For Sunday May 24th, our appointed Psalm is Psalm 68. This psalm wonderful speaks of the way in which God sides with the poor, the broken, the orphans and widows of the world. Who among us has not felt a little broken during these trying times? May you find strength and encouragement listening to these words. We are also grateful for Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp for the location of this Psalm reading. What a beautiful "holy place" to hear God's word.
For next Sunday our appointed Psalm is Psalm 31. The language about God being our stronghold really stuck out to me and we certainly live in a place where imaging what a natural stronghold might look like is not too hard. May the words of the psalmist speak to you this day as you see God's Word in our world. And many thanks to Julie and Philip Brous who invited me to come and use their driveway for this shot today.
Psalms in the World
These are all simple readings of the assigned Psalms for each Sunday. They are read from a unique spot in our area and meant to inspire, comfort and perhaps challenge the faithful.
May you be so moved today!
The people of God seeking guidance and comfort during these challenging days.