Podcast #120: “Great Is Our God” by Plumb

Slowing Down in Psalm 145

The Bible is full of songs of praise. When we consider the words of these songs, we see deep, rich, pattern-altering examples of how to appropriately respond to our great God. The lyrics of “Great Is Our God” by Plumb are reflected in a song written by David and given to us as Psalm 145.


Sometimes we blow past these meaningful songs without letting them sink in and transform the way we think. This week we will slow down.

On this episode I discuss:

Podcast #79: “Exhale” by Plumb

A deeper look at Rahab's story and legacy as found in Joshua 2

What does your life breathe out? What is your exhale? Plumb’s song, “Exhale” inspires me to breathe in as much truth, love and grace as I can hold so that truth, love and grace is what I breathe out. This week we explore the story of Rahab and discover what her life’s “exhale” was.


Rahab’s confession was a declaration of her faith in God. What is your confession? Use this week’s free resource to guide you!

On this episode I discuss:

  • The opportunity we have to respond to the revelation of God and to learn from the experiences of others
  • Rahab’s story as told in Joshua 2
  • Rahab’s confession to the spies – Joshua 2:9-11
  • Rahab’s choice to see God’s works as a revelation of Who He is and Who He could be to her rather than something to fight against
  • The free resource I developed to go along with this episode to help you dig deeper
  • The story behind the song – New Release Today Article
  • What Rahab’s life “exhaled” or sent forth
  • By faith Rahab was not destroyed – Hebrews 11:31
  • Rahab’s confession in Joshua 2 reveals God’s revelation to her, but ultimately led her to action
  • Rahab’s actions are proof of her faith – James 2:25
  • The Greek word dikaioó– cleared of all charges
  • What will our life “exhale?”


Podcast #52: “Lord I’m Ready Now” by Plumb & the Book of Jonah

God: “Arise, go…” Us: “Uh, no thank you.” Cue scene where we run away…far, far away. How is that working for you? Well, it didn’t work for Jonah, and this week’s song, “Lord I’m Ready Now” by Plumb, could almost be a soundtrack for the 48 verse story found in the Old Testament.


When we settle in to really watch the story, we see a God of second chances…even for us.

On this week’s episode I discuss:

  • Tiffany Arbuckle Lee’s (aka Plumb) story behind this song
  • Reading the stories of the Bible like we watch movies…all the way through
  • Recap of the Book of Jonah
  • How it’s impossible to run away from God – Psalm 139
  • Recognizing our own failure/shortcomings
  • Coming to a crisis of honest reflection
  • God as the one who lifts us from the pits of life
  • Drawing close to God for strength
  • Recommitting ourselves after a time of repentance and confession


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If you have never heard this song before, you can watch the official lyric video on YouTube below.


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This Week’s Challenge

Read Jonah! Read it often. Read it in various versions. Read it all the way through in one sitting. Listen to an audio version of it. Daily ponder what truth God might want to reveal to you!

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