Why I Am and Am Not Writing About Riots and Injustice

Beginning next Sunday, I am going to begin writing a new series of posts lasting exactly one week. Each day will include three praises, one for each of the three traditional hours of prayer in a Jewish day. I am not oblivious to what is going on in the culture today. The injustice, the racism, … More Why I Am and Am Not Writing About Riots and Injustice

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Evil Responses to Evil Action are Not Transformed into Righteousness.

A Morning Call to Worship “Let us give thanks to the LORD with our whole heart. Let us recount all of the wonderful deeds of God. Let us remind our souls of how beautiful are His works. Let us exalt Him; let us lift Him high. Let us sing the praise of His name, so … More Evil Responses to Evil Action are Not Transformed into Righteousness.

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When Justice is Perverted, Remember that There is One Who is Just (and He will bring justice)

Sanctifying the Day for the Glory of Christ Call to Worship “Let us sing a new song to the Lord. Let’s use every instrument we can get our hands on, and if we can’t play an instrument, let’s find a new tune on Youtube to praise His name. Before we go off to work, before … More When Justice is Perverted, Remember that There is One Who is Just (and He will bring justice)

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Sanctifying the Day

A continuing series based on the Hebrew pattern of the first century of sanctifying the day by reminding the heart of its need for God. A Morning Call to Worship “Lord, as we begin this day, incline our hearts to Your testimonies. Confirm Your promises to us that our hearts would be wise in our … More Sanctifying the Day

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This: What it Means to be “To the Praise of His Glory”

Sanctifying the Day A Call to Worship “Just like yesterday, and the day before yesterday, and the day before yesterday’s yesterday,  and 46 years worth of yesterdays, and 2000 years of yesterdays, and for 100’s of millions of years in the future, our God is deserving of praise. For His faithfulness is from everlasting to … More This: What it Means to be “To the Praise of His Glory”

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