Fear Not

By Jennie Mayes Luke 2:8-10 “There were sheepherders camping in the neighborhood. They had set night watches over their sheep. Suddenly, God’s angel stood among them and God’s glory blazed around them. They were terrified. The angel said, “Don’t be afraid. I’m here to announce a...
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The Lord is My Light

  By Lance Mayes Psalm 27 It is easy to be afraid; we have so much to be afraid of — at least that’s what they tell us. We need to be afraid of North Korea. We need to be afraid of ISIS. We need to be afraid of foreign and domestic terrorists. We need to be afraid of those...
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The S-L-S of Worship

By Erica Hanchey Psalm 27 In Psalm 27, David calls upon his experiences of strife, war, and fear in the face of his enemies. He expresses, through prayer and song, his heartfelt desire to worship, even in the midst of war, personal battles, and fear. It isn’t just...
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God’s Protection

By Leslie Kandt Psalm 91:1-2, 9-16 “The Lord says, ‘If someone trusts me, I will save them. I will protect my followers who call to me for help.'” (Psalm 91:14) These words seem so simple, yet so deep and meaningful, right? It brings a sense of comfort and love...
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Pain, Fears and Doubts

By David Goree Psalm 22 Years ago I was in a play at Manor Baptist Church. The play had two characters: Simon Peter and Judas Iscariot. I played Judas. The play portrayed the two disciples meeting after they had each betrayed the Lord in their own ways. Let me tell you: it was...
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Listen and Run

By Paul Goodman Luke 2:11-14 In the darkness, an angel of God appeared to shepherds. They were terrified, but the angel told them not to be afraid and that a Savior had been born, a baby. A choir joined the angel. They sang praise to God and Peace to all who please God. I like to...
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