Tag: acrostic psalm

Psalm 25 – To You, Lord

 May 22, 2024

Psalm 25 – To you, Lord, I lift up my soul. To you. Other translations start – in you. In you, Lord my God, I put my trust. (NIV) The prepositions change but the pronoun remains the same. Who is this you that the writer looks up to? I’ve been pondering what pronoun God is […]

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Psalm 111: Where Do We Find Wisdom?

 February 13, 2020

Who are the wise among us? What constitutes wisdom? Stephen Hawking, a professed atheist, is considered one of the most intelligent people alive today. But is he wise? What about the members of Congress? Is there any wisdom to be found there? Or are they just out for their own good, setting policies that support […]

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Psalm 37 – Good Things Come to those Who Wait!

 September 5, 2018

Waiting is a routine part of life. We are always waiting for something or someone. Yet, for all the waiting we do, most of us do it poorly. We are in a hurry, easily frustrated and can burst into anger when we have to wait more than a minute for a download of a video […]

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Psalm 34 – God Preserves the Bones of the Righteous

 August 14, 2018

Anyone who watched the TV series Bones, knows that you can learn a lot about a person by studying their bones. As someone who has been diagnosed with osteoporosis, I take bone health seriously. Is it any wonder that I found myself drawn to verse 20 of Psalm 34: “He keeps all his bones; not […]

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Psalm 25 – God, our Teacher

 June 5, 2018

As you sow, so shall you reap. Beware the yeast of the Pharisees. Consider the lilies. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Every valley shall be exalted and every hill laid low. Fear not. Give and gifts will be given to you, good measure, packed together, shaken down and overflowing. […]

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