Monthly Archives: March 2019

The Lord is My Shepherd – Psalm 23

Today we look at the most popular Old Testament passage.  This Psalm has been quoted in fox holes and in funerals. Presidents have used it to help a grieving nation; Lincoln read it during the Civil War and George Bush … Continue reading

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The Shelter of God’s Word – Psalm 1

A young man was learning to skydive and was so excited that he would get to do his first solo jump. Before his solo jump, he was given these instructions, “You’ve seen how this works, jump when you are told. … Continue reading

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Storm Shelter – Introduction to Psalms

How often you check the weather forecast? I find myself doing this often to be prepared for rain, sleet, wind or storms. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were an app giving a forecast for the real storms of life?  … Continue reading

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God is With Us – The Tabernacle, Ex. 40

This week we’re wrapping up Exodus and it ends on a positive note.  Last week, we examined the Golden Calf debacle, a real low point for the people of God.  Many of you know that I attended Texas A&M and … Continue reading

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