Tag Archives: God’s goodness

Psalm 119: 41-64 — The word that brings freedom and comfort

The love that the writer has for God’s word really strikes me as I go through this psalm.  So many people take God’s word as something that binds.  Namely, something that takes away our freedom to enjoy life.  “Do this, … Continue reading

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Psalm 36:5-12 — The goodness of God

In the first half of this psalm, we saw the evil of mankind.  In the second half, we see the goodness of God. I love how David describes the character of God here. Your love, O LORD, reaches to the … Continue reading

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Psalm 23 — Our Shepherd

This is probably the most famous psalm in the book.  Probably because of the intimacy it displays between God and us.  In other psalms, we see God as king.  As judge.  As avenger.  As warrior.  But in this passage, we … Continue reading

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Psalm 13 — God…Where are you?

It’s very interesting, the timing of this psalm, if only for the reason that our church is starting a new message series today called “God…Where are you?” And that’s exactly the sentiment that David had in this psalm.  He wrote, How … Continue reading

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Esther 9 — Celebrating God’s goodness

Feasting.  Joy.  Celebration.  These are words you see again and again in this chapter.  After the Jews succeeded in defending themselves against their enemies, they celebrated their salvation. Not only that, but Mordecai and Esther started the first annual celebration … Continue reading

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