All this week I am posting a brief series in three movements: A morning praise to greet the day A mid-day praise to remind our hearts of our God’s greatness An evening praise to finish off the day Most of these will be infused with the language of the psalms based on a 30 day … More A Sabbath Week of Praise — Tuesday
[Listen to the sound file while you read — two inches to the right of this line on this page, marked “Aubre’s Gift”] An Evening Devotion for Good Friday of Holy Week The Savior Tastes Bitter Wine. Adapted from the accounts of Ps 69; Mt 27:48; Mk 15:35-36; Jn 19:28-30 Jesus thirsts. And some of … More What Love Looks Like on a Bad Friday
Part of the “Poetry Project”* Read Psalm 69 Psalm 69 and 70 were the evening readings on the schedule last night (three nights ago). I read two verses that I don’t remember reading in the other 200 plus times I have read the book of Psalms. Of course, that last sentence is both improbable and … More When Friends Fail You
Monday is for Thinking ISIS, unfortunately, is not going to go away over night, unless Jesus comes back and puts an end to all war. That day will come but until it does, Christians need to think and pray hard about how should we live in a world with ISIS and how do we, as … More Should We Pray for ISIS to be Destroyed or Saved?
Tuesday is for Preaching Here’s a great text for all preachers to adopt as both their prayer and goal for ministry. On second thought, this is a great prayer for any believer in Christ to pray. Psalm 69:6 (ESV) 6 Let not those who hope in you be put to shame through … More A Preacher’s Prayer: Scratch that, A Believer’s Prayer