We’re at the beginning of “Book 3” of the Psalms – and we have a really good challenging faith-living question that the psalmist struggles with. Why do bad people prosper? It’s as if the psalmist knows ME and my questions. Continue reading Psalm 73: A Psalm of “Why, God?”
A reader reached out to FamilyFire (whom I blog for periodically) and asked about things that we, as parents, can do to help raise our kids in a Godly home. What you will find here is the LINK to FamilyFire and my thoughts/suggestions for that reader (and anyone else) as we all wade through the waters of raising our kids in a “Godly” home. Continue reading FamilyFire Blog: Guidelines for Establishing a Godly Home
Once a week I blog for our denomination and sometimes those blogs seem to find their way out – this one found it’s way out. It’s on sex and marriage and finding time for each other. I pray that if you are married or thinking about it – that we all simply remember to give time to each other. Continue reading FamilyFire Blog: Too Busy for Sex?
Our psalm today is a prayer that closes out our psalms that fit under the title of “Book II”. It’s a prayer for the future that is not only wrapped up in offspring, not only of God’s covenant, but ultimately in who God is and what he is doing. Continue reading Psalm 72: A Psalm of Christlikeness
Our psalm today is a great reminder that that which we so often focus on is ever-present and CAN have a hold on our thoughts and yet there is something else that has been with us longer than our pain: God’s grace. Continue reading Psalm 71: A Psalm of Afflictions
A few times a month I write for Family Fire (a branch of the denomination I serve) and I recently wrote a blog on dating and finding “Godly” ones – and so this is a short blog they featured. Continue reading FamilyFire Blog: Glorifying God in our Dating Relationships
Our psalm reflection this week is a good short reminder of God’s work WHEN WE ALLOW HIM to work. That in the end we must always seek him and not self-desires. Continue reading Psalm 70: A Psalm for Shame