This is a blessing for you, based upon Psalm 71 May you find trust in the Lord. May shame never overcome you. May you find respite from everything that confines and hinders. Know that God is always listening and is
This blessing is loosely based on Psalm 51 May the Lord grant you mercy and forget anything you have ever done wrong May you feel clean and fresh, like sheets from the dryer or fresh off the clothesline May you
You tell yourself, “I just need to keep my mouth shut.” The fear of the fallout from the power of your words is like a muzzle. All the while, the person standing in front of you really needs to hear
I’ve been contemplating, for some days now, Psalm 20. Verse 4 in particular. The bit about God granting to me according to my heart’s desire. There really is a bit of difference between this wording and God granting me the
In my contemplation of Psalms this week, God stopped me on this phrase from Psalm 5:7 I will come into your house in the multitude of your mercy. A place where there is a multitude of God’s mercy! What a
Some find the Psalms difficult, because of all the waring (Ps.2:1) and dashing people to pieces (Ps.2:9). They struggle to find application for this sort of violence in their own lives. I get it. I cannot relate to this either.