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Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 55 verse 22

Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 55 verse 22

Posted on October 7th 2021

Psalm 55 in some Bible versions is entitled “Complaint about a Friend’s Treachery.” Again, like Psalm 54, it speaks of emotions we generally do not want to discuss openly, let alone with God.

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Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 56 verse 13

Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 56 verse 13

Posted on October 7th 2021

Psalm 56 in some Bible versions is entitled “Trust in God under Persecution.” It is attributed to King David and considered representative of him or anyone else hiding from an enemy.

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Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 54 verse 4

Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 54 verse 4

Posted on September 30th 2021

The wonderful aspect of the Psalms is that they show a full range of emotions. This Psalm is one of those in which the writer, David, wants bad things to happen to his enemies, and their ultimate destruction.

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Faith Under the Microscope: A chat with Professor Simon Piasecki & Reverend Robert Icke

Faith Under the Microscope: A chat with Professor Simon Piasecki & Reverend Robert Icke

Posted on September 28th 2021

Please join me for the first podcast edition of my blog series, Faith Under the Microscope. I am delighted to have been joined by Professor Simon Piasecki & Reverend Robert Icke, where we discuss their recent pilgrimage amongst many other topics such as what they do, faith and much more.

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Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 53 verse 2a

Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 53 verse 2a

Posted on September 17th 2021

The first half of Psalm 53 verse 2a reminds us that God is always with us even when times are bleak. The Psalmist is looking around and thinking that the world is full of corruption and where can God be in all this? It is a reflective Psalm although quite a bitter one in tone.

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Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 52 verse 8

Jenny's Psalm Reflections: 52 verse 8

Posted on September 16th 2021

Psalm 52 is attributed to David. In it, he criticises those who use their talents for evil deeds. These are the ones who perhaps laugh at what are now thought of as old-fashioned virtues, such as faithfulness, prudence, quiet content, modesty and gentleness.

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