Finding Light (Psalm 36)

Finding Light (Psalm 36)

Have you ever experienced impenetrable darkness? Perhaps a relationship has crumbled, a loved one has died, or you have fallen (again) into a particular sin, leaving you wondering if there is really light at the end of the tunnel. Perhaps job loss and financial...
As Clothes against Cold (Psalm 35)

As Clothes against Cold (Psalm 35)

Italian artist and inventor, Leonardo Da Vinci, once said, Patience serves as a protection against wrongs as clothes do against cold. For if you put on more clothes as the cold increases it will have no power to hurt you. So, in like manner, you must grow in patience...
Healthy Fear (Psalm 34)

Healthy Fear (Psalm 34)

There was a time when David ran for his life from murderous Saul. At that time, he fled to Philistia to find refuge with the king of Gath (1 Samuel 21:10–15). When he arrived in Gath, the Philistine king’s servants were suspicious. They believed that David had come as...
True Hope (Psalm 33)

True Hope (Psalm 33)

Every five years, as national elections draw near, discussions about the strengths and weaknesses of the various political parties abound. People around the country—Christians included—criticise each other’s choices and formulate their own opinions on which is the...
Intimacy, Not Information (Psalm 32)

Intimacy, Not Information (Psalm 32)

The dictionary defines the word “question” as “a sentence worded or expressed in such a way as to elicit information.” That is a fairly standard definition of the term. We typically ask questions when seeking information or trying to understand something. But...