To thirst for God, to seek after His teachings and long for His presence, is to adopt the posture of the psalmist in Psalm 119.
Daily Scripture TextsPsalm 89:1-4, 15-18Luke 17:1-4Jeremiah 28:1-4
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When we worship, we tell God’s story back to Him. We sing and declare praises of who God is and what He has done.
How can you let the Bible read you today, rather than merely the other way around?
The Protestant reformers’ almost frenetic attention to THE Word has left a powerful legacy. This power lies not in a onetime, long gone Reformation, but an ongoing process of continual reassessment and development of new biblical criticisms, new ways of reading the texts.
One emerging field of Reformation studies in particular focuses on the manner in which various Reformers made use of the popular media of the time, as a means of communicating their message to the masses.