In this Psalm we have wonderfully evocative langauge talking about who we "sit" with in this life. I couldn't help but hear those words as describing the place where many faithful people have sat over the years, our sanctuary. It has certainly been a place where we have gone "in procession around your altar." And yet, we cannot do so this day. And so in the closing words I heard the beauty of our world as the place in which the glory of God abides. How do we hold those in tension? How to we long for a return to our sacred places while searching for new ones?
Psalms in the world ... Psalm 26
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.