Category Archives: Psalms

July 24: What Not to Fear

Read Psalm 112 I used to love the tv show “What Not to Wear.” Two fashion experts would surprise unsuspecting people who needed wardrobe makeovers and offer each an entire closet-full of new clothes in exchange for their commitment to completely … Continue reading

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July 23: Melchiz-a-who?

Read Psalm 110  Inaugurations and coronations are typically formal events with their own share of pomp and circumstance. That was true in Old Testament Israel as well. Not only were kings crowned through anointing, but there was also the use … Continue reading

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July 22: His Love Endures Forever!

Read Psalm 107:1-40 His love endures forever! Amen! What a refreshing reminder in the very first verse of this Psalm of what seems to be the theme of our summer at Grace. These four words may seem like cliché verbiage … Continue reading

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July 21: Praise God! He Keeps His Promises!

Read Psalm 105 Psalm 105 encourages us as reader to give thanks and sing praise as we remember His wonders, miracles, and judgments of the past (vv. 1-5). Have you ever taken a tour of history and used it as … Continue reading

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July 20: Dear Soul, Don’t Forget.

Read Psalm 103 (A letter to my soul to not forget to praise the God who formed it.) Dear Soul, Sometimes you lose sight of who God is. You sometimes forget that He is good, that He’s worth every part … Continue reading

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July 19: Worship Anyway

Read Psalm 100 It had been a rough couple of weeks. No single major catastrophe, just a lot of little things nipping at my heels. I was discouraged. Feeling sorry for myself, really. So when I entered worship in the … Continue reading

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July 18: Worship Song

Read Psalm 98 It had been a difficult semester. My heart had been broken and my spirit was crushed. The middle of my senior year in college proved to be a defining one in which God let my brokenness take … Continue reading

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