Wedding Tears

Over 2 years ago, the tsunami of my father’s death crashed upon me, after which through God’s strength, I kicked my way to the surface, gasping for air. The water roared and foamed (Psalm 46:3) almost relentlessly that following year, sometimes wearying my soul and sapping my strength until all I could do was the... Continue Reading →

David Powlison on Psalmic Faith versus Venting Anger at God

No Psalm encourages the venting of hostile anger like the self-help books encourage. [Don’t censor your feelings and language; say it like you feel it so you won’t be a hypocrite]. In the supposed vent your anger psalms—for example, Psalm 44—what comes through is how faith in who God is and what he promises cries... Continue Reading →

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