When you write do you write about things you know or things you don’t know? Dumb question, huh?
Bible studies for writers | Psalm 146 It’s hard for me to express in words why and how I have faith in God, and that’s one reason why I’m such a terrible evangelist.
Sometimes I just need to get a grip, and this psalm reminded me of that. I’m not going to lie, I have felt super unloved the past two weeks by the people who matter most to me on this planet. I don’t say that to get sympathy. I say that because it’s the way I’ve… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 145
When I started this Bible study, I intended to highlight the Spiritual gifts of writing and to encourage writers in using their talents for “good things” (define as you wish). I’m not sure I accomplish that every day, but psalms like this sometimes help me to refocus. It was the line, “He trains my hands… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 144
I was feeling like Debbie downer before I started reading this psalm. A few things haven’t gone right lately, and I reached that volcano stage when my top just blew and the hot lava ran down my cheeks. But then between my blubbering and reading, I had a moment with Jesus, and he gave me… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 143