Bible studies for writers

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

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 85

I think as a people group we’re a lot like the little boy who cried wolf. We joke around and joke around and joke around, and then when we really need help, nobody takes us seriously. Now, by joke around, I mean do stupid stuff, like littering up the Earth with all kinds of plastics… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 85

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 84

You want to know how I know God is real and listening … and has a sense of humor? Because of this psalm right here, that’s how! I was praying for a little guidance before I started reading today, and for some reason, I prayed, “Show me where You are, Lord.” And that sent a… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 84

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 83

We’ve been moving houses the last few days and also dealing with two positive COVID-19 cases, so my mind is everywhere but in this psalm today. I’m trying, however, to use it to my benefit, to put my faith where my mouth is, but you know how we are. We forget that we aren’t the… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 83

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 82

I’m just going to admit this little psalm is super confusing for me. I’m not sure if Asaph is talking to God or himself, but I guess it doesn’t really matter. The point, I believe, is that Asaph himself also is a bit confused but steadfast in his faith that God is doing what is… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 82

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 81

We all are just rebellious teenagers, really. If you’re a parent, you can relate to verse 8. If you’re not a parent, then you’re most likely a child of a parent, and you can relate to verse 8 just as easily. “Listen to me, O my people, while I give you stern warnings. O Israel,… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 81

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 80

I got in trouble with one child yesterday because I got on to another child, and (shockingly) the one child thought I “yelled” too much. There was no yelling, but there was some stern tones that came out of my angry face. But THEN, after the one child stood up for the other child, I… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 80

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 79

Yowza! This is our longest psalm so far, (but it’s not the longest psalm). How did you do? I made a lot of orange marks about halfway through, and then I’ll be honest, I zoned out on Jesus and how God has really been impressing “love” on me lately. It’s hard to explain, but love… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 79

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 78

As parents, sometimes we have to do drastic things to get our children’s attention. We don’t like to do it. Well, sometimes it’s fun. But when it’s serious stuff, we would rather not have to go down that road, know what I mean? If you do, then think about how God feels. And look how… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 78

Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 77

Have you ever found yourself too distressed to pray? In hindsight, I know I have not prayed many a time when I was in a pickle. I can look back now and see that God was right there with me, and it certainty wasn’t because I was asking Him to be there in those moments.… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Psalm 77