Monthly Archive: July, 2018

Thoughts On The Lord’s Supper 5

Applying lotion to my hands recently, and tried to go to the garage… I couldn’t open the door. It wasn’t locked, mind you…but it might as well have been— I couldn’t twist the… Continue reading

Joy (In Christ) In Suffering (Psalm 27)

We continue swimming in the Psalms this summer by diving into Psalm 27, one of my favorites: Psalm 27 Of David. 1 The Lord is my light and my salvation—whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my… Continue reading

Swimming In The Psalms: Responding To Our Sin (Psalm 51)

Psalm 51 For the director of music. A psalm of David. When the prophet Nathan came to him after David had committed adultery with Bathsheba. 1 Have mercy on me, O God, according to your… Continue reading

Return To Your Rest, My Soul (Psalm 116:7)

We continue to dive into different Psalms this summer to encourage us to read them on our own regularly. Psalms are powerful examples of people praising the LORD in their trials, trusting Him… Continue reading

Back To Kindergarten: The Purpose Of Sunday Morning Worship

My dear friends, we must sometimes pause & ask, “Why go to a local church on a Sunday morning? Why do we sing songs of worship to the LORD?” Come To Church Desperate… Continue reading

What God Has Been Teaching Me Lately LXXV (75)…

Greetings My Friends~ As a simple pilgrim following the Lord Jesus through the rainforests and deserts of this earthly life, I would like to humbly share some of what God has been bubbling… Continue reading

Sweet Quotes That Help Me Grow Closer To King Jesus 22

Self is an unpleasant subject for study, anatomy is nothing to it: to dissect a corpse is not half so disagreeable as to examine your own character. Charles Spurgeon “Let the first words… Continue reading