Join me on this uncertain week in our world, we turn to the next three Psalms, which remind of us God’s faithfulness to His people.
Are we called by God? Do we understand our calling any more clearly by way of Isaiah’s?
Jim Krenning shares from Psalms 22-24 — some of the most familiar words in the Psalms — this week as we continue our exploration of the Psalms this year.
How do we understand ourselves in relationship to God? Isaiah 6 challenges us to think about that.
Melanie leads us into Psalms 19-21 tonight as we continue exploring the Psalms and what they tell us about our God.
To love someone, and to have those feelings returned — romantically or platonically — is a beautiful thing. And there is much joy to be found in it. But the everyday level of actually loving differs greatly from what has come to be the airy concept of love. Cupid’s bows and love without obstacles make for pleasant fairytales, but real love requires work and self-sacrifice.
A beautiful essay on love, reflecting on one of the best episodes in all of Trek. It nails the powerful picture of love and friendship in “Measure of a Man,” where Cmdr. Riker must take up the role of prosecutor against his friend Data in a place that lacks one or Data will receive a devastating summary judgment in lieu of a trial. Riker has to choose between the comfortable, but self-preserving path versus a deeply personally painful route that offers Data hope:
It’s also about how we love when we are stuck between difficult choices. How we love when that loving gives us back precious little but pain.
We as humans are called to do this, but it is mighty hard. Yet, we learn how to do it more as we follow the Savior who perfectly demonstrates what we can only achieve through Him in this life.
As we live as Christians, we face struggles and opposition. Shouldn’t life be easier? Should we find a way to make it easier?
I turn to Psalms 16-18 that point us to the lasting treasure of God’s love on tonight’s “This Week at Little Hills.”
Sometimes the deck appears to stacked and it’s hard to see how life will do anything but go from bad to worse. How do we have joy then?
Join us as the Psalminizers come together for a discussion about the problems of life and the solution in Psalms 13-15.