Out of the Depths

The scripture for Sunday is Psalm 130. You’ll notice the superscription says “A pilgrimage song” or “A song of ascent”.  There is indeed movement.  And this psalm is part of a larger body of 15 psalms (Psalms 120-134), which corporately move.  But, who’s moving in this psalm?  What’s moving? You’ll notice that the psalm speaks

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Love Kindness

Micah 6:1-16 is our scripture for this Sunday. This passage takes place in a courtroom.  God is laying out the case against the people of Israel.  The hills, mountains, and the eternal foundations of the earth are witnesses to this lawsuit. What has happened?  God’s chosen people have forgotten what the LORD did for them

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He Looked Up

Psalm 32 and Luke 19:1-10 are the scriptures for this Sunday. In Psalm 32, David teaches us that fessing up to our shortcomings is the right thing to do.  Furthermore, God rejoices when we fess up and is ready to embrace us!  When we let something eat away at us or if we were to

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World Communion Sunday

This Sunday marks World Communion Sunday!  You may be asking yourself: “What exactly is it?”  Well, I’m so glad you asked! World Communion Sunday started in 1933 at Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, PA!  According to John A Dalles’ 2002 article in the Presbyterian Outlook (found here), the goal was to bring churches together in which

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