The first two lines of Psalm 128 are the answer to the search for happiness: fully satisfied is everyone who fears the LORD.
George Floyd’s death and the protests it has sparked globally form a stark reminder that racial injustice is still very real in 2020. And it’s not just an American problem.
Psalm 91 is a very reassuring and strengthening psalm, one which many Glen Scrivener joins us from Speak Life to open up one of the most famous Psalms in the Bible.
Jonah, chapter 4. The storms of life can whirl around us, but so often it’s our hearts themselves that get caught up in the chaos.
The Forgotten Arts, part 7. Do we genuinely approach God with reverence? Is reverence and fear the same thing? And how do we understand ‘the fear of the Lord’, which the Bible affirms as good, with a God who ‘is … Continue reading “Reverence”
The Forgotten Arts, part 6. How do we practice spending time on our own, with God, to deepen our relationship with Him?
The Forgotten Arts, part 5. Taking a day of rest is not just good for us. It is an act of worship, and one that causes transformation in our lives.
The Forgotten Arts, part 4. When we regularly meditate on Scripture, we feed our minds and souls with the thing it needs most. As in Psalm 1 we become like “a tree planted by streams of water”, yeilding fruit and … Continue reading “Scripture”
The Forgotten Arts, part 2. In the words of John Wesley “some have exalted religious fasting beyond all Scripture and reason; and others have utterly disregarded it.” Fasting is very much a forgotten art in 21st Century Britain, but there’s … Continue reading “Fasting”