TOPIC INDEXPractical Theology (192)
  1. We cannot scan any random passage of Scripture and automatically assume the words are unconditionally addressed to us. Often, very often, they are not.
  2. Want to do yourself, your family, your friends, and the world a good deed? Hold on loosely to your politics. Don’t drop it. Don’t toss it aside. Don’t privatize it. But, above all, don’t hold on to your politics as if your life, your soul, and your salvation depend on it.
  3. "Come to me, all you who are weary of being you, and simply be mine."
  4. This prayer expresses the feeling of separation and the resulting distress from feeling like we are abandoned.
  5. This is a prayer which orients us in the morning to offer our lives to God with trust and thanksgiving.
  6. Psalm 4 reminds us that our daily lives are lived in a battlefield.
  7. Chad talks about the practice of prayer and the offering of incense.
  8. Chad explains the context and background of Psalm 52 and explores the destructive power of the tongue. The Psalm.
  9. Calling on the God’s vengeance, this militant prayer is aimed against the enemies of God and his people.
  10. Using agricultural images, the Psalmist speaks of suffering and the persecutions that Israel endures.
  11. Chad meditates on what it means to look to God and how He looks at us.

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