Tag: psalm 42
On hiding out for forty days, legitimate fear, and the church’s chance to tell a new story: a sermon on Elijah, Jesus, and Legion.
Click here to listen along: https://drive.google.com/open… (The recording did cut off the first 2 minutes which is more on the story of Elijah but is not crucial to the rest of the sermon.)
A sound of sheer silence: a commentary on Elijah, Legion, and Pulse
After the fire, there was a sound of sheer silence. After the hail of bullets, the murderous flash of bullet light, the thunder of bodies against the floor. After the earthquake of hope and joy and life torn from lives. After the ringing and ringing and ringing and ringing of […]
Longing for God’s Help: A rereading of Psalm 42, on internship
Like a deer wandering in trees’ shadowdoes my heart wander, looking for God.When shall I finally behold God’s face?When will I again feel God beside me?Tears have been my food, both night and day,while those who would judge me ask, “Where is your God?”Where is my strength, my rock, and […]