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A Resource for Praying the Psalms

In recent days, several wonderful devotional books have been written on the Psalms. One notable example that I am presenting using is Tim and Kathy Keller’s,  128 more words

Devotional Thoughts

For 9/11

On Sunday, September 17, 2001, the Sunday after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centers and the Pentagon, our pastor came to the pulpit, opened his bible and read, “The fool has said in his heart, there is no God…”  With those words, my heart was raised back up and I knew – God was (and is) in control. 1,268 more words


Hand to the Plow / Why Pray / A Prayer from Psalm 9

A Prayer from Psalm 9

My Father, I will thank You with all my heart – with all that I am! Oh, do not let my lips be silent, but let me continually speak of all Your wonders. 400 more words


Christian, don't have a 'quiet' time

Christians shouldn’t have ‘quiet’ times … Make it a noisy time where you really get verbal and tell your Heavenly Father the stuff that you can’t say in front of any other soul. 22 more words


Benefits of Praying the Psalms

I am always praying the Psalms and encouraging others to do likewise, as this short, succinct article discusses (see below) …  

1. If you wish you prayed better, with more heart, with words worthy of God, learn the psalms. 740 more words


July morning

July morning
and praying the Psalms . . .
bird songs

in loving memory

for Irma Alice Brandt
September 4, 1916 – July 11, 2016

by Ellen Grace Olinger


Pastor Haydn’s Devotion – When Worshipping God 'Makes' You Groan (17th of July 2016)

One of the best things about the prayers in the Psalms is that they do not hold back, and the person praying is able to unload onto God how he really really feels in all brute, ruthless honesty without pretence or ‘cherries on the top’.   847 more words

2016 Devotions