A very good reminder that we are all lost and vulnerable without God. From PlaceforTruth.org………
Our Rock and Our Refuge
This is a very encouraging examination of the spiritual jewels to be found in Psalm 18. From PlaceforTruth.org……….
The King Who Longed for God’s Presence
King David was an amazing though flawed man. And even though history and the Bible tell us David was a great and powerful King, he would rather be in God’s house than in his own ornate palace. From Crosswalk.com………
20 Psalms to Read When Life Is Hard
The Psalms are so amazing because, taken as a whole, they pretty much cover all human emotions and their relationship with God. This article provides a list and overview of 20 psalms to go to in life’s more difficult times. From Crosswalk.com…………
How to Pray When the Wicked Prosper: Wisdom From the Psalms
Sometimes, circumstances in our lives and in the world can hinder our desire to pray. And one of those circumstances is seeing the apparent prosperity of the wicked around us. But the Psalms already addressed this issue over 300o years ago! From Anchored in Christ…………………….
The Importance of the Book of Psalms According to Dallas Willard
The power of the Book of Psalms
Still today the Old Testament Book of Psalms gives great power for faith and life. This is simply because it preserves a conceptually rich language about God and our relationships to Him. If you bury yourself in Psalms, you emerge knowing God and understanding life.
And that is by no means a matter, as some suggest, of the “poetic effect” of the great language. No mere emotional lift is involved. What makes the language great and provides the emotional lift is chiefly its picture of God and of life. We learn from the Psalms how to think and act in reference to God. We drink in God and God’s world from them. They provide a vocabulary for living Godward, one inspired by God Himself. They show us who God is, and that expands and lifts and directs our minds and hearts.
From The Divine Conspiracy: Rediscovering Our Hidden Life in God. Copyright © 1997 by Dallas Willard. All rights reserved. Used with permission of HarperCollins Publishers.
THE STORY OF THE KING: PSALM 2 FOR HOLY WEEK
This article demonstrates how the various authors of the New Testament used Psalm 2 to explain the events of Holy Week. From Exegetical Tools…………………..
Psalm 103 And The Compassion of God
This is a beautiful and uplifting look at Psalm 103 and how it extols the Fatherhood of God. From Christian Crier……………….
10 Artists with Worship Albums Based on the Psalms
For the care of our souls and spirits, here are some suggestions on some Christian artists with albums that focus on the Psalms. Give them a listen! From Anchored in Christ……………..