A Minister’s Prayer

Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892), known as “the prince of preachers”, was one of the most prolific writers of his generation. His writings are rich with theology, Biblical knowledge that seems to transcend the times and generations. The words that he chose to use in his writings glorified the One whom he considered to be hisContinue reading “A Minister’s Prayer”

God Answers His Own Plea

Psalm 75:1-10 is written by Asaph. It is a song that is given to the “choirmaster,” one who is a superintendent of music for worship in the synagogue. The song itself is set to the tune of “Do Not Destroy,” a common theme throughout Scriptures from God’s people. This phrase, “Do Not Destroy,” is identifiedContinue reading “God Answers His Own Plea”

The Proper Perspective

Asaph, one of the musicians in King David’s court, writes a beautiful psalm–Psalm 73. It is a wonderful psalm. It is a psalm that brings its reader into his realm. His thoughts are deep and they are telling. They tell us how we, too, can fall into the same trap that Asaph almost fell into.Continue reading “The Proper Perspective”