Tag: theophany

Psalm 18 – I Love You

 April 2, 2024

This week we focus on three powerful words at the beginning of Psalm 18 – I love you. Love is a complex, multi-faceted word, much abused and misunderstood. For all of the time we spend thinking about love, writing and singing songs about love, reading romance novels and watching movies about love, it remains a […]

Read More

Psalm 144: Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammo?

 October 8, 2020

There’s something in the Bible for everyone:  for young lovers full of vigor, seniors struggling with disability, for kings and leaders, for the poor or depressed, for simple farm laborers, for family members. That’s part of the beauty of Scripture. It can also be problematic because people often chose to manipulate Scripture to fit their […]

Read More

Psalm 50:  What Does it Mean to Offer a Sacrifice of Praise?

 December 11, 2018

Psalm 50 and Paul in Hebrews 13:15 speak of offering God a sacrifice of praise (“Through him, then, let us continually offer a sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of lips that confess his name.”), but what does that mean? How can praising God be a sacrifice? Isn’t it a joy and […]

Read More

Epiphany – Arise and Shine, Isaiah 60:1-6

 January 6, 2015

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas! Throughout the U.S. Christmas decorations are put away and people are returning to life as usual after the holidays. Yet, in the Catholic Church the decorations remain as we celebrate the Feast of Epiphany, or little Christmas, marking the coming of the magi to see Jesus. If you are […]

Read More
  • Patricia M. Robertson - Unlocking the Extraordinary from the Everyday!

  • Subscribe to receive updates!

    Receive Still Dancing when you sign up!
  • Recent Posts

  • This website powered by A2Hosting.