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The Spiritual Disciplines: Eating the Scroll

A strange event occurs at the beginning of the prophet Ezekiel’s ministry. The first three chapters of the book of Ezekiel recount a surprising encounter that Ezekiel has with God along the shore of a canal in Babylon. 1,626 more words

Old Testament

day 52 - put a psalm in my heart

Today we complete our reading of the longest psalm (Psalm 119.145-176) and the words of songs old and new spring to mind.

“… you teach me your decrees. 134 more words


day 51 - put a psalm in my heart

Today we read Psalm 119.105-144 and focus on three significant thoughts.

Morning: read Psalm 119.105-120.

“Accept, Lord, the willing praise of my mouth, and teach me your laws.” 246 more words


day 50 - put a psalm in my heart

This morning we ask of God, wonder at noon if he’s gone AWOL, and then discover he has answered us in the evening (Psalm 119.73-104… 326 more words


Psalm 119 – Tsadhe

(Tsadhe is the eighteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet)

God is righteous – perfect. God’s word is right.
God’s word is perfect and fully trustworthy – constant, changeless, perfectly fair. 105 more words


day 49 - put a psalm in my heart

Today, we ponder an excerpt of a careful composition (Psalm 119.33-72) and this preacher’s comments on it are exceedingly random, having only the thought of paying close attention tying the remarks together. 601 more words


day 48 - put a psalm in my heart

Today, we begin the beauty of learning, and re-learning, our ABC’s (Psalm 119.1-32).*

Morning: read Psalm 119.1-16. Knowledge, by itself, is at best, a dead end street; at worst, an elevated freeway to pride. 708 more words