On today's episode of a listening life, Keri from the KLRC Morning show joins Tracy to talk about some simple a practical ways we can practice talking with God, especially in the seasons when we feel like we have no words.
In this season's final episode, we will focus on a few short verses found in Psalm 66. As always, I will read the passage three times, with space in between for you to silently reflect on what you have heard.
Today, I am reading from Psalm 63. I invite you to find a quiet place, and, for these few minutes, turn your complete attention to God's soul-enriching Word.
Today's reading is from Psalm 52, words that were written many, many centuries ago. Listen to them. Prayerfully ponder. Hear how they are just as relevant today as they would have been then.
Today's reading is from Psalm 61. It is quite short, so I will be reading it even more slowly than usual so that you might receive the words fully and richly, and so that this prayer might become your own.
Today's Psalm is number 56, and I think it will be especially helpful if you are going through a season of fear, confusion, or pain. I invite you to make these words your prayer, over and over, and allow the...
Our reading today comes from Psalm 51, known as King David's prayer of confession and contrition after his sin of adultery and murder. It has served as a prayer of confession for generations since.
Today's passage is from Psalm 49. Take a moment of silence to prepare yourself to hear the Word of the Lord, and be at peace, knowing that He is present as you listen.
Today's passage is Psalm 46. I invite you to find a quiet place where you can hear this ancient prayer without distraction and soak up its words of truth.
Today's passage is Psalm 42. Wherever you are, whatever you're doing, I hope you can stop... maybe close your eyes, and listen for the voice of God as He speaks through His word.