Read with me cover-to-cover. I'll share what I've learned in the dark, in the light. Start the Old & New Testament on January 1st. About 3 chapters per day through whole New Testament. About 10 minutes of your day. Join us as the "axe of Biblical Love thaws the frozen parts" (66LL) in our hearts. My focus this year is sharing what God has done for me over the years---and trusting God to weave every single day. And I will offer a prayer over your life, every single day.
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017
June 14 "The Lifter" Psalm 1-8
The theme of the first three psalms "is as a key hung ready at the door, to open it, and let us into the entertainments of it. When we know unpon what occasion a psalm was penned we know the better how to expound it." Matthew Henry.
Psalm 3 is written as David flees from Absalom, his son, who formed a huge conspiracy against his dad trying to take away both crown and life. This was his very own darling of his life. The one he raised. The one he held in his arms as a babe. He went to the Mount of Olives to grieve. Great grief. There. He wept and prayed. He wept and sang. He wept and penned his thoughts. He wept and said out loud: You are the Lifter of my Head. He wept and trusted a Good God. While his friends said to him: David, you love those who hate you and hate those who love you. We must let ensaring things go. We must let our children go. We must let our attachments to anything but God, go.