Category Archives: PSALMS

Enduring love

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 118 (day seven) “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever.”  (v 1)  God’s love is not partial or temporary.  God’s love is resilient, undiluted and permanent!  It is how we survive.  The … Continue reading

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Christian assertiveness

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 118 (day six) “The Lord is with me. . .  I will look in triumph on my enemies.   (vs 7)  Assertiveness is a good thing.  In the right moment, it is a Christ-like thing.  It is not … Continue reading

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Message of Christ

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 118 (day four) Psalm 118 is the final psalm of the Egyptian Hallel (praise), chapters 113-118.  It was recited or sung at the Passover by every Jewish family.  118 was the last psalm recited, following the final … Continue reading

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Sing-along

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 118 (day three) “From the house of the Lord we bless you.”  A friend of mine, in commenting a few days ago on verses 26 and 27 of this Psalm, which give us a picture of people … Continue reading

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Paper Prayer Chain

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 118 (day two) It’s not the prayer chain that consists of five people I call to alert everyone of a need for prayer. It’s a prayer chain hanging from the wall in my kitchen. Each paper link … Continue reading

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Praise and problems

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 118 (day one) “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever. . .They (the nations) swarmed around me like bees. . .the stone that the builders rejected has become the capstone. . … Continue reading

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Gather the people

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 95 (day seven) “COME, let us sing for joy to the Lord”  (vs 1)  It is spiritual work to gather the people of God.  No voice rings truer the love of Heaven than the one that invites/calls/encourages/reminds … Continue reading

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Push the Reset!

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 95 (day four)  Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to ‘push the reset button’ sometimes in life!  While we would like to back up and reset our circumstances, so as to avoid a bad consequence,  God … Continue reading

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Confident

Re: Verse reading–Psalm 95 (day three)  “Today, if only you would hear his voice…”  Jesus took this Psalm seriously.  He did not hurry about in his life because he along with the Psalmist knew something about this world.  He knew, … Continue reading

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I’m Tired. Are You?

I’m tired. I don’t mean that in any metaphorical sense. There is no deeper meaning here. At the moment that I’m writing these words, I find myself physically and emotionally worn out. To read, “they will not enter My rest” … Continue reading

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