A PILGRIMAGE THROUGH PSALM 131
Lord, my heart is not proud; my eyes are not haughty.
I do not get involved with things too or too wondrous for me.
Instead, I have calmed and quieted my soul
like a weaned child with its mother; my soul is like a weaned child.
Israel, put your hope in the Lord, both now and forever.
Psalm 131, CSB
I was on the fast track to burn out; overworked, exhausted, uncertain if you could make it through the week. The chaos of life was overtaking my soul. but in the midst of that, God revealed to me Psalm 131. It is a short, three verse Psalm, but it restored my soul. Charles Spurgeon writes that Psalm 131 “is one of the shortest Psalms to read, but one of the longest to learn.” Even though it is only three verses long, it contains a world of wisdom designed to be sung on the road of life. It is a journey of self-discovery, where discover how to calm our hearts, quiet our souls, hope in the Lord, and trust now and always.
Join me as we pilgrimage through Psalm 131. It is a six week journey that invites you to learn, grow, experience, and worship God in unique ways. Each week will include a short video, small group discussion, a worship soundtrack, a 5 day devotional, a spiritual prayer practice, and artistic expression.
- Week 1: The Pilgrimage Begins
- Week 2: Pride & Arrogance
- Week 3: Calm & Quiet
- Week 4: Maturing Faith
- Week 5: Poetic Expression
- Week 6: Hope in the Lord
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