Remember Your Hope (Psalm 111)

Psalm 111 is written as a mnemonic tool for its hearers to easily remember and internalize the magnitude of Gods works and deeds. Why? We are encouraged by the psalmist to remember who God is and what he has done for us. And the good news is that we then get to respond with awe, […]

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The Greatness of God (Psalm 104)

The Psalms, if you did not know, are songs. They are a collection of 150 songs, written originally for the worship of the Hebrew people, and now the Christian church. And they are so important to the church, and to our faith, because they give us an uncompromising, comprehensive way to speak about life to […]

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Mark 6:52 says that the disciples hearts were hardened and so they were not able to recognize the implications of Jesus’ miracle of the loaves and fish. In this week’s passage we see how, despite their hardened hearts, Jesus continues to pursue his disciples, wanting to help them understand who he really is.

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