18 Verses, 1 Request: The Saddest Song in the Psalter

Read Psalm 88 Sometimes called the “saddest psalm in the psalter” Psalm 88 is a psalm of deepest despair. But it is despair out of which there is a beam of hope shining brightly in the midst of its gloom. The English Standard editors supply the following heading:  I Cry Out Day and Night Before … More 18 Verses, 1 Request: The Saddest Song in the Psalter

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What Revel’s “Bolero” Has in Common with Psalm 96

When you get to Psalm 96 in your reading through the Psalms, you have arrived at a Psalm intoxicated with the worthiness of God. The Psalmist knows his God and because he knows God he wants others to know Him. His Psalm is his invitation to the nations, to the all creation, to everything in … More What Revel’s “Bolero” Has in Common with Psalm 96

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Finding Who God Is

We had a wonderful worship service this morning at Pioneer Church. Pastor Trell Ross gave a powerful exposition of Luke 8:1-21. Pastor Brogan designed a cogent and praise filled liturgy for the service and Gabe Daugherty tied the service together using a sparsity of well-chosen words to lead us through repentance, confession, praise, assurance and … More Finding Who God Is

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He is Worthy

The revelation of the character of our God is all over the Bible. Psalm 15 was part of today’s meditation. Inferences from Psalm 15 concerning the character of God: That He is holy. That He is blameless. That He is a truth speaker. That He does no evil. That He despises vile things. That He … More He is Worthy

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