Women's Equipping Classes
How wonderful to end our study in praise and worship! We’ve done so much work to get here. We’ve given thanks, lamented, repented, waited, and now we end our study in such an appropriate way: praise.
The word praise is used 278 times in 243 different verses. It is used 166 times in Psalms alone…
The Messianic Psalms are where we find a direct reference to the Messiah and can find the fulfillment of the passage in the New Testament. They refer to the Messiah Christ and many aspects of His character. The plan of salvation is also revealed in the poetry of these psalms. Luke 24:44 states in…
The countdown at Times Square on December 31 just before midnight.Joining a funeral procession.Standing to sing the “National Anthem” at a stadium.Christmas caroling.
These types of experiences cause people to feel united, whether it’s in celebration, hardship, or another specific purpose. The…
“The heart cannot love what the mind does not know.” - Jen Wilkin
I did not love my husband when I first knew him. It took spending time with him, getting to know him – his heart, mind, thoughts, motives and intentions. As I began to learn these things I found someone I did not know was there…
Everyone has a season or moments in their life that they remember. They can be small, like getting your driver's license or your first car, or going on your first date, or they can be big, like getting married, having kids or even losing kids. There are some seasons that are great, but for some…
Grigori Rasputin was born in Siberia in 1869 to a poor, uneducated family. He would grow up to find great fascination with religion and spirituality and spent a lot of his adolescence and young adulthood in monasteries across the countryside. He eventually gained high honor and was invited to stay…
Imprecatory psalms are prayer songs that exhibit an intense attitude of judgment toward the enemy. These prayers are the desperate cries of God’s people for vengeance against those who commit unspeakable atrocities against them and those places sacred to God.
Societies are growing more and more…
I waited patiently for the Lord; he inclined to me and heard my cry. He drew me up from the pit of destruction, out of the miry bog, and set my feet upon a rock, making my steps secure. He put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our God. Many will see and fear, and put their trust in the…
If you’re reading the words on this page, chances are you’ve experienced pain, loss, grief, disappointment, anxiety and confusion. These moments can cause us to ask questions like:
Why me?How will I survive?What now?
The Psalmist encountered various trials and the words written in this Old…
Are you actively seeking wisdom from God in your everyday life? Or are you just trying to wing it? Do you spend more time seeking advice from the world or from God’s Word? Is your heart submissive to God’s wisdom revealed through His Word, or do you resist the parts of the Bible you don’t like…