Monthly Archives: July 2011

He does not fear evil tidings — Psalm 110-112

Today’s readings are really great psalms: passages that are quoted to powerful effect by our Lord and the Hebrew writer and passages heavy with wisdom for the man or woman of God. So let’s dive right in. The LORD says … Continue reading

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Continuing again tomorrow

To all my faithful readers, I haven’t dropped off the face of the planet. I just returned from a trip to Texas (yes, it was quite toasty) and helping my wife who has suffered a knee problem lately. Tomorrow I’ll … Continue reading

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The one who loves curses will be cursed — Psalm 107-109

I’ve had a great time this vacation visiting with family. First my son and his family, then with my mother and brother and sister. I’ve come away realizing how important family can be to us in forming who we are, … Continue reading

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“O LORD, how many are Your works! —Psalm 104-106

Well, I hope you’re able to stay cool. We’re in the heart of the summer now and where I am currently vacationing (San Antonio TX) it’s been a little toasty. One way to stay cool is to be sure to … Continue reading

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Bless the Lord O my soul — Psalm 101-103

Our mothers always taught us that bad company corrupts good morals, but did you ever really buy it? As it turns out she was right all along. Let’s read. The righteous don’t associate with evil (Psalm 101) — I know … Continue reading

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He has done wonderful things — Psalms 98-100

These are psalms of praise. Although there are things that I’d like to make note of specifically in these psalms that are our readings today, I’d like to make a small point that I’m hopeful may make a difference in … Continue reading

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Sing, rejoice, and worship! — Psalms 95-97

OK, I’m running late — technically, later and later each day it seems. But I’m hoping that you subscribe to the “better late than never” philosophy — at least for the time that I’m on vacation. Today is/was the Lord’s … Continue reading

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