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The Final Ascent, Psalm 134

Psalm 134 is the last within the Song of Ascents. Recall that in Psalm 132, God promises salvation in the Messiah and Psalm 133 impresses...

The Blessings of Unity, Psalm 133

In the previous Song of Ascent, Psalm 132, we find that the manifest presence of God always leads us to the Messiah, Jesus, our...

Covenantal Worship, Pt. 2 - Psalm 132

Yesterday we examined the beginning of Psalm 132, which focuses on God's covenant with His people. It is the first part of a responsive...

Covenantal Worship, Pt. 1 - Psalm 132

Psalm 132 is set up as a responsive reading. I feel the church has done itself a disservice by no longer participating in this activity...

Childlike Faith - Psalm 131

Having dealt with the issue of sin as we step into the presence of God, we must learn to trust Him, and our faith cannot be "adultlike,"...

Redemption from Sin - Psalm 130

Lest we become proud, exalting our nature above the wicked we lament against in Psalm 129, directly following it is Psalm 130, which...

Faith: A Matter of the Heart - Ps. 125

"Our help is in the Name of the Lord!" (Ps. 124:8). It's one thing to proclaim it, quite another to embrace it, to trust it, to live it....

God: Our Rescuer! Ps. 124

Yesterday, we recognized our need to individually lift our eyes to the throne, as well as corporately. However, we ended on a rather...

Lifting Our Eyes to the Throne - Psalm 123

While Psalm 122 deals with the collective aspect of worship, Psalm 123 deals with the need to deal with sin individually and corporately....

Entering His Gates - Ps. 122

Gates in ancient times fulfilled numerous roles. In addition to allowing one access to the city, gates were also a place where...

Lift Your Eyes - Ps. 121

The topography of Jerusalem is unique in that God, the Maker of Heaven and Earth, has inscribed His Name upon the mountains and valleys....

A Reason to Sing!

Along with Harvard, many European countries are studying the effects of singing on people's overall well-being and health. It has long...

My Giddy Smile

Several weeks ago, I shared how devastated I was as my husband left to prepare a place for the boys and me. We had no idea how long his...

Be Still My Soul

It has been over a week since Walter departed for Florida, and the ache that momentarily held me in its grip has passed. Still, at the...

I Died Today...

I died today and caught a glimpse of God. It wasn't an ordinary death. I died to myself and my desires; the glance I had of my Lord was...

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