Now I Begin,
Now I Begin,
27:10 Even if my father and mother forsake me, the Lord will take me in. If you can not trust your parents, who can you trust? God. It is as simple as that. Trust in God, may seem a bit cliche but it simply is the truth. This statement is so profound because it is Want More?
Psalm 26: Would you pass the test? 26:2 Examine me, Lord, and test me search my heart and mind. I am a practicing Catholic. I know for certain if I were to be tested on Catholic doctrine and practices…I would fail! It is something I wrestle with constantly. It is not out of selfishness or Want More?
Psalm 25 Aleph: A little background; This Psalm in its original Hebrew form was comprised of lines that began with a successive letter in the Hebrew alphabet. The letters aleph, lamed, and pe open the first, middle, and last lines of the Psalm. 25:2 aleph To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul 25:11 Want More?
Psalm 24: I am always reminding my daughter that nothing she owns belongs to her. It all belongs to my husband and I. Her phone, bedroom, the very clothes on her back…it is all ours! We will check her phone, go in her room, maybe even take her clothes if we feel the need. We Want More?
Psalm 23 The Lord Shepherd and Host: In Psalm 23, the first half of the Psalm illustrates God’s love for us is in the form of a shepherd and we are the sheep, following and trusting completely in God for our most basic needs and care. In the second half we are portrayed as guests of Want More?
(click for full Psalm) Psalm 22 Prayer of an Innocent Person: Written before Christ, this Psalm is intense as it contains frustration, fear, prayer for salvation, and finally praise. Themes that are likely common in our everyday lives but this psalm is also a perfect example of how the Old Testament’s relationship to the New Testament. Want More?