Today’s reading Psalm 1:1-3.
I often forget the simplicity of this passage. If you get the chance, just read the entire Psalm. It’s nourishing. For me, however, it’s practical. Continue reading
The congregation of our church, Hanna’s Creek Christian Church, has been challenged to pray through the 23rd Psalm for a month. While I’m generally not a big fan of challenges based on my long history of failing, I accidentally committed to this one. I guess that’s what you get for not listening fully to what the pastor is saying. Either way, it’s pretty hard to begrudge the words of David inspired by God as an opportunity to talk with God. So, I’m not really complaining, just pointing out how I get in these situations. Continue reading
Honestly, I’m tired and vaguely stressed by the balance of work and family today. This is the internal playlist on endless loop right now. Continue reading
I’ve been away to a conference that’s required most of my brain for a few days. It was one of those “learn everything you can” deals for librarians. Reading this passage reminded me that there are different types of learning librarians. Continue reading
Today’s Bible reading, Psalm 27:13 – 14, can be found here.
There’s been a series on NPR recently about the afterlife and the beliefs of different religions. I haven’t listened to all of them, but I was particularly interested in what the invited atheist had to say. Meanwhile, on social media, there’s been a discussion about how to reconcile the existence of God with the problem of evil. Continue reading