Psalms speak to the soul, giving us a place to feel our feelings, both painful and pleasurable. Time and again, I’ve turned to the Psalms to find a way to praise, pray, and worship from the place my heart really is.
And there are some great spiritual and psychological truths in the epistles. I’ve learned a lot about how to do relationships well from listening to the apostles.
Finally, tucked here and there, are practical lessons I’ve learned as a lay counselor–like the Johari Window!
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We usually think that we are at Point A and we intend to, or at least want to, get to Point B. Point B is our destination. Sometimes we get there, but more often, it feels like an obstacle course, and the map keeps changing. We end up way of course. Or, there’s a barrier that we just can’t seem to get through.
But what if there were a B Prime, a destination we never thought of, but that’s what God had in mind the whole time?Keep reading
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My passion for the Bible began when I was eight or nine years old, somewhere in there, when on occasion my dad would take me to synagogue, where he sang. I remember watching the men in synagogue pray the words of scripture, murmuring and weeping, lovingly touching and kissing the Torah, and I wished I could read what they were reading.
Imagine, then, my wonder when I was given a Bible of my own! Read more