A King Who Can Cry

Recently I read a comment that Trump may sin, and whether he confesses is between him and God.  Aside from the fact that Trump has clearly and publicly stated that he will never regret or apologize for anything he does, it made me wonder whether we who claim to follow Jesus have never considered a […]

A Wall Runs Through Our Town

From the 2020 Pandemic to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the winks and nods from the powers of this present darkness to those who seek to kill and destroy has left too many sisters and brothers vulnerable. It is not time to be silent but to cry out until the walls all come […]

To Thirst and to Cry

“Then the LORD God formed man of dust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being.” Genesis‬ ‭2:7‬ The word “being” in the Hebrew is “nephesh” literally “throat.” A “throat” can thirst and cry. To be a “being” is to be capable of thirsting and […]

Psalm18 Uncomfortable Comfort

“The LORD has rewarded me according to my righteousness, According to the cleanness of my hands.” I am not able to say this, and I doubt anyone can. I have not “kept the ways of the LORD,” I have not been “blameless with Him.” Can I ask for the same deliverence as the David? What’s more, when could David pray this prayer truthfully?

Psalm 16:7-11 The Presence That Changes Our Perspective

In the closing verses of Psalm 16, the Psalmist give us the keys to Wisdom, Security, Joy, and Life. By constantly “setting the LORD before me” our lives are correctly measured, and our minds are consistently guided.  Faced with His eternity we are compelled to make the best use of our days.  In light of […]