Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 35

I was in a meeting once when someone brought something up that I had confided in only one other person in the room … and it wasn’t that person who brought it up. So, I never trusted that person completely again. Now, what was said was absolutely no big deal and didn’t cause any hurt… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 35

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 34

I felt conflicted about verses 12 and 13 today as I thought about many loved ones who have died what we on Earth would consider too early in life. This psalm says that the key to living a long and prosperous life is to keep your “tongue from speaking evil and your lips from telling… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 34

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 33

This psalm of worship and praise is one of the few that is not attributed to David. In fact, it’s not attributed to anyone. My Bible labels the author as “Anonymous.” But you can tell from the lines written that someone out there loved God like David did, which got me to thinking about some… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 33

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 32

Have you ever played hide and seek with the Lord? It’s a different game than when you’re playing with friends as a kid because you can’t hide from God. It’s silly to even try. And there is so much relief in just letting Him find you that it’s not even a fun game to play… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 32

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 31

I’ve done some real dumb stuff in my life. Real dumb. Things that have made me not want to show my face in certain places ever again. But I’ve never felt like the whole world hated me. I’ve felt like a couple people were really, really mad at me, though, and I certainly didn’t want… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 31

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 30

During missions training, we were encouraged to give our personal testimonies many times on and off the mission field, and man, I had a tough time with mine. To me, a testimony often is centered around that a-ha moment you realize God is who He is and what Jesus did, he did for us, and… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 30

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 29

Have you ever heard the term “the audible voice of the Lord?” If you have, or more miraculously, if you have experienced it, than this psalm may reach different heights for you. David refers numerous times in this very short psalm to the “voice of the Lord.” We can take that to mean the actual… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 29

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 28

Do you ever wonder if people are evil but no one knows it? When I picture “evil” people, they are normally openly evil, like a villain in a movie. But evil lurks everywhere, doesn’t it? It even lurks in us. And what King David saw as evil around him, others may have seen another picture.… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 28

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 27

I had a couple downer days this week, and before reading this psalm of praise and worship for the Lord, I had a vision of myself peeking my head up above a pillow of clouds into a sea of sunshine and fresh air. It was glorious. And I never would have been able to experience… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 27

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 26

Do you ever hang around with liars and hypocrites? It’s kind of a Catch 22, isn’t it? And David’s words struck a chord with me today regarding the company we keep - and the fact that we all are liars and hypocrites at some points in our lives, so basically, we all hang around with… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 26