Category Archives: Psalms

December 4: Depressed

Read Psalm 55 It has been almost 17 years since we started attending Grace. Several things attracted us at that time, and one of the vivid memories that I have is about the study the class was having when we … Continue reading

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November 9: It is a Real World!

Read Psalm 148:1-14 The Lord is to be praised! One cannot read this psalm without recognizing that.  Clearly, God has designed that every created entity was designed for His adulation.  You probably noticed that this is not only a responsibility … Continue reading

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August 30: Pivoting Towards Faith and Rest

Read Psalm 95:1-11 As we wrap up this week’s focus on pivotal circumstances that catalyze increased faith, you need to remind ourselves that all of your circumstances have pivotal, even polarizing potential.  You have probably noticed that with others. Two … Continue reading

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August 6: Practical from A to Z

Read Psalm 119:89-120 Psalm 119 is a unique chapter of the Bible.  With 176 verses, it is the longest chapter.  But its author also wrote it “acrostically.”  In other words, the chapter is written in twenty-two, eight verse segments.  In … Continue reading

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July 18: Mount Zion

Read Psalm 48:1-14 It’s wedding season. You may be going to or are a part of planning one this summer if you haven’t already! On top of that, at Grace Church this week, we’ve been talking about the brutally honest … Continue reading

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June 5: The Discipline of Delayed Gratification

Read Psalm 37 The online encyclopedia Wikipedia defines delayed gratification as the ability to resist the temptation for an immediate reward and wait for a later reward. It states, Generally, delayed gratification is associated with resisting a smaller but more immediate reward in … Continue reading

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June 2: The Habit of Knowing God’s Word

Read Psalm 119:1-32 I recently read something suggesting that if I were to read one hour a day in any chosen field, it would make me an international expert on that subject. It got me thinking. What if my “chosen … Continue reading

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