Taste and See the Lord Is Good

David could have credited his own cleverness for his escape from Gath (1 Samuel 21), but instead in Psalm 34 credits the Lord with delivering him. He praises God and invites you and me to do the same, to taste and see that the Lord is good.

Due to battery problems, audio not available.  But follow the link below to our SermonAudio site for a rough outline PDF file of the sermon.

Please visit our page on SermonAudio or click on the following link to listen to the February 14, 2016 sermon on Psalm 34 in our sermon series Divine Soul Music.  Recent sermons are also available on iTunes – search for Mission Presbyterian Church.

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