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Psalm 119:153-160

Psalm 119:153-160 all begin with resh (ר).

Look at my afflictions and rescue me
for I do not forget your laws.

Plead my legal cause and redeem me…

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Psalms

The Heart of the Law; Psalm 119, part 2

Part I: Psalm 119:1-32

In the previous post we looked at how God’s Law brings joy to the life of a believer; continuing through Psalm 119, lets now explore the practical side of the Law. 704 more words

Psalms

Hope Rises

Continuing the Devotional Poem, On Word, Law and Life, based on Psalm 119.

Psalm 119:  57-64

Hope Rises, Hope is High

Hope. I have hope. 138 more words

Poetry, Reflecting On Scripture

The heart of Lutheran spirituality: oratio, meditatio, tentatio

As I mentioned in my previous post, Gaylin Schmeling in his essay Lutheran Spirituality and the Pastor (PDF) describes Luther’s phrase “oratio, meditatio, tentatio” 837 more words

Theology

A Torch to My Feet

Your word is a lamp to my feet,
and a light to my path.

Health and Safety both waited in the car park tonight as I played sherpa to 12 teenagers wearing hoodies and trainers as we ascended a slippery Conic Hill in the rain… in pitch black darkness. 933 more words

Bible

Psalm 119:57-64 - Living Our Faith

Psalm 119:57-64 (NIV)

ח Heth

57 You are my portion, Lord;
I have promised to obey your words.
58 I have sought your face with all my heart;

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Daily Meditations