Category Archives: Psalms

First World Problems!

Why does it seem that people in developing countries trust God and praise Him with more passion than people in the western world? That was the question raised during a recent women’s Bible study on Psalm 33. Asked another way, … Continue reading

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Pleasure Seekers

To many people, the pursuit of pleasure and being fully devoted to God are mutually exclusive endeavors. If we are truthful we are people who believe that pleasure is found anywhere and everywhere but in God.Yet the testimony of Scripture … Continue reading

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The Pursuit of Pleasure

This week our Songs Along the Way class considered Psalm 16. The Psalmist makes a stunning declaration in verse 2 and verse 11. For him, maximum joy and pleasure is found in pursuing his relationship with God.  The following Daily … Continue reading

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Like A Tree–Psalm 1

In week one of “Songs Along the Way” we considered how Psalm 1 contrasts the “two ways” of life.  The way of the wise was described as a tree planted by a stream.  The way of the wicked described as … Continue reading

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Psalms–Songs Along the Way

Kathleen Buswell Nielson believes that our basic problem in Bible studies is that we have forgotten how to read.  We are often in too much of a hurry and want to rush into the Bible–grab some ready wrapped truth like … Continue reading

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