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2FAB #67: Psalms 73-89

We’re continuing our way through the Psalms.  In this episode it’s Psalms 73-89 and we’re zooming in on the theme of the asking God to punish others.

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Flourishing Anyway

Scripture truly is like living water: just as you can’t step into the same river twice, scripture also rolls through our lives and refreshes it in unexpected ways.

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Speaking to the Soul: Creative Love

Jesus reminds us that being apart from creation does not absolve him (and by extension us) from a responsibility to it. He demonstrates that responsibility by following through with taking up the cross, dying, and rising again

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Speaking to the Soul: Fear Not

One thing I think this psalm is saying is that I should be careful about what fears I give life to. There is so much to be afraid of in life that it can seem overwhelming at times.

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Speaking to the Soul: keeping my cool

Accepting the notion that God made us who we are for a divine purpose–even in the times we chafe under our own insecurities about ourselves and our behaviors–and putting the focus on God, rather than us, can bring surprising results.

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