Posts with the tag “psalms”

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Less About Me. More About God. | by Chassidy Rogers
July 28th, 2020
The soundtrack of my childhood is varied. Thanks to my mother, with her strong alto voice, eclectic taste in music, and habit of singing while cooking, cleaning, and basically every other daily activi...  Read More
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Longer Than the Whole Love Song of Solomon | by John Rogers
July 24th, 2020
My wife and I have the privilege of working together part-time at a private Christian School. The school sits on land that had been previously owned by a farming family, therefore, the main hub of thi...  Read More
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"I Don't Want a god I Have to Clothe!" | by Chassidy Rogers
July 23rd, 2020
I was 18 years old, an ocean away from home, and I’d never seen anything like it before. The small Texas town where I grew up had a church on every corner. Now, I was surrounded by temples and shrines...  Read More
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Because God did not Spare his Own Son | by John Rogers
July 22nd, 2020
Psalm 103 opens with a summons to our soul to bless the LORD. To bless his holy name and to remember all his many benefits. But why have we received even one benefit as sinners against this holy and j...  Read More
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Like a Magnolia Journal | by John Rogers
July 17th, 2020
We long for many things. Good things. We long to buy and sell, eat and drink, have a good night’s sleep yet seize the day. Our desires are without end. This is because “we were made by God, made for G...  Read More
by Chassidy Rogers
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The King is Coming | by Chassidy Rogers
July 15th, 2020
One of the most comprehensive themes throughout the Bible is that of a Kingdom. Jesus wasn’t the first to talk about the Kingdom of God. We see it all throughout the Scriptures, even beginning in the ...  Read More
by Chassidy Rogers
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How's Your Soul? | by John Rogers
July 12th, 2020
How are you? Most, if not all of us, hear this question at least once a day and, unless we are really wanting to get into it, tend to reflexively, and passingly respond with, “Good. How are you?” But ...  Read More
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Stop. Meditate. | by John Rogers
July 9th, 2020
When asked why he meditated on the word of God, Eberhard Bethge, a disciple of Dietrich Bonhoeffer replied, “Because I am a Christian, and because therefore every day is a day lost for me in which I h...  Read More
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Be Still and Know... | by Chassidy Rogers
July 9th, 2020
“Aslan is on the move.” Upon their entrance through the wardrobe into the magical land of Narnia, this statement was repeated over and over to the 4 Pevensie Children. “Aslan is on the move.” To those...  Read More
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A Song of Cheerful Hope | by John Rogers
July 6th, 2020
Psalm 27 is “a song of cheerful hope,” writes Charles Spurgeon. It is a hymn, he continues, “well fitted for those in trial who have learned to lean upon the almighty arm.” One could even call it a lu...  Read More
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