Got external trouble? Are you being done wrong? Are people wearing you out? The psalmist sympathizes with you in your plight. He is one with many enemies, and he is greatly wounded by their physical oppression and verbal taunts. Great is their harassment as they harm him and then mockingly ask, “Where is your God?” And … More Your Questions Are Acceptable
The Psalmist prays, “O Lord, you have searched me and you know me. You perceive my thoughts from afar. You are familiar with all my ways. Before a word is on my tongue, you know it completely. [And this you know – You know that I know I fear.] O Lord, where can I go … More I Fear I Fear
In recent credit card commercials, the question has been asked, “What’s in your wallet?” Well my friends, today I would like to ask you a question, “Who’s in your boat?” Or better yet, “In whose boat are you found?” Matthew tells us of an encounter he and his eleven friends had with their Lord. Let’s … More In Whose Boat are You Found?