Three Times a Day I Cry Out (Psalm 55, Weekly Word)

For our Friday Psalm, we are skipping ahead to Psalm 55.  Go ahead and read it. The first fifteen verses of this Psalm reveal a man in anguish and despair.  Apparently a close friend of David's has betrayed him, which hurts more than any attacks from his enemies.  Following this he writes: 16 As for … Continue reading Three Times a Day I Cry Out (Psalm 55, Weekly Word)

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The Fool and Getting Away With It – Psalm 14 (Weekly Word)

Read Psalm 14 The fool says in his heart,     “There is no God.” They are corrupt, their deeds are vile;     there is no one who does good. Psalm 14 begins with this declaration that appears rather confrontational.  Calling people "fools" is not the best way to get them to listen to your point of view.  … Continue reading The Fool and Getting Away With It – Psalm 14 (Weekly Word)

Should Christians be searching for further Experiences of the Holy Spirit? (Weekly Word)

This summer I am going to dedicate each Friday to questions that students have asked me about God, faith and such.  Some of these questions come were forwarded to me from Christian students or their skeptical friends.  Others are questions that I have been asked in some way, shape or form many times.  I do … Continue reading Should Christians be searching for further Experiences of the Holy Spirit? (Weekly Word)