Psalm 29: Praise and glory to the Highest!

By Elizabeth Prata Enjoy this Psalm 29. As the MacArthur Commentary explains, it has the earmarks of earliest Hebrew poetry. Its general form is a hymn, proclaiming 3 representative realities of God as supreme and therefore praise belongs to Him alone: 1. Lord's supremacy over heavenly beings 2. Lord's supremacy over the "forces of nature" …

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Gratitude abounds, the LORD is so worthy to be loved and praised!

By Elizabeth Prata From electing love to glorifying love, you are loved by God. You were chosen in Him before the foundation of the world. He loved you in Christ before time began, and He will love you in Christ when time is over. The committed love of God for His people is as eternal …

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Bible Reading Plan thoughts: Reading the introductions

The Bible Reading Plan for today is to read Psalm 6-8. I've resolved of late to read the introductions of the passages and not skip them. Also, to read the endings and read the notes, like these in the Psalms I'm about to discuss. If all scripture is profitable, then I shouldn't skip the intros, …

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Picture Mixture Tuesday: kids’ digital footprint, bacon, 9/11, piano, gelato, more

There are lots of people in my area without power from yesterday and into today due to the remnants of Hurricane Irma passing north through the state of Georgia. Thank you, Linemen, for your dangerous but so important work! Yesterday was the 16th anniversary of 9/11. On waking up that bright fall morning, millions never …

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