Psalm 38 – Memorial in Suffering

Psalm 38 is a difficult memorial: to reflect on our sin during times of suffering. While Scripture affirms that suffering happens to the just and unjust, we are still called to recognize the need for repentance even in suffering. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms … View More

Psalm 30 – Testimony 101

Psalm 30 is a Psalm that invites us to tell the testimony of God’s goodness and faithfulness over and over again. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. He just released a new full-length album, “Sing Psalms, Let Joy Resound.” You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make … View More

Psalm 26 – Tested and True

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 26. Contrasting the themes of Psalm 25 and 26, we seek to have our hearts tested and tried by God so that we may glorify Him. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (He just released Psalm … View More

Psalm 20 – The King and his people

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 20, a psalm that is the picture of Godly leaders and those under their care. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (Check out his new work on Psalm 150!) at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make sure … View More

Psalm 19 – A One-Two Punch

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 19, the double whammy of the heavens and the Law proclaiming the glory of God. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (Check out his new release of Psalm 37!) at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make sure … View More

Psalm 17 – Arise O God

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 17, where we consider the plea and prayer of David before God the judge and savior, and consider how we love our enemies. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (Check out his new release of Psalm … View More

Psalm 16 – The Pleasant Portion

In this episode, we study Psalm 16, looking at the man who orients his life around the Lord, and then in praise of the Lord for His faithfulness. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (Check out his new release of Psalm 37!) at the link: … View More

Psalm 12 – I Do Not Love My Lips

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 12, with quotes from C.S. Lewis on the deceptive tongue that shows up throughout the psalms. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (Check out his newest release!) at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make sure to check … View More

Psalm 10 – Break the Arm of the Wicked

“If there is to be rescue, there has to be putting down. Literally the plea is for Yahweh to break the arm of the faithless in order to stop his strong-arm tactics.” John Goldingay In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 10, looking at the prayer of God to frustrate the plans of the wicked. Our music is … View More

Psalm 9 – The Avenger

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 9 from a translation of the Septuagint. While there are many themes to look at, I bear down on the “avenger of blood” and it’s role in  justice that points to God’s justice. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and … View More

Psalm 6 – All My Tears

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 6, the first of the penitential Psalms. I pray that whatever tears shed in your life now will last only for the night, and that joy will come anew in the morning. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording … View More

Psalm 5 – Lead the Righteous

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 5, which Spurgeon described as “not so much a prayer as a resolution.” Remember that God directs the paths of the righteous and that you are not alone in pursuing that path. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording … View More

Psalm 4 – Listen Here

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 4 which charges us to place ourselves in proper dependence on God. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make sure to check out https://themajestysmen.com/ and support the HNR.GD network for other … View More

Ep. 37 – Keeping Christ in Mind

In order to follow Jesus’ example, and live sacrificially, we must keep Christ at the forefront of our mind. If we don’t keep Christ in mind, it’s easy to forget about the mission and focus on selfish goals. On this episode we looked at a great, thought-provoking tweet by Dustin Benge (@DustinBenge).

Ep. 36 – Revival Starts With Us

As tempting as it is to complain about how much our country needs a revival, we must ask ourselves whether or not we need revived by God. Revival starts with the Church. On this episode, we are highlighting a fantastic article by Obbie Todd, titled, “Waiting for a Revival.” Let’s go!

Ep. 27 – God’s Sovereignty Is Our Security

Is anything burdening you? What tends to stress you out or cause you to worry? When it comes to spiritual matters involving our relationship with God, it’s common to lose our sense of security in Christ at times. But God is our true confidence and security! On this episode, we are highlighting a blog post by Pastor Gabe Hughes, titled, “Predestined By God.”

Ep. 24 – The Core of the Saving Gospel

Our discussion today centered around a tweet sent by Mark Dever. The Pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church wrote, “I recently heard someone say ‘The core of the Gospel is God’s commitment to protect the vulnerable.’ What do you think?” What is at the core of the gospel message? What exactly is meant by the term vulnerable? Watch the episode and let’s seek the truth together.

Ep. 23 – Helpful Thoughts on Prayer

On this episode, we walked through three sections of a great post found on Focus on the Family, titled, “Seeking God in Prayer.”  If you’re new to praying, this episode will give you a great starting point. If you know someone who is new to praying, this can be a beneficial resource to share with them. If you’re already a prayer warrior, you’ll find great reminders here.

Ep. 22 – What Happened to Convincing One Another?

In order to move forward together, we need to create a healthier environment for dialogue. We shouldn’t retreat to those who agree with us and shame those who disagree. We should seek to convince and persuade everyone. Blake Long composed a new article on his blog — Theology & Life — titled, “The New Intolerance,” where he explains how the Left is redefining intolerance and how Christians ought to respond.