Developing a Relationship with God: A Throwback to Psalms

Jan 31, 2021 | Rev. Carrie Binnie

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse and Lament (9 AM)

"Isn't it odd. We can only see our outsides, but nearly everything happens on the inside." This quote and many others from Charlie Mackesy's book, The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse resonates with many of us because it's so true. This is the case with the Book of Psalms as well. As we continue to consider how to develop a relationship with God, it's important that we engage in true and honest sharing with our Creator. When we are sad or angry, we can turn to God with lament and trust that God always sides with justice.

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You’ve probably heard someone say they have “a personal relationship with Jesus,” but what does that mean? How do you develop a relationship with the Creator of the Universe? The Book of Psalms gives us an up-close and personal look into the relationships our spiritual ancestors had with God. From them, we can see what authentic interactions with God look like. As we begin the new year, let’s prioritize our faith and deepen our connection with God.

 

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