Category: Psalms

How Long, Lord
July 29th, 2018

Psalm 13 How long, Lord? How long must I wait? Have you ever asked that question? We began asking that question before we had words. Our diaper was wet, we were hungry, we wanted attention and what happened? Did we stop to think if this was ok or not? Were we patient? No. We felt […]

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Sweet, Elusive Unity
September 3rd, 2017

Psalm 133 When I was a young follower of Jesus, we sang a song: We are one in the Spirit, We are one in the Lord. We are one in the Spirit, We are one in the Lord. And we pray that all unity may one day be restored. And they’ll know we are Christians […]

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Born in Zion
August 27th, 2017

Psalm 87 Psalm 87 is one of those psalms, when you are reading through the Bible, that you read, scratch your head, and then move on to the next psalm. Rahab, Babylon, Philistia, Tyre, Cush – what do those words mean? I found on the internet the story of a professor from Dallas Theological Seminary […]

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God of Jacob
August 13th, 2017

Psalm 24 The term Renaissance man is used for a very clever person who is good at many different things. The idea comes from a time of history in Europe called the Renaissance which lasted from about 1400 to 1600. One of the most famous people alive during this time was Leonardo da Vinci whose […]

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David and his psalms
July 30th, 2017

Psalms 23 & 51 When I was in my early 40s I listened to an interview with a man who recommended we reread the classics we had read when we were in our teens and early twenties. The classics of the Western world are probably not familiar to some of you, but for those who […]

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