Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 132

Have you ever seen a really good idea turn into something really bad? Of course you have. It happens all the time. Something starts out as an astounding feat or an inspirational endeavor, and through the course of time and mismanagement, it becomes an eyesore or a burden or something to be completely ashamed of.… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 132

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Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 131

I had to read this psalm three times to make sure my attitude about it was correct, and yep, what I ended up with was … pffft, if only. If only “I don’t concern myself with matters too great or too awesome for me to grasp.” If only “I have calmed and quieted myself.” If… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 131

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 130

If God is not keeping a record of our sins, why should we? Let me direct you to verse 3 of today’s psalm. Furthermore, if we shouldn’t keep a record of our own sins, we darn sure better not be keeping track of others’ either. Sum it up: I am at the end of my… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 130

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 129

I don’t handle mean people well, and I sure don’t like it when their nasty attitudes are directed toward me. It’s HARD to live in that atmosphere day in and day out. Some people do, though. King David was one of them. He didn’t ask to be thrust into the spotlight. He was just minding… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 129

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 128

There are many psalms in the Bible that offer promises no man can fulfill, and this is one of them. Taken out of context, this psalm can be used to harm and suppress others. And that’s a shame because it really is a beautiful psalm full of hope and most likely written by someone who… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 128