Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sufferer, Shepherd, and King of Glory! — Psalm 22-24

Today’s reading helps us understand some of the several aspects of God. This is a crucial piece of knowledge for the believer, especially in today’s world. Despite the fact that we know ourselves to be rather complex beings — a … Continue reading

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The God who guides the planets… — Psalm 19-21

Today’s reading contains a meditation, a blessing, and a prayer. There’s much to gain from a serious look at these psalms. Psalm 19 is one of my favorite for a couple of reasons. First because contains a verse that is … Continue reading

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Resurrection, protection, and war — Psalm 16-18

Today’s reading has several interesting concepts for the Bible student. Old Testament references to the resurrection and what we could call the warrior’s hymn. Although there are those who would argue that there wasn’t much in the Old Testament about … Continue reading

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God does see — Psalms 10-15

Do you ever wonder, when you’re going through troubled times, and you’re persisting and persevering, “Is God paying attention? Does He see?” Most of these psalms reflect this very thought and provide good encouragement to us who still struggle with … Continue reading

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Awesome — Psalms 8-10

For the next few days I’ll be at camp Gander Brook Christian Camp in Raymond ME, which means that my access to the internet and routine will be a little off.If you’ve never been to Gander Brook, it is a … Continue reading

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The God who listens to the oppressed — Psalms 5-7

The book of Psalms is a great portion of the Bible that deals with just about every emotion known to the human experience. Today’s psalms are prayers of those who are oppressed by evil doers, and they resonate with all … Continue reading

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Beginning the Psalms — Psalms 1-4

Well, here we are in the book of Psalms, sometimes called Israel’s hymnbook. You may or may not know that the Psalms were truly songs that were used in worship, in traveling to Jerusalem for Temple ceremonies, or in private … Continue reading

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