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Stop, (Collaborate) and Listen

Written by Heather Corsi | November 5, 2010 | Psalms 61 - 64

When reading through the Psalms it is easy to skip over the word “selah.”  When I am actually looking for it however, suddenly I realize that entire Psalms are peppered with this term, so perhaps I should slow down and consider its meaning.  It appears everywhere, after praises, after cries, after exclamations and after prayers.

There are some different ideas on what this term means.  One of the most popular …

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Praise it’s a verb!

Written by Reagan Chaney | November 3, 2010 | Psalms 57 - 60

Praise: v. 1: to express a favorable judgment of. 2: to glorify especially by the attribution of perfections http://www.merriam-webster.com

I was sitting on the National Mall quietly reading today’s verses and I had a question that made my mind wander. You may ask “what was the question?” Well – it was simply “why am I reading the Psalms quietly?” The Psalms are Praises and songs …

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God’s Accounting

Written by Heather Zempel | November 3, 2010 | Psalms 54 - 56

What does God keep records of? Good deeds, bad deeds, harsh words, wise choices, dumb decisions? When we served someone, taught kids, loved the family, gave our money? Wounded with words, ignored the outcast, looked down on those who made us uncomfortable?

Psalm 56 gives us insight into God’s accounting:

“You have kept count of my tossings; put my tears in your bottle. Are they not in your book?”

That …

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Two Broken Wrists (Psalms 50-53)

Written by Jenilee LeFors | November 2, 2010 | Psalms 50 - 53

The summer before my 6th grade year I did something that would ruin anyone’s summer vacation– I broke both of my wrists at the same time. Not just one, not just a finger, but I broke BOTH of my wrists at the same time in the middle of the summer vacation while in Colorado. Gone were the days of jumping in the pools! Gone were the days of swinging or …

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Bring it to the table.

Written by Andy Pisciotti | November 1, 2010 | Psalms 46 - 49

Alpha is a 10-week course that explores the basics of Christianity.  I love the back to the basics approach that Alpha takes to explain Christianity.  I like things to be simple, clear, and easy to grasp.  Love God. Love others as God loves you.  You know . . . the very basics.  For me, Alpha keeps me focused and reminds me of all the amazing things that Christ …

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