Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 101

We can say we will do a lot of things, but actually doing them is a different story. David says he will do a lot of things in this psalm. Do you think he did every one of them all day, every day for the rest of his life? No. Because I guarantee you he… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 101

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 100

Have you given God a great big THANK YOU lately??? Let’s do that today! Sum it up: THANK YOU, GOD! Writing prompt: less is more Sometimes less is more. Write a short praise today. (Or write an entire novel if you’re so inclined.)

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 99

99! I feel we’ve reached a pinnacle in the Book of Psalms. We should celebrate this moment. Let’s do that! Sum it up: Celebrate, for the Lord is King!He lets us approach His throne,And we bow down because He is good.He has shown us from the beginningThat He loves usAnd that He’ll do anything to… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 99

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 98

I love a good song. More than that, I love to hear my kids sing a good song. Man, I got some good-singin’ kids. I can’t help but smile and get all tingly inside when I hear their voices. I told them years ago that for Christmas all I wanted was to hear them sing… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 98

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 97

Righteousness and justice often go hand in hand, don’t they? However, I feel we sometimes see people proclaiming justice in the name of their own self-proclaimed righteousness, and that’s scary. It make me - and others, I’m sure - wonder why so much injustice is allowed on Earth. The answer lies only in the One… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 97

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 96

I often forget that I started this Bible study as a guide for writers to hone in on their gift of writing. This psalm, however, brought that purpose back to life in verse 3: “Publish his glorious deeds among the nations.” That’s what I set out to do way back when, when I joined missions.… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 96

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 95

Forty years is a long time to stay angry with someone, even for God, but I’ve seen people do it. Heck, I’m getting to the age where I could honestly say I’ve been angry with some people on some level for 40 years. Scary. Why do we carry anger with us for so long? Maybe… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 95

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 94

It drives me nuts to know about gross stuff like child porn and animal abuse … and all kinds of even worse nastiness. But what if I didn’t know about it? What if, and I say this in an attempt to be trendy not stereotypical-ish, we all walked around like a bunch of Karens pretending… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 94

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 93

I kept thinking about molecules and atoms while reading this psalm. Not that I’m into understanding molecules and atoms. I just think the little things are sometimes as fascinating as the big things. Take humans for example. When God created us, did He even consider all the stuff that goes along with us? Like, did… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 93

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 92

I’ve been having trouble getting back into the swing of things since returning from a recent trip to Portugal. It was a necessary visit/holiday, and I didn’t write a single word (aside from my Facebook posts) while we were away! And I’ve been feeling more and more than guilty about it. Yet, it was a… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 92