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In the fourth verse of Psalm 23, we discover two great transitions in how the Good Shepherd cares for his sheep. The first is a change of location in the sheep’s life, and the second is a change in the relationship of the sheep and his Shepherd. What do these transitions look like in the…
In the third verse of Psalm 23, we find two aspects of care of our Good Shepherd. In the way He restores us, and in the way He leads us. Each of these acts of care remind us of our own helplessness, but also of our security in Him.
Today we’re going to sit at the feet of David as he tells his story of the special way in which his Heavenly Father cares for him. It’s the story of the good care of his Shepherd.
In Psalm 78, Asaph the prophet tells the children of Israel a story. It’s a story of God’s goodness and faithfulness to his children. In his story, there’s an unexpected plot twist. It unfolds a powerful truth that helps us as we also become storytellers to our children.
In Psalm 18, David reflects back to the many times that God delivered him from the hand of King Saul. In doing so, he reminds us of God’s power in delivering us from our troubles, as well as His grace in helping us as we endure them.
In Psalm 8 David tells us the story found in the night sky. “The heavens declare the glory of God.” But where does man fit into this epic story? Today we discover that Psalm 8 is just the first part of an amazing story revealing the very reason for the purpose of our existence.
Psalm 3 shows us what it looks like when your trust in God has matured into confidence in God. While there are many similarities in this psalm to David’s other psalms, there is one thing that’s missing. What is it? What does it reveal about David? And how does it help you?
As we start looking at the first book of Psalms, we start noticing something unnerving. Trouble. A lot of it. David is surrounded by difficulty. How are we to see the trouble David experiences in light of the blessedness of those who walk the righteous path in Psalm 1 and 2? This is where it…
In the second introductory psalm, we find the epic story revealed throughout all of the Psalms, the story not just of King David, but a greater King. This story is told from four speakers who will reveal the King Who will rule all of creation, whose kingdom will never end.
Happy Mother’s Day! Sometimes, inviting your children to help you with a fun task like making cookies can be a little more work than just doing it yourself. But working together also brings you closer to one another. In the same way, God graciously gives us the opportunity to work with Him!