King David had a beautifully raw perspective on life. If anyone understands what ultimate satisfaction looks like, I think David had a pretty good grasp. In Psalm 16, he speaks about his reliance on the Creator. You are my Lord; I have no good apart from you. [Psalm 16:2] He is hyper-aware of God’s goodness. Even though he is a King, he… Continue reading Psalm 16
There is an oasis close by. I can see it on my map. And my compass is pointing me in that direction. I've been searching for it in the desert for a while, just going where my compass and map take me, trusting that they won't lead me astray. But I'm kind of bored. I'm… Continue reading Psalm 63:1
I'm posting from a Starbucks while I drink a cup of black coffee from my really cool reusable Starbucks cup. I'd like to say that I'm being super hip, but I really just can't get my Internet to work at my apartment and I can't afford anything more than $1.97 worth of black coffee (the… Continue reading frustration.
"But I am like a green olive tree in the house of God, I trust in the steadfast love of God forever and ever." [Psalm 52:8]I like to think of King David as the poetic hipster kind of guy. Can you imagine this guy at a coffee house open mic night, maybe beating a little… Continue reading The Truth About Olives: Because I Know You’re Curious