Month: February 2019

The Psalm when all seems to give way

Psalm 11:3, “If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?” That’s a question. What can we do when all seems to be going awry? When the wicked prosper and hate righteousness. When lies abound. You can fill in the blank for your… Continue Reading “The Psalm when all seems to give way”

Giving God no Rest

“On your walls, O Jerusalem I have set watchmen All the day and all the night they shall never be silent You who put the Lord in remembrance take no rest And give him no rest until He establishes Jerusalem and makes it a… Continue Reading “Giving God no Rest”

Addicted to Outrage? Read this

Ever since I became aware of our corporate American addiction to outrage and tribalism, coupled with a lack of listening skills, my ears perk up when anything helpful appears. Our hubris about our opinions is a hard topic to address successfully. How do you… Continue Reading “Addicted to Outrage? Read this”

Be careful how you listen

While I was reading the gospel of Mark this morning I noticed the various responses to Jesus’ teaching and deeds. Of course, seeing him in person must have been amazing, but hearing his voice in the Scripture is just as fabulous according to the… Continue Reading “Be careful how you listen”