Psalm 53: A Psalm of Uncomfortableness

First Off…read Psalm 53! “…there is no one who does good.” Ouch David! Way to start off the psalm on such a downer! Not much is really known about this psalm, and why David essentially copies his already proclamation on “nobody is good” from Psalm 14 (you can find my blog on that here) nobody really knows. And if you’re anything like me when you … Continue reading Psalm 53: A Psalm of Uncomfortableness

Psalm 26: A Plea for Vindication

First Off…read Psalm 26! Wow – I’m stuck on that first half verse. Vindicate me…vindicate me? Really? But as I stare at those two words I’m not sure exactly what it is I’m stuck on. Do I have the gall to demand that God vindicate me? Do I feel I’m worth being vindicated? Have I led a blameless life? Have I trusted in the Lord … Continue reading Psalm 26: A Plea for Vindication

Psalm 24: A Glorious Song

First Off…read Psalm 24! When I first read this text I cannot help but stop on the first 2 verses: Creation. The author, David (it’s assumed by most people that it was David who penned this) has simply made a statement at the beginning that should be carried throughout the rest of the text. God is the creator of the world and all that is … Continue reading Psalm 24: A Glorious Song

Psalm 6: The “Waiting” is the hardest part

Thank you for stopping by here to read my thoughts on Psalm 6 – and I’m sorry to do this but the content of this psalm has been movee to FamilyFire (which is a ministry in the denomination I serve). So if you’d like to continue to read my thoughts on Psalm 6 then click here and you’ll be redirected to FamilyFire. Thank you – … Continue reading Psalm 6: The “Waiting” is the hardest part