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Written by Dee Brestin  
Posted on 19 October 2014
How I love Psalm 42. It has brought me such strength when all His waves and billows are sweeping me over me. We have done this psalm before, and will do again, for it is ever needed and ever new. Recently, on this blog, we completed the first book in the Psalter, and now we will begin, until the time of Thanksgiving and Advent, the second book in the Psalter. It begins with “nine songs of the sons of Korah,” so we should expect some great music inspired by these psalms. My favorite psalm (at least right now!) is Psalm 42, and its heart cry and dialogue with the soul continues on into Psalm 43. This is a famous psalm — many great pieces of music, even a whole classical hour by Mendelssohn, have been inspired by it. Why does […]
 
Written by Dave Almack  
Posted on 18 October 2014
I live in a great city. God is on the move in Philadelphia and He is working in many different contexts. In Revelation 3, God speaking through the Apostle John writes the following to the church of Ph [...]
 
Written by Andrew T. Le Peau  
Posted on 16 October 2014

I met David Skeel just before theNew York Timesarticlecame out earlier this month about his friendship with an atheist colleague at the University of Pennsylvania.

WhatI didn't know when I met David wa [...]

 
Written by Selma Wilson  
Posted on 15 October 2014
Maybe because I am getting older, I am more aware of my own energy level. In recent years, I have become more guarded in what I give my energy to. It has been easier for me to say “no” to certain things because the energy required is more than I am willing to give. Are […]
 
Written by Brian Zahnd  
Posted on 14 October 2014

Every Grain of Sand Brian Zahnd In the fury of the moment I can see the Master’s hand In every […]

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