So in your affliction look to God for comfort and hope.
As humans beings, we have been created in the image of God to know Him personally and represent Him beautifully to the world.
Maybe you are at a low point in your life. Perhaps as a follower of Jesus you are experiencing difficulties in the workplace, challenges in building
In exile, God’s people ask, “How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a foreign land?”
As you reflect deeply on the steadfast love of the Lord, let it fuel your love for God and your neighbor.
The Lord alone is God. Let’s look to Him today for all of our needs.
Yesterday, we had the opportunity to bless the Lord at our in-person Sunday service and online, but the worship of God doesn’t end on Sunday.
We live in a time where the reflection of this unity between followers of Jesus is being challenged on multiple fronts.
When we read chapters like this one in the psalms, it’s a fresh reminder that the Bible is not a book about us.
Like a weaned child, we go through events in our lives that we don’t understand.