Tag Archives: Psalm 139

Still There When I’m Flat on My Face

As I get older, the changes in my body can bring about effects that are not exactly fun. Lately, it’s been insomnia. Last week it got pretty bad, each night waking up many times and often staying awake for hours … Continue reading

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Treasure out of Darkness

Psalm 139, a Psalm I’ve written about previously, is one of sweet assurance not only of how precious God’s children are to Him, but also of the reality they can know that He has His protective hand over His own. … Continue reading

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The Human Being

Last summer my husband and I had the privilege of visiting the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. While there we walked through a display of thin cross-sections of human cadavers encased in glass. What I found is that … Continue reading

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Struggling… or Rebellious?

Jeremiah 6 tells of destruction coming to Jerusalem, led by God’s hand because of the people’s rebellion against Him. They were going through the motions of the right things, but they were living a lie. They wanted their own way … Continue reading

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Trust Him

Jesus says that we must become as little children in our relationship to God. A child in good relation with his parent doesn’t question his parent’s decisions, he trusts that they are good. And that is why it is such … Continue reading

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