meditate on Psalm 3 this week

(Note: even if you didn’t do Psalm 130 with me, you can still do this one.) This week is Psalm 3, which starts out: O Lord, how many are my foes!     Many are rising against me; 2 many are saying (read more) Please comment or tell me in person if you plan to meditate on this throughout this week. […]

Do you want to meditate on the Psalms for 21 days?

Hello! My cousin, Zach, posted a list on his blog titled 20 Psalms You Can Pray. While I personally think he should have titled it ’20 Prayable Psalms,’ I was still intrigued by this, and have decided to practice praying Psalms. (Too bad the ‘P’ in Psalms in silent, ’cause that could have just been triple […]

Discussion: Which has always been easier: prayer or Bible reading?

A lot of people consider prayer and Bible reading to be like the two big spiritual disciplines. And I think that idea makes sense. Reading your Bible is receiving Word from God, and prayer is talking to God. It’s basic communication. So, today I’d like to do something different on this blog. I would like […]

A How-to Guide to the Spiritual Disciplines

If you’ve followed this blog, you know that I just finished a series on the spiritual disciplines. (Outlined in Don Whitney’s book, the Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life.) Well, this post is basically just a table of contents for you to find any of the articles you missed or review any that were helpful. […]

Prayer (The Spiritual Disciplines-Part 4)

Prayer is amazing. God has given us access into His very presence through His son, Jesus. He listens to us! The Almighty God, the Creator of everything, listens to us! Prayer does two things of high importance. One is it changes us. It gives us faith, and shows us what God’s will is. The other […]

The Spiritual Disciplines (part II)

This is the second part of a two-part series about prayer and Bible reading. This post will focus on prayer. Christians and non-Christians all see prayer as important. I know this because they pray whenever they’re in a life-threatening situation. But how do we turn prayer from a last option to a first resort? Well, […]