Tag Archives: Psalms

The hill is high.

If the pure in heart is that of a child’s, then mine must still exist somewhere underneath the scars and the dirt the cuts and the bruises longing to climb that hill and see God. The hill his high and … Continue reading

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Days 17, 18, 19: The Pursuit of Happiness

Enshrined in the preamble to the American “Declaration of Independence” is a phrase that is more metaphysical than political. Written during the Enlightenment era of human history, it reflects the values of the time in startling relief. It states: We … Continue reading

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Day 30: High-Fidelity

Psalm 31 (CEB)    For the music leader. A psalm of David.  1 I take refuge in you, LORD.     Please never let me be put to shame.        Rescue me by your righteousness!  2 Listen closely to me!     Deliver me quickly;        be a rock … Continue reading

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Lent, Day 4: Money, It’s a Gas

Psalm 49 Common English Bible (CEB) Psalm 49    For the music leader. A psalm of the Korahites.  1 Listen to this, all you people!   Listen closely,   all you citizens of the world— 2 people of every kind,   rich and poor alike!3 My mouth speaks wisdom;   my heart’s meditation … Continue reading

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