I’m leading an informal discussion of Psalm 119. If you’ve emailed me about joining the class, you’ll need to print…
Hello Friends, This fall I am leading a very simple Bible study, and I am sharing it here in a…
Due to the Corona virus situation, my Bible study class is not able to meet at church this month. I’ve…
If you’re reading Beachcombing the Psalms, every Tuesday is Worship Day. Here is Worship Day 2.
A video peek into the daily readings, and a list of the psalms we are reading this week
A day to worship the God of our salvation before we begin reading the Psalms in order tomorrow
If you have the book or you’re following our schedule, you’ll be reading days A through E before next Tuesday. You’ll be looking at these psalms in various genres:
The book of Psalms has been my prayer guide through seasons of loss, depression, anxiety, hope, joy, and change. There is truly something here for every day—prayers from every emotion you can imagine. Psalms contains many genres of prayer, and most of them are illustrated in one of my favorite psalms, number forty.
It was one of those stereotypical coastal days,
The time-between-times: not really summer, not quite fall
Mid-afternoon, the opportune moment
The rain had pulled back—a strategic retreat to recruit reinforcements
But the wind still held the beachhead against all comers.
The tide was low, the sand deserted at the moment
Except for us.