Category: Song

Our Daily Bread

This is Me

The lyrics of “This is Me” remind us to choose our words carefully. My reflections on the song inspired today’s devotional. If you have not heard

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Christian Life

Reckless Love

“Reckless Love” is a popular, if sometimes controversial, worship song. In this Crosswalk.com article I talk about the idea of reckless love.  If you need

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Sermon Insights

My Name Is….

It was a blessing to have Marvin Williams back with us on Sunday, delivering a powerful message about Jesus enduring the shame of the cross

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Questions

Exercise in Gratitude

On Sunday, we discovered the way to avoid selling our inheritance for a bowl of soup is to “be thankful” (Hebrews 12:28). I gave you

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Lent 2014

Lent 2014

As we begin Lent, Calvary’s devotional book encourages us to start by reading our benediction for the Refuge series, I Peter 5:10-11, every day this week.

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Song

Psalm 139

“Psalm 139” performed by Sarah Reeves off her album Broken Things. The song is a reading of Psalm 139 with the chorus, “Even when I’m

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Song

Psalm 136

The following song, Loof de Heer or “Praise the Lord,” is from The Psalm Project — a group from the Netherlands dedicated to modernizing the

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Song

Psalm 130

The following song, “From the Depths of Woe” by Indelible Grace, uses the words of Martin Luther’s “Aus Tiefer Not Schrei ich zu Dir” (From

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Song

Psalm 126

Earlier this summer, we heard Buddy Greene perform his unique Southern-style gospel music at Maranatha.  While I enjoyed the variety of music he played, I

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Song

Psalm 119

With 176 verses, Psalm 119 is both the longest Psalm and the longest chapter in the Bible.  The Psalm is also an alphabetic acrostic poem.

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Song

Psalm 117

Psalm 117 is the shortest psalm in the bible — just two verses.  But the Psalmist reminds us in just two verses to praise God

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Song

Psalm 108

Michael W. Smith’s song, “Forever Faithful” begins with beautiful sound of children’s voices reciting the first five verses of Psalm 108.

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