Being known is both wonderful and frightening. Will others still love me if they knew what was on the inside? Psalm 139 celebrates a God who knows us and still loves us.
Our lives are filled with seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Where will we find help to make it? Psalm 121 reminds us we have a God who is our helper.
We live in a world where most things have a limited shelf life. There is one thing that never expires: the love God has for. That is worth giving thanks for. From Psalm 136.
With only hours to live, Jesus and his disciples sang a song together. What was that song? How is it possible to sing of life while facing death? Psalm 118 has an answer.
How big is big? David uses everything he can think of to describe to us how big is God’s love. Psalm 103 invites us to consider this massive gift and how it benefits us.
We gather regularly for the praise of God on Sunday. But it’s easy to let life rob us of that joy. Can we still have that same spirit of praise on Wednesday? Psalm 95 is an invitation to worship, but also a warning not to learn the hard way.
If you could spend one day anywhere, where would it be? For the writer of Psalm 84 the answer is clear: anywhere God is.
Joy is a universally sought after emotion. As Christians, not only do we want it for ourselves, but we want the world to know it also. Psalm 66 & 67 are the invitation.
There are times when our soul feels parched. What do you do to find relief and hope again? Psalm 42 offers us guidance.
Coverups are usually brought into the light. In Psalm 32 and 51 David encourages us to join him in finding freedom from the darkness.
Where do you go to find safety in the storm? Psalm 27 offers us the way.
The heavens declare the glory of God. Am I listening? Thoughts from Psalm 19.