Overall, the gloomy and dismal nature of verses two through eight in Psalm 75 remind us not only of God’s judgment of the wicked, but points us to the cross—our only hope as wicked, sinful creatures.
My greatest social media/fake news/online fear is that this new way of interacting with ideas is making us incredibly judgmental.
Daily Scripture TextsPsalm 139:1-12, 23-24Genesis 28:10-19aRomans 8:12-25Matthew 13:24-30, 36-40
Last summer, my husband’s grandma died. She was a good ol’ Kansas lady: born, raised, lived, and died for the majority of her lifetime in the …
Whether it's fresh cantaloupe or a shiny new car, a politician or a prophet, it might look great but be all wrong for us.
My heart desires so many things that are "by definition worthless." I know with my mind and say with my mouth that I want Christ to come first, but my actions show otherwise.
I wonder in the midst of the crazy, unknowns of life — the big unknowns, like placing a child for adoption, or the lesser unknowns, like where to park your car — how often we take the time to recognize the presence of God at work in the details of life.