Originally, when I made this blog study, I wanted it to be a weekly Sunday night posting. Something to encourage us to spur on in our study of the Psalms of Ascent. Then, I got a little behind… *ehem* a lot behind. If my math is correct, we should be on week # 5. Theoretically,…… Continue reading Finding Real Blessedness (Ps. 128:1)
“But when you do these righteous acts, do not do them in front of spectators. Don’t do them where you can be seen, let alone lauded, by others. If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.” – Matthew 6:1, VOICE Scripture reminds us that we need to be careful how…… Continue reading Matthew 6: Motives and Motions of Worship
To walk in silence. Part of me thinks, “This is my gift to the world.” If I am particularly moody or uneasy in my circumstances, my trials, you might think so too. It goes with our theme of defining complaining and weaving ways to live for (and please) Jesus, our great Savior. Scripture reminds us…… Continue reading Walk in Silence in Trials
Starting the beginning of March, I am going to be careful to not exceed one post per a day. I know often, I post much more than that. I get excited. I want to instantly share with all of you my friends. This is going to change beginning this new month (March 2015). I want…… Continue reading Annoucement: Starting in March
For the next two weeks, I am going through “The Best Yes” alongside a certain set of Scriptures to help me gain deeper insight from this study. Today’s Scripture is Proverbs 22:3. “A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.” Are we going to be people that are aware, and…… Continue reading The Prudent…Foresee the Danger and Take Precautions.