Welcome back to our study of Psalm 37. Two weeks left!
I’m so glad you dropped by; pull up a chair, a pillow or cushion, grab a cup of something hot and join us as we sit around the virtual ‘living room’ talking about God’s Word together.
Each of our weekly ‘walks’ (which is why I chose the pathway photo above) will be reviewing 4 or 5 verses at a time (maybe more, maybe less), asking questions, defining words, and shining light on some of the gems I’ve discovered.
Today I was hollering across the classroom. Not at a student. At the teacher–our head teacher. In front of the students (and 3 other assistants). I was reacting to a comment about a meeting I had not been invited to. My feelings were hurt, so I blurted out a ‘why wasn’t I included?’ comment.
Across the room. Loudly. Can you believe it? And I should know better.
Not wise. At all.
I was driving home and felt so very convicted by the Holy Spirit’s reminder to ‘whatever is true, whatever is just, whatever is pure’ to ‘think on these things’ from Philippians Chapter 4.
Oh God, forgive me. Give me your grace so when I open my mouth I would ‘utter wisdom’ and ‘speak justice.’
And, saving the best verse for last….
|Multnomah Falls Trailhead, Oregon|