God is Enough: Refocusing Your Life
You may have unmet desires - achieving that certain position in the company, or getting a high mark in a significant exam. Maybe you are scarred by grief so profound that you can hardly talk about it. Or perhaps you're...
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You may have unmet desires - achieving that certain position in the company, or getting a high mark in a significant exam. Maybe you are scarred by grief so profound that you can hardly talk about it. Or perhaps you're unmotivated, and the passionate days of your early Christian life seem so long ago. Whatever the case may be, the issue is the same for all of us: is God enough?
With honesty and humility, Ray Galea reflects on 10 psalms that have helped him put God back in the centre of his life. Ray reminds us of the many reasons we have to join with the psalmist in saying, "Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you."
The one who knows all (Psalm 139)
The glory of man (Psalm 8)
A kiss for the King (Psalm 2)
The suffering and glory of the God-man (Psalm 22)
The mercy of God (Psalm 51: part 1)
A new creation (Psalm 51: part 2)
Time is not on our side (Psalm 90)
His Majesty's voice (Psalm 19)
Who can dwell in the Lord's presence? (Psalm 15)
Only the good die young (Psalm 73)
Passing the baton (Psalm 78)
Ray Galea (Senior Minister) of St Alban's Multicultural Bible Ministry (St Alban's MBM) a growing multicultural church in the west of Sydney. Our church is home to people from all cultures, styles and walks of life. We're united together as one big family, through a loving personal relationship with God.
Prior to attending Moore College, Sydney, Ray worked as a Social Worker in Wollongong for three years, specialising in Marriage and Family Counseling. Ray sees himself as having a special brief to work cross culturally among second generation Mediterranean and Middle Eastern people in the west of Sydney. He is the author of Nothing in my hand in Bring a response to Catholicism by one who grew up in a Catholic home, and God is Enough