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If you have tasted that the Lord is good

Why does Peter quote a Psalm of David to Christian believers in the First Century?

1 Peter 2:1–3 (ESV)

2 So put away all malice and all deceit and hypocrisy and envy and all slander.

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not alone

Reading 1 Samuel 21 I am a little bewildered.  David behavior isn’t adding up to what I think “a man after God’s own heart” should be behaving like.   453 more words


Psalm 34: I Will Bless the LORD at all times...

This is a very beautiful Psalm, full of faith and trust, and of the importance of a reverential fear of the LORD for who he is.  401 more words


Just A Plate Of Cookies?

As a brand-new wife, I was eager to please my husband with my cooking abilities. I had big shoes to fill since my mother-in-law was an excellent cook. 529 more words


The Cry of the Poor

The Psalm response for today’s Liturgy of the Word sings out from Psalm 34: “The Lord hears the cry of the poor…” Upon hearing that, I am reminded of all the materially poor in the world and refugees who have nothing but what they can carry, those who may now have the safety of resettlement but are still bereft of any familiarity with place or persons with whom they had shared life. 289 more words

O Taste and See that the Lord is good {dispelling depression during the holidays}

Those moments come… and you hope they go. You hope they flee more quickly than they settled over your head, your heart, your soul. The darkness creeps in again and you find yourself lost inside your own thoughts… and numb. 548 more words