Contributed on Aug 16, 2010
When we are in the spiritual dessert, we need to keep in close touch with God or we will shrivel up with spiritual dehydration. The Psalmist explains his experience in the spiritual dessert, and points us in the right direction.
Contributed on Aug 23, 2010
When one of the Sons of Korah looked at the current horrible disasters, he could not understand why God allowed these things. Like him, we struggle with reconciling God’s character and what God permits, especially when it strikes close to home.
Contributed on Sep 6, 2010
The Lord Almighty is present with His children in the midst of the darkest nights.
Contributed on Sep 20, 2010
God’s children are to sometimes worship Him with great enthusiasm and outward joy, to clap their hands to the Lord. And sometimes that worship is about Who God is; sometimes it is about what He has done or is doing. But sometimes it is about what He will
Contributed on Oct 4, 2010
As disciples of Jesus Christ, we have our hardships. But we are privileged in so many ways. We know a God Who has control of time and exists in dimension we cannot grasp. Jerusalem is a place where time and dimension converge, and it gives us a taste o
Contributed on Oct 11, 2010
Is your life a temporary distraction, or a preparation for the long term? Are you enjoying life while preparing for eternity, or is your focus solely the fleeting moments of this life?
Contributed on Oct 18, 2010
Do you have a heart that longs for God? Do you want to see Him, to be with Him, to enjoy Him forever? The psalmist expresses this blessing in 3 beatitudes.
Contributed on Oct 25, 2010
When God’s people experience disaster, heartache, or disappointment, they can raise their voices to God and ask Him to intervene; their plea is based on three criteria.
Contributed on Nov 15, 2010
In Psalm 88, God gives us permission to be fully human, to face the realties of misery rather than deny them, and to pour our complaints, despondency, and miseries before Him in prayer.