The confinement in our homes is forcing millions to stop abruptly, cancel all our plans, and take time to look in the mirror.
Psalm 91 has breathed encouragement and peace into millions of believers in the midst of trial. Its message is very relevant to our current epidemic situation.
That is the beauty of the Psalms. Even though our circumstances are so different, often we will find the Psalm writer putting his words right on top of our feelings.
The YouVersion Bible app annual report shows that “people read and listened to the Bible 30% more this year, and 478 million verses have been shared”.
We can fall into the 'busyness' of doing many things, possibly even for God and for fellow- Christians... but without having sought God's face.
“Like a tree planted beside flowing streams...”
Perhaps we are being offered a wake-up call and a hope. And perhaps we can bring a humble, rich theology of creation (one that spurs us into action) squarely into the debate.
Pray and thank God that you own a Bible; millions of people throughout the world aren't so fortunate.
Even in an apparently God-forsaken place there is beauty and humanity worthy of a symphony.
The U2 singer talks about the Psalms in the Bible, music and life in a Fuller seminary video series. Artists “please God being brutally honest”, he says.
Morning always comes. We live in darkness, but we live with hope. And our hope is God Himself.
A 21-minute short film features U2 frontman Bono and theologian Eugene Peterson talking about how the Psalms have impacted their lives.
U2 frontman talks about how the Psalms impacted his life and his music with theologian and author of ‘The Message’ Eugene Peterson. Interview with Fuller Seminary professor David Taylor.
A gallery with a Christmas verse from the gospel of John and 5 Bible verses from the Psalms we have been sharing on our social networks in the last weeks. / EF - Gabriela Pérez.