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A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 16

Occasionally I hear someone say, “God wants you to be holy, not happy”; or, “God is concerned about your holiness, not your happiness.” I understand the intentions behind this sentiment. They speak against a common, godless mentality that claims that God’s greatest desire is our comfort and pleasure—even if that is apart from him, living in sin. Of course, such a mindset is unbiblical and ungodly. At the same time, this doesn’t mean that our happiness and holiness are mutually…

A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 27

If you could ask God for one thing, what would it be? Our imagination might run wild with the possibilities; from curing cancer to material prosperity we immediately turn to the pragmatic. Biblically, we might think of Solomon, to whom God grants a single desire (1 Kings 3:5-6). In that moment, the young king asked for wisdom and God was so pleased with this request that he granted him riches as well. But what if his father was asked this…

A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 3 

In recent years there seems to be a growing criticism of the church by the world whenever tragedy occurs. As Christians take to social media to show their support with comments like “Praying for you!” others will respond with aggression, believing that prayer is a cop-out for tangible action. Sadly, it seems that we witness more and more Christians giving into this mentality as well, wondering what good—if any—prayer does. This isn’t new. In Psalm 3, the poet writes: “O…

A Psalm for Your Calm: Psalm 1

I just read an article stating that over 3 million Americans filed for unemployment this past week. That’s a staggering number, breaking records from the previous years; most likely, those numbers will increase in the coming weeks. Some of our readers may be included in these statistics. This brings to mind a question: If you lose your job, are you still blessed by God? Can you still be blessed, even in the midst of suffering and hardship? Or, does heartbreak…