Monthly Archives: March 2020

Waiting In Silence – Part 1

In the text of this week’s sermon, Psalm 62, David wrote twice of “waiting in silence.” “For God alone my soul waits in silence” (verse 1, ESV)“For God alone, O my soul, wait in silence” (verse 5, ESV) This silent waiting is such a key part of Psalm 62, we would do well to understand

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“I Will Be Exalted” – Part 2

The exaltation of man is a dangerous thing. Of course, it all seems to make sense at the time. Great orators and charismatic leaders move minds and inflame passions. Civic pride swells under strong leadership. People sing the praises of one who promises deliverance. On the other side, there are those who are exalted in

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Meditation on God

There’s a viral pandemic in progress as this first meditation is being written. By now, it’s just about all that’s on anyone’s mind. There is real danger out there. But with the widespread danger to our health, there lurks another danger that is more significant and is of greater consequence – that we would forget

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