June 20, 2021

I am Fully Known

Bible Text: Psalm 139:1-15 |

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We're starting a two week look at Psalm 139 to learn about being fully known (this weekend) and fully free (June 27).  The first passages of this Psalm declare the wonder of being known completely by a God who is aware of all we do, think, and say. He knows every place we’ve been and will go. He sees every step in between. God is never confused about you. Never jumps to the wrong conclusion. There’s no pretense. No prejudice. No misunderstandings. He gets you. He loves you and he will lead you – if you submit to him. For David, meditating on how well God knew him brought confidence as he submitted his life in worship. As we look at these verses together, I hope you’ll share his experience and fully submit to God, who fully knows you.

Sermon Notes

Search Me, O God:
I am Fully Known
Pastor Dwayne Francois
June 20, 2021
Psalm 139:1-15

I’m a fully known worshipper when I am…

…guided by God’s intimate care (v 1-6)

…trusting in God’s loving watchfulness (v. 7-12)

…rejoicing in God’s wonderful work (v. 13-16)


It's so unusual, it's frightening
You see right through the mess inside me
And you call me out to pull me in
You tell me I can start again
And I don't need to keep on hiding

I'm fully known and loved by You
You won't let go, no matter what I do
And it's not one or the other
It's hard truth and ridiculous grace
To be known, fully known, and loved by You
I'm fully known and loved by You

“Known” by Tauren Wells

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