meant to remind them of their commitment and practices for their pilgrimage as the people of God. Songs of Ascent contain timeless insights on the foundational things that we ought to practice during our lifelong journey toward God. In this series, our aim is to dwell leisurely on these fifteen psalms as our travel guide book on our upward pilgrimage as Christ-followers.
Click on the following sermon titles to download and view the sermon notes in PowerPoint presentation files (all sermons are by Pastor Paul K. Kim, unless otherwise noted):