1. Going to sleep is a confession.
  2. The nations rage, so take refuge in the Blessed Man.
  3. The blessed man.
  4. He is the one who saves us at just the right time.
  5. The Church follows the admonition to “love your neighbor” because it is their identity in Christ Jesus.
  6. God does not just allow suffering; He sends it in order that He might strengthen and deliver us. And all of our suffering finds its meaning in the suffering of Christ Jesus.
  7. Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin continue their conversation with historian Dan vanVoorhis about the history of revivals.
  8. The second half of Psalm 89 takes a turn from promise to ruin.
  9. In part 1 of Psalm 89, we hear of David wanting to build a house for the Lord to dwell, but God has bigger plans, and makes a promise to David that from his lineage will come the Messiah of the world.
  10. Psalm 5 is a prayer that orients us as we start our day. Knowing that in the morning "You will hear my voice".
  11. Today on the show, we head to the mailbag to answer a question about congregational singing and an early hymnal.

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