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Some of our most cherished beliefs, songs, and platitudes are based on proof-texting, which means that the original historical and literary context of the Bible is ignored.
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Some of our most cherished beliefs, songs, and platitudes are based on proof-texting, which means that the original historical and literary context of the Bible is ignored.
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Some of our most cherished beliefs, songs, and platitudes are based on proof-texting, which means that the original historical and literary context of the Bible is ignored.

Putting our hope in the living God is foundational for the life of faith. Read more from Brian Russell as he walks us through Psalm 42.

The Psalms can be very turbulent, filled with anguish, and raw with emotion, but also full of deep theology. That's plenty reason to sing the Psalms.

This beautiful hardback book is a collection of thoughts on each of the psalms by Timothy and Julie Tennent. While no single meditation could even begin to exhaust the meaning and insight of any given psalm, these particular meditations are the result of many prayerful conversations about each of these psalms that have arisen from a daily practice of psalm singing over the years. These meditations are not intended to be a formal commentary on the Psalms, however it may surely serve as a guide for anyone who wants to engage the Psalms in a deeper way.

In A Metrical Psalter: The Book of Psalms Set to Meter for Singing, Julie and Timothy Tennent have faithfully set the biblical text into poetical form in a beautiful hardback book—not writing new poetry about the Psalms, but following the exact text of the psalm as closely as possible.

In Romans 8, Paul finally talks at length about the Christian life, and it is not an accident that there are some twenty references to the Holy Spirit.

What is discipleship, and what does it look like, according to the Bible? Read these seven points on discipleship from Andrew Dragos.

So what does Yahweh say to these discouraged, disillusioned, defeated, sinful people? Read more from John Oswalt as he introduces an important section in the book of Isaiah.

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