Category Archives: Psalms

Lets Praise God With Freedom Of Emotion – Psalm 9

One of my favorite college subjects was Christian Spirituality. I remember one lecture extremely well, when we had a Greek Orthodox Professor take the class. He encouraged us to get deep into the Psalms as they will deepen our relationship … Continue reading

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Beside Still Waters.

My wife and I spent a weeks holiday on a houseboat last week. We hired the boat called Leo, from Paradise Afloat Houseboats, and spent 5 days exploring the mid – upper section of the Hawksbury River to the nth / … Continue reading

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Psalm 131 – a calming prayer.

I have had a stressful couple of days. Dealing with lawyers, deceit and injustice. Coupled with study commitments, my wife and I coping with the flu – the joys of the weekend seem to fleetingly far. Tonight I picked up the Bible … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Doubt and Lament

Peter Enns has written a great article about the power of doubt. In this article he talks about the dark night of the soul in how God strips from us our false knowledge of him and the idea that Christianity … Continue reading

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Psalms; Gods word or man’s word to God?

One of my favourite books is “How to read the Bible for all its worth” by Gordon Fee. I watched a video clip on some highlights of his teaching how to do this. One question he asked in this clip … Continue reading

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