Psalm 130 reminds us to wait with hope, knowing that morning is coming, that our season of waiting will pass, and that God is with us as we wait and watch.
Psalm 23 has brought comfort to people of faith throughout the generations - people who have faced enormous challenges. And this psalm can bring comfort to us, too, as we face this challenging epidemic.
For all of you who wish we could gather for our Lenten Vespers Service tonight, here is an “order of worship” that I offer, for personal or family devotions, that you can use this evening, March 18, or any time that is convenient for you.
Happiness in Lent? The psalm appointed for the First Sunday in Lent, Psalm 32, suggests so. Here is a reflection on this psalm.
What a lovely prayer we find in Psalm 80! "Let your face shine." Here is my reflection on it, shared during last night's Advent Vespers Service.
Here is a reflection on a psalm fit for a king, Psalm 72. This was shared during last night's Advent Vespers Service.
Here is a reflection on a beloved psalm, sung by countless pilgrims on the journey of faith. Let us go the house of the Lord!