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)
In December of 2009 or thereabouts, my son, Marty Schoenleber III (aka Marty S. Dalton), put a video up on Youtube.com. It inspired me to keep working on a project I thought of a couple of years ago. The idea is to write a poem of personal reflection for each Psalm in the Psalter. Here are some … More Praise is Meaningless
Sanctifying the Day — Serving Our Community Only God has clean hands. Only He can cleanse us. And He delights to do so when we call out to Him. A Call to Worship — . “We give thanks to You, O God; we give thanks, for Your name is near. And so we recount Your … More Cleansing Requires Clean Hands
Sanctifying the Day — When the Past is No More His Love will Remain (Some of you may have noticed that I’m from Philly! Don’t let it distract you.) A Call to Worship — . “His steadfast love pursues us. even when we are unaware. His love is everlasting and endures through all the sorrows … More A Love that Never Ends
Santifying the Night — The Refuge of God “O Lord, in You we have taken refuge all this day, in You we have placed all our trust, and You have carried us through the day. Now Lord, as we end this day we give You praise and once again and confess our need for Your … More The Refuge of God
Part of the Poetry Project (poetic reflections on the poetry of God) Read Psalm 27 On my sister’s birthday (4/4), The Gospel Coalition invited the world to spend a day in prayer and fasting for the pandemic called Covid19 virus but also for the advance of the gospel that meets the deepest needs of all … More One Thing – What is it?