This is a time when looking up the history of a word yields a big payoff. David literally wrote not paths of righteousness, but ruts of righteousness.
May these thoughts about God’s provision for us open our eyes to the thoroughness of God’s provision in times of crisis.Read more
Playing music backwards works – the cowboy finds his dog, his truck gets fixed, then his girl comes home. It’s an old joke, but what a concept! If we could only pull it off in real life. But we can’t play real life backwards. All we have is forwards. And that’s where God comes in.Read more
These relections on Pssalm 23will open your eyes to the impact of God’s shepherding presence.Read more
King David, the author of Psalm 23, wrote using clues to signal his point. Read on to know the secret at the center of this Psalm.Read more
A focus on the noxious robs us of noticing what nourishes us. (A mind set on what’s wrong bears ugly fruit.) How to resist? See Philippians 4:8.
I spit my pain out at God: “It’s not supposed to be this hard!” His response startled me: “You’re right. But not yet.”Read more