Enduring Works

When you look back on the years past, what is the same? It amazes me when I consider all of the changes that have occurred over the years. Things are continuously changing in our lives. This happened long before COVID-19 came on the scene.  I remember in high school, I was editor of the school … Continue reading Enduring Works

Growing Mercy

The Psalmist declares that God’s unfailing, faithful love will last forever. The Passion Translation says it this way: “Here’s my chorus: “Your mercy grows through the ages. Your faithfulness is firm, rising up to the skies” (Psalm 89:2). The word here translates as “checed” which means goodness or merciful kindness. The Psalmist says that this … Continue reading Growing Mercy

Precious to Me

Everyone has something that they deem as precious. Parents see their children as precious. Some people are amazed by different pieces of art and would deem the pieces to be precious. We have precious items behind glass, locked up in a safe, or even placed in museums. Each person has a different opinion as to … Continue reading Precious to Me

False Way of Life

The Psalmist declares hate for every false way of life. Other translations translate this as hating the wrong path or false propaganda. The Hebrew word “sheqer” is used here, meaning falsehood or deception. The complete verse says that the commandments of God result in understanding. When we have this understanding, the result is then hatred … Continue reading False Way of Life

Immeasurable

“Great is the LORD! He is most worthy of praise! No one can measure His greatness.” No one can measure His greatness. It’s immeasurable. We toss around a lot of words. Awesome. Great. Wonderful. We use these words to describe things, and sometimes in doing so, we diminish the actual meaning of the word. God … Continue reading Immeasurable

All I Really Want

In Psalm 142, we read a statement that some people really couldn’t truthfully speak if saying what was truly on the heart. It is a statement that makes a decision that we each have to make. Some people will never reach this prayer. First, the Psalmist prays, “You are my place of refuge.” We often … Continue reading All I Really Want