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Daily Riches: The Transformational Power of the Psalms (Philip Yancey, Anatoly Shcharansky, Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Walter Brueggemann)

“In 1977, at the height of the Cold War, Anatoly Shcharansky, a brilliant young mathematician and chess player, was arrested by the KGB for his repeated attempts to emigrate to Israel. 436 more words


two quiet poems

praying the Psalms
old rose bush leans
against evergreens

raindrop sparkles
on green leaf
day of rest


Praise and Hope

In a previous post I quoted from the Contemporary English Version (CEV) of the Holy Bible.  My well-worn copy is THE PROMISE, copyright 1995, Thomas Nelson, Inc.  197 more words


Psalm 85: 10 (CEV)

Love and loyalty will come together;
goodness and peace will unite.

Psalm 85: 10
Contemporary English Version
1995, American Bible Society

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Generations Of Faith

I will sing unto the Lord - Psalm 104

Ferns uncurling — an image I look forward to each year.  They are everywhere.

Lilacs budding — purple and white. 

A field of marsh marigolds — another welcome yellow. 72 more words


Ellen Grace Olinger reblogged this on Poems From Psalms And Nature and commented:

Grateful for today, and looking forward to the ferns in May

fountain in warm rain

fountain in warm rain
reading the Psalms aloud
refreshes my mind

Unto thee lift I up mine eyes,
O thou that dwellest in the heavens.

Psalm 123: 1 (KJV)


Ellen Grace Olinger reblogged this on Haiku Prayers - Poetry And Other Art and commented:

Another post from 2012