Bible studies for writers

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

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 91

Remember a couple-three decades ago when those snake-charming ministries made the news because they just couldn’t pray the deadly snake venom out of a few of their members and pastors? Verse 13 reminded me of those ministries and how and why they may have gotten their start. And who knows, maybe they were able to… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 91

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 90

An oldie but a goodie, this psalm is believed to have been written by Moses. Moses! That’s a long time ago, guys. That’s a long time to have preserved these words so that we could read them today. Amazing. History is amazing! Now, I can’t even concentrate on the words of this psalm because I’m… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 90

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 89

I always stand in awe of people who have survived unimaginable suffering and still give all praises to God. I’ve worked with men and women who have lived through wars and sex trafficking and abuse, and every time I hear their testimonies, I just can’t even. I can’t even hardly think about it, and I… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 89

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 88

This psalm made me super sad thinking about the suffering of poor Heman and others who might be suffering as well. I already was empathizing with this man before I got to verse 15: “I have been sick and close to death since my youth.” Eke. This guy knows what it means to suffer. And… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 88

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 87

I grow weary of Earthlings who profess they know God’s will and try to prove it by condemning people for their actions and judging for themselves where those individuals will wind up. That’s not our job as humans. And God gets to say who He welcomes into His Kingdom. And if you are one of… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 87

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Bible studies for writers | Psalm 86

Prayer is such an important part of each day. Even if you just stop for a moment to acknowledge God is present, you speak to God’s heart. That doesn’t mean we should just say a quick prayer and go on with all our days, but it’s a start. King David knew the importance of prayer… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 86