Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 136

It’s weird to me to thank God for killing people, but this psalm does it … repeatedly. It also thanks God for a gazillion other things, but the killing part struck me funny. Not funny haha. Just funny. Like, can we do that??? Can we thank God for people dying??? I guess in some ways… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 136

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The cornerstone

There's an old Indian legend that says my hometown of Cherokee, Oklahoma, is built in a valley so it can never be destroyed by a tornado. My husband says I should use the term Native American here - because Indians come from India - and someone might get offended. But where I grew up, even… Continue reading The cornerstone

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 135

Giving praise is an important part of feeling blessed. If you’re not willing to give thanks for the good things, you might find yourself receiving less of them. Now, this psalm focuses on giving praise to God, but we definitely can spread that blanket of thanks to those around us. And treating others with love… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 135

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 134

It’s cliche to say, but everyone has a purpose, and this little psalm is an ode to all the “little” people … all the “servants” of the Lord … those who “serve at night” … those who get little, if any, recognition for their day-to-day tasks that literally help keep the world spinning. I’ve probably… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 134

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 133

Just as this psalm notes, harmony is precious indeed. It’s tough to achieve and even harder to maintain. But, oh, the bliss of harmony!!! Sum it up: What a good feeling it isWhen we achieve harmony as a team.That balance is precious,As precious as oils used to honor the Lord.It’s refreshing, too!Like when you’re on… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 133