Dwelling in Pleasant Places

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Psalm 16 6, 11 Dwelling in Pleasant Places

Psalm 16:6, 11 (NKJV)

6 The lines have fallen to me in pleasant places; Yes, I have a good inheritance. 11 You will show me the path of life; In Your presence is fullness of joy; At Your right hand are pleasures forevermore.

Main Idea: No matter the storm or the trial, the believer can trust that in Christ we will dwell in pleasant places.

I. The Introduction – A Revelation from Revival

A. This Year before revival

B. The Revelation of Revival

C. The Background of the Psalm

1. Psalm 56-60 The term “Michtam” meaning to cover; all mention David’s enemies and trials except Psalm 16.

II. The Body – Pleasant Places

A. Trust In Him – Our Inheritance is Good and Sure

1. The Storms are temporary

2. The Boundaries are Secure

a. Make It Live – Batman, Tune in tomorrow

B. Listen to Him – He has given me counsel

1. Bad Counsel Must be rejected

a. So Called Friends with other motives

2. The power of Prayer

a. The disciples wanted to learn how to pray

b. Even in Darkness

C. Walk with Him – He is at my right hand

1. Don’t be moved by the happenings

2. We are not alone

D. Dwell with Him – Get in His Presence

1. Fullness

2. Joy

3. Pleasures

4. Forever

III. The Conclusion – This Joy I Have

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