Tag Archives: the love of God

Wash My Feet

Often, I think I jump to what I need to do rather than just chew on what He’s done. I rush to practical application, brushing past the wonder of incarnation. Ready to imitate, before I take time to meditate. Such … Continue reading

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An Unlikely Psalmist

I’ll take lesser known songs of praise for 2000, Alex. Blessed be the Most High, and praise and honor Him who lives forever, for His dominion is an everlasting dominion, and His kingdom endures from generation to generation; all the … Continue reading

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Where God’s Love Lives

Not only is there not enough room for both of them, they can’t even occupy the same heart at the same time. It’s a mutually exclusive reality. If one is present, then the other is not. And thus, it seems … Continue reading

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Flawless

As I’m hovering over my reading in Song of Solomon this morning, I realize I’ve kind of come full-circle. As a newer believer, I didn’t know what to make of the Song. Seemed kind of out of place. If the … Continue reading

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Delighting in the Children of Man

Proverbs 8. It’s why I do what I do when it comes to Proverbs. It’s why I shade every reference to wisdom in blue, my color for God the Son. While the sage portrays her as Lady Wisdom, raising her … Continue reading

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A Bit of Wisdom in the Morning

Who doesn’t want to be considered wise? Who wouldn’t want to be characterized as being attentive and discerning. To be known for diligently considering the ways of life, for drawing the right conclusions and then, acting upon those considerations in … Continue reading

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An Acceptable Time, An Abundant Love, A Saving Faithfulness

Truth be told, often when it comes to the Psalms, I’m probably not exercising the right level of interpretation before jumping in with identification. Thinking that’s true this morning as I chew on Psalm 69. My “enemies” are of no … Continue reading

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