Some Ideas to Recognize “Good Friday” While at Home

April 8, 2020

“Good Friday” is one of the most meaningful days on the church calendar. It is the day we recognize Jesus dying on the cross. Each year we gather as a church to reflect upon the death of our Savior and our role requiring the Atonement. This year we are unable to gather. Nevertheless, we are […]

Dark Mornings

September 12, 2013

There is no way around it; Psalm 88 is a dark psalm. Life is hard at the beginning. “My soul is full of troubles and my life draws near to Sheol [death]” (v. 3). Life is hard in the middle. “I am shut in so that I cannot escape; my eye grows dim through sorrow” […]

Just Two Things

September 5, 2013

“Save me, O God! For the waters have come up to my neck,” cries David the beginning of Psalm 69. It has been a difficult week; death tragically and unexpectedly descended upon our church. “I sink in deep mire, where there is no foothold,” continued the king. We know what that feels like; some of […]

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