Podcast #241: “Satisfied In You (Psalm 42)” by The Sing Team

Poring Over Psalm 42

The Rolling Stones really captured the essence of culture when they sang, “I can’t get no satisfaction.” Our world is in a constant state of discontent. When you weigh the philosophy of this week’s song by The Sing Team, “Satisfied In You (Psalm 42),” you discover that our satisfaction doesn’t lie in our effort as sung by our friend Mick, but rather in God.

There are unlikely discoveries in a Psalm you may know in part. Join me this week as we pore over Psalm 42.

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Podcast #237: “Known” by Tauren Wells

Discovering the How, How Much, and Why We Are Known by God in Psalm 139

You are not invisible.

You are known.

Tauren Well’s song “Known” sings about it and so does David in Psalm 139. When you let the truths of this Psalm sink into your being it will change you.

Join me this week as we break it all down.

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Podcast #214: “Come To The Table” by Sidewalk Prophets

Remembering Jesus at the Table of the Last Supper in Luke 22

There is a table that all Christians come to — the Communion Table. Jesus instituted this practice of breaking the bread and taking the cup as He reclined at a table. Sidewalk Prophets’ song “Come to the Table” calls us to “take our place by the Savior now.” I encourage you to do just that as we explore the Lord’s Supper.

Let’s spend some time in thoughtful consideration of all that the Lord’s Supper really means.

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Podcast #182: “Psalm 91 (On Eagle’s Wings)” by Shane & Shane

Dwelling on the Challenge of Psalm 91

I love it when God weaves memories, music, and Truth together to reveal a beautiful tapestry. I often step back and think to myself, “You’ve had this picture planned all along.” Shane & Shane’s rendition of “Psalm 91 (On Eagle’s Wings)” takes me back in time. Only this time, God has something new to say through His Word in this season of my life.

We may barely get past the first verse of Psalm 91 this week, but slowing down has its benefits.

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Podcast #166: “Still” by Hillary Scott

Discovering Stillness in the Midst of Chaos in Psalm 46

For some reason I was operating in the assumption that when God instructs us to “be still and know that I am God,” He meant it was supposed to be quiet. However, a closer look at Psalm 46 reveals total chaos, not quiet. Hillary Scott in her song titled “Still” reminds us that God is indeed asking us to be still in the midst of our chaos.

Grab a friend and head over to Psalm 46 with me this week.

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