Has your view of God changed over the years? Not to sound judgey, but I hope so. Maybe he started, in your mind, like a magnanimous grandfather, then became Santa Claus-esque, then maybe a hard-nosed cop. Based on what we want and don’t want, do and don’t like, our views change. But, hopefully, as we … Continue reading Does God Change?
Many of these Psalms focus on David reflecting on his life. Even when hard and discouraging events come, we can trust that God will be faithful again! There is great benefit when we take time to see how God has worked in our life. May 18 - Psalm 36 Today’s Takeaways: Part of this Psalm … Continue reading Looking Back on the Things I’ve Done…
All but one of this week’s Psalms specifically say they were written by David. And, in this week of Psalms we will see a wide range of thoughts and feelings. David wants his enemies to get what’s coming to them but he also encourages all faithful people to praise God regularly. David pleas for God … Continue reading The Highs and Lows of David
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HO17B-ACRn0 We talk often, as a staff, about what we do as a church – I don’t mean our menu of programming, but more, who we are and what we’re about. Here’s what we’ve decided: What we do: Read the Bible. Pray. Connect people together. I don’t know about you, but the third one is … Continue reading Southwestern Bell Got it Right
Throughout the Psalms, David asks God lots of questions. It's okay for us to ask questions of God when we are confused, angry, hurt, sad...you get the idea. And just like Andrew said in his sermon, our praise must come before our protest. David does a good job of that! Let's see what else there … Continue reading I Have a Question…
One of the main things my friends make fun of me for is my lack of visible emotion. We didn’t express our emotions in our home when I was growing up so it doesn’t come super naturally for me. I think that’s why I love the Psalms so much. They help me feel…or at least … Continue reading Laugh, Cry, Scream, Whatever!
I am always amazed when God tells Jacob “I will go (down to Egypt) with you”. Even when we can’t hear God speak these words specifically to us, we need to keep in mind that He is there. Try to stress this with your kids as you read with them. Sometimes things seem hopeless. Sometimes … Continue reading Reunited At Last