Tag: questions

Psalm 13 – How Long, Lord?

 February 27, 2024

Many of us have reason to cry out with the writer of Psalm 13-how long, Lord? How long do we have to wait? Must we suffer forever? How much longer until our trials are over? The writer of Psalm 13 wrestled with these questions. Psalm 13 The author asks four times in Psalm 13 – […]

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Psalm 10 – Why Are You Far Away?

 February 6, 2024

The psalmist asks God a question that has been asked again and again over the centuries, Psalm 10 – why are you far away? Another question asked in Psalm 10 is why does evil prevail? How does Psalm 10 answer these questions? Psalm 10 Psalm 10 begins by asking why God is far away. “Why, Lord, […]

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Psalm 2 – Why?

 December 12, 2023

Psalm 2 begins with the word, why – “Why do the nations conspire, and the peoples plot in vain?” A good question, one that is relevant today. Why, indeed. The Psalms pose many questions to us. Let’s look at Psalm 2 – why? Psalm 2 – The Messiah As I’ve been reflecting on this Psalm, […]

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Questions to Live By

 August 30, 2018

Do you have questions that you live by? Beautiful questions that define and give structure to your life? I’ve been reflecting on this since my blog post last week when I asked whether there were any questions that had given your life direction. I’ve been wondering since then:  What are the questions I live by? […]

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Not so Ordinary Questions

 September 8, 2017

Ordinary Time – Season of Stability Another day at the grindstone. A boring job, a boring routine. I can’t help but wonder … Does my life have meaning? Will I be remembered when I’m gone . . . and for what? Will the fact that I once walked the face of the earth make a […]

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Tired Excitement

 April 26, 2017

Easter – Season of New Life Everybody keeps asking, “Are you excited?” “You must be so excited.” Yes, she is excited. She’s also scared and tired. Will she be up to the challenge of raising a child? Will she be a good parent? Will she know what to say, how to say it? She keeps […]

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Asking the Right Question

 June 6, 2014

“Does knowing that God might frustrate your plans bring you comfort?” Sometimes a question can be worth a thousand words. This question, asked by Jeanelle Reider in her book, The One Voice that Matters, speaks volumes about God’s will and following God’s will. It is better than twenty treatises on the subject. It states simply […]

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