Be Alert

By Eastin Kandt, Nicholas Mayes, & Leslie Kandt Psalm 105:1-15, 42 Keep your eyes open for GOD, watch for his works; be alert for signs of his presence. Psalm 105:3-4 (The Message) Where do we see God today? in art being alone and quite praying to God taking walks in nature bacon music in people…

Strength Through God

By Bridgette Langford Psalm 150 Chapter 150 of Psalms verses 1-5 reminds us to always give thanks to God, sing unto to Him, and to rejoice always for the wonderful works of His hands. Knowing His  judgment is  Seeking His Glory, His strength and His face always. As I am about to close a chapter…

Thanks, Praise and Good News

By Lance Mayes Psalm 105 The first two verses in Psalm 105 encourage us to give thanks and sing praises to God and let the whole world know the wonderful things God does. Thanks, praise and Good News. We can do that! It is easy for us to give thanks and praise to God when…

Put Your Trust in God

By Nate Newell Psalm 27 King David writes in Psalm 27 “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life, oh whom shall I be afraid?” When people remember King David they often remember his great feats, and his courageous faith, but no one…

Follow and Trust

By Mike Elliot Psalm 27 I think that one of the most powerful verses in Psalm 27 is verse 14. “Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” Often in my life I can get impatient. I have all these plans for college, finances, friends, and family. Several times…

The Lord is My Light

[youtube height=”425″ width=”800″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-bMniVioPA[/youtube]   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…

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 David’s experience.  It is the experience of…

The Joy of Schadenfreude

By Ellen Di Giosia Psalm 17 “As for me, I will be vindicated and will see your face; when I awake, I will be satisfied with seeing your likeness.” Psalm 17:15 The other day I turned the car radio to the news – can you guess what was on? Election coverage. Election coverage. For an…

Honest Prayers and God’s Path

By Tasha Kane Psalm 17 When we read the Psalms, we see that King David prays to God in sorrow and joy, in fear and in triumph. He prays as if he is talking with his best friend without holding anything back. He reveals his most personal thoughts. In Psalm 17, David is scared and…