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Prayer from Psalm 47: King

This entry is part 47 of 158 in the series Prayers from the Psalms

This entry is part 47 of 158 in the series Prayers from the Psalms   God, I’m urging the United Nations to give you a standing ovation. I’m hoping that all heads of state will bow before you. Because you are the King over all the earth. I’m traveling to London, Washington, Moscow and Baghdad […]

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Finding the Presence & Purpose of God on the Way

  I recently spent some time walking a Christian labyrinth. Christian labyrinths came about because not every Christian could make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Thus labyrinths were developed as a way of creating a mini-pilgrimage by which a Christian could journey with God. This idea of life as a journey is an ancient […]

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Why Silence Matters (30 Days of (Mostly) Silence: Preparing)

This entry is part 2 of 27 in the series 30 Days of (Mostly) Silence

This entry is part 2 of 27 in the series 30 Days of (Mostly) Silence   Psalm 4 presents one of the most practical reasons for practicing silence.  David appears to be writing these words in the evening.  He’s either writing to himself or to men with him.  It’s nearly bedtime.  And it’s been a […]

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Prayer from Psalm 18: Rescued

This entry is part 18 of 158 in the series Prayers from the Psalms

This entry is part 18 of 158 in the series Prayers from the Psalms   Lord, things could not have been worse. The waters of that unexpected conflict, of that bitter disappointment, of that painful loss were up to my neck. Each time I went under, I cried out to you. And you heard me.  You answered […]

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