The broad secularization of society that has occurred over the last few generations has led to increased immorality, decreased devotion, and compromised conviction—even among those still purporting to love and adore God. In the wake of societal changes, missional churches have morphed their mission to the point they have become an unofficial arm of government […]

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David regularly wrote psalms during the challenging times of his life. His heart provoked him to reflect on his relationship with God when running from Saul. The king cried out in anguish after realizing the depth of his sin with Bathsheba. He expressed a quiet grief throughout the rebellion of Absalom. Therefore, when one of […]

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“Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised In the city of our God, In His holy mountain” (Psa. 48:1). The majestic opening words of this psalm, uttered in appreciation and awe at the protection afforded Jerusalem, force the reader to consider their timing to appreciate the full force of their meaning. However, neither […]

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