Monthly Archives: June 2015

NUGGETS OF WISDOM

IT’S WORTH IT – The young traveler writing this psalm now shares with us another struggle he had in making sure he kept to the path that would lead to his reward as a good and faithful servant of God. … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

STRUGGLING TO DO GOD’S WILL – The young self-described pilgrim in this psalm continues sharing his story, and focuses on the temptations that arose during his journey. He learned very quickly that when you get your eyes off the road, … Continue reading

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POINTS TO PONDER

Ever wonder why some people’s friends at work or school don’t take them seriously as born again Christians? That’s because they don’t see them at worship, with their hands held high, their eyes closed, clapping their hands, and their voices … Continue reading

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SERENDIPITY FOR SATURDAY

When Adam and Eve sinned in the garden, their moral compass was broken; the needle of their minds and consciences no long pointed toward God so they could choose the right direction. That’s why God decided to legislate laws so … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

DON’T BE SCARED TO ASK FOR HELP – The young man in this psalm continues his story about the emotional, psychological, and spiritual struggles he went through trying to get a better understanding of why God called him and gave … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

EMBARRASSED TO ASK FOR DIRECTIONS – This longest psalm in the Psalter is the story of a young man’s spiritual journey, and how he fought to maintain his faith while under severe persecution. Each section contains a small vignette describing … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

LOVE WITH NO EXPIRATION DATE – These are the last two psalms sung following the Passover Meal after raising the third cup of wine. The shorter one (117) was often used as a prayerful hymn to introduce observances and festivals … Continue reading

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